Last Updated on January 14, 2023 by Ellen Christian
These recipes using leftover beef are the perfect choice for busy weekdays. I’d love to have time to spend hours each night preparing a healthy meal for my family. But, I don’t. Between work, family responsibilities and taking care of the house, I want relatively simple healthy dinners that my family will love.
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Recipes Using Leftover Beef
Using up leftovers is one of the easiest ways to cut preparation time when making dinner. After all, the meat is already cooked. All you need to do is wave your magic wand and you’ll have a new dinner.
OK, well it’s not that easy. But, with a little bit of thought and a few family favorite recipes, making a new meal out of your leftovers is easier than starting from scratch.
Leftover roast beef stew is one of our favorites and so easy to make. I’ll need to share that recipe soon.
Of course, my best tip would be to use Certified Angus Beef® because it’s the best tasting, highest quality beef you can find (in my opinion). Just look at that marbling.
These steaks came out so good but we ended up cooking too much and had leftovers to use up. Here are a few of my favorite recipes and some that are on my list to try soon.
- Shredded Beef Frittata
- Exotic Beef Korma
- Korean BBQ Stir Fry
- Block Party Brisket Beans
- Leaky Cauldron Soup
- Easy Southwest Salad
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- Steak and Potato Pizza
- Cajun Steak Fettucini
- Japanese Style Sirloin Rice Bowl
- Butternut Steak Rice Bowl
- Creole Beef Over Rice
- Marinara Beef and Ravioli Stew
- Teriyaki Beef Lo Mein
- Korean Beef Tostadas
- Mongolian Beef
- Steak and Black Bean Chili
- Cheesesteak Sandwich
- Easy Beef Soup
- Beef N Bows Alfredo
- Beef & Garden Vegetables Stir Fry
I often plan on having meals in the slow cooker on busy nights because I can start them first thing in the morning and they are waiting for me at dinner time. The programmable slow cookers are perfect for busy moms.
My Instant Pot is also a huge time saver. I can make a meal that would normally take 8 hours in the slow cooker in about 30 minutes.
It’s just so simple to use that I can’t imagine dinner time without it. We often make this Slow Cooker Texas Pulled Pork in it.
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Ellen is a busy mom of a 24-year-old son and 29-year-old daughter. She owns six blogs and is addicted to social media. She believes that it doesn’t have to be difficult to lead a healthy life. She shares simple healthy living tips to show busy women how to lead fulfilling lives. If you’d like to work together, email email@example.com to chat.