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A tower of small mason jars filled with ghee.

Homemade Ghee

Making your own ghee is easy and affordable and keeps in the pantry for 12 months. Just make sure you leave enough time to let it cook without leaving the ghee unattended.
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Reverse Seared Burgers

Reverse Seared Burgers

You may have heard about reverse-searing a steak. It’s the process of cooking the center slowly and gently in a low oven and then searing it in a hot skillet afterward.
Well, it turns out this technique works wonders on burgers as well. By slowly raising the interior temperature of the patty, you’ll be able to have much more control over doneness. And, as an added bonus, the oven dries out the burger’s surface allowing you to sear on a thick, brown crust before the center has time to overcook.
Here’s how to do it for a couple patties, but this technique works super-well when cooking for large groups as well. Just toss an entire sheet of burgers in the oven ahead of time and then sear in batches when folks get hungry.
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Sweet Potato and Beef Hash with Poached Eggs

Sweet Potato and Beef Hash with Poached Eggs

Learn how to make hash and poached eggs with this nutrient packed dish!
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Cucumber Chickpea Steak Salad

Cucumber Chickpea Steak Salad

Remember quarantine? Quarantine meant using what you had on hand. If you can open a can and cut a cucumber, you can make this salad! This refreshing and easy-to-make steak & cucumber salad combines the crunchiness of cucumbers with the briny flavor of olives. You can make this salad as a main dish or a side salad for a protein and fiber-packed meal!
Remember the Ponzu sauce! Ponzu sauce can be used in various dishes, from marinades to salad dressings to dipping sauces. It's a versatile ingredient that can add flavor to multiple cuisines, not just Japanese dishes.
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Sirloin Steak Sandwich With Vidalia Onion Gratin

Sirloin Steak Sandwich With Vidalia Onion Gratin

This is best made with in-season Vidalia onions, one of our favorite early summer produce arrivals, usually showing up in late April. You can make this recipe with other onions but it won’t have the delicate and sweet taste that Vidalias deliver. 
Read more Mediterranean Meatball Pita

Mediterranean Meatball Pita

Make a batch of meatball and set out the pita and fixings for a great serve-yourself lunch or casual dinner.
Read more Ginger Sesame Meatballs

Ginger Sesame Meatballs

Sure, there are homemade sauces, but they certainly don't taste like this. Especially with our lean ground beef.
Read more World Cup Italian Meatballs with Marinara Sauce

World Cup Italian Meatballs with Marinara Sauce

You don’t have to choose sides with these meatball "soccer ball" preparations celebrating the Women’s World Cup match between the US and Vietnam. You can make both in advance or throw a viewing party and enlist the help of your guests. We learned a trick from Rao’s for the most tender meatballs, add water to your mix. Who knew? So cheer on your favorite team and count on both of these party snacks to be winners.
Read more Vietnamese World Cup Meatballs with Chili Sauce

Vietnamese World Cup Meatballs with Chili Sauce

You don’t have to choose sides with these meatball "soccer ball" preparations celebrating the Women’s World Cup match between the US and Vietnam. You can make both in advance or throw a viewing party and enlist the help of your guests. We learned a trick from Rao’s for the most tender meatballs, add water to your mix. Who knew? So cheer on your favorite team and count on both of these party snacks to be winners.
Read more Grilled Ribeye and Peach Salad with Blue Cheese

Grilled Ribeye and Peach Salad with Blue Cheese

This entree salad pairs some of the best of summer’s bounty, in season peaches and heirloom tomatoes. Grilling the peaches brings out their juicy sweetness that matches up perfectly with a Pre ribeye. Be sure to buy your peaches about 3 to 4 days before using as most farmer’s market and store bought peaches need a few days to ripen. You’ll have extra dressing, it will keep in the refrigerator in a jar with a tight fitting lid for about 2 to 3 weeks.
Read more Easy Mid-Week Taco Bombs

Easy Mid-Week Taco Bombs

Are you looking for a super simple mid-week dinner recipe that is both kid AND mom approved (bonus points: it's also easy to prep and budget friendly too)!? Then these Easy Mid-Week Taco Bombs are for YOU!
Read more Grilled Ribeye With Vegetable Kabobs

Grilled Ribeye With Vegetable Kabobs

Get ready for a mouthwatering adventure with our grilled ribeye steak kabobs. Packed with succulent Pre Ribeye steaks and an array of colorful veggies, these skewers are a culinary delight that will leave you craving more. A trick to perfectly cooked steak and vegetable skewers is to keep the vegetables separate. By keeping the skewers all veggie, you eliminate the guesswork of cooking alongside the meat, ensuring that everything cooks to perfection. Plus, a brush of fragrant rosemary adds just the right amount of herby goodness. And the grand finale? A drizzle of grilled lemon to elevate the flavors to new heights. Fire up the grill and let the flavors come alive!
Read more Sheet Pan Ribeye with Roasted Potatoes, Garlic and Lemon

Sheet Pan Ribeye with Roasted Potatoes, Garlic and Lemon

Get ready to elevate your potato game with our irresistible Roasted Potatoes With Garlic and Lemon. Made with tender Yukon gold potatoes, these golden gems are infused with the delightful flavors of zesty lemon and aromatic garlic. With a hint of freshness from chopped parsley, they're the perfect side dish to accompany any Pre steak.
Read more Sushi rice squares with steak on top and avocado and spicy sauce with scallions and sesame seeds

Spicy Steak Crispy Rice

Who doesn’t love a crunchy spicy tuna sushi roll… elevate it with steak! Have fun with this recipe, and add any toppings that your heart desires! We took the viral crunchy spicy tuna sushi roll recipe and tweaked it to work with our beloved New York Strip steak, and dare we say; it’s more delicious than the tuna version. 
Read more Filet Mignon with Green Olive Caper Butter, Asparagus, and Poached Egg

Filet Mignon with Green Olive Caper Butter, Asparagus, and Poached Egg

Make this fresh and elegant recipe for Mother's Day brunch or dinner. The anchovy paste adds a salty and flavorful kick without any fishiness. Asparagus is a spring vegetable and is typically available around Mother's Day, making it easy to find. Pre's Filet Mignon pairs perfectly with a poached egg and fresh asparagus, a meal mom will never forget!
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Pimento Cheese Ground Beef Tacos

Get ready for the Kentucky Derby and Cinco De Mayo with these delicious Pimento Cheese Tacos. Whether you’re having a party or want to experiment with flavors, this taco recipe is for you! Trust us, this pimento cheese spread is addicting and can be used as a dip if you don’t want to make tacos. The trick to making this pimento cheese dip is to shred a block of cheddar cheese to make the dip extra smooth. 
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Coconut Curry Beef Nachos

Nachos but make them healthy! These Coconut Curry Beef Nachos are jam packed with protein and delicious flavor. You can make these for a quick and healthy snack as everyone (even kids) would love the delicious flavors. We used the Coconut Curry Chickpeas from Beanvivo, they add the perfect curry flavor to these Coconut Curry Beef Nachos. 
Read more Not So Sloppy Joe Sandwich

Not So Sloppy Joe Sandwich

Our version of this classic favorite uses less sugar and swaps mild chili sauce for traditional ketchup. Using baking soda makes for a far less sloppy Sloppy Joe! 
Yes, you read that right. You can use baking soda to tenderize steak! Covering your steak with baking soda raises the pH on the meat's surface. This makes it difficult for the proteins to bond excessively, which keeps the steak tender and moist when it's cooked.
Read more Beef Stroganoff

Beef Stroganoff

Our super easy Beef Stroganoff uses delicious filet mignon and comes together more quickly than most versions. We pan sear the steaks instead of slow cooking them in the sauce. All of the traditional flavors of a classic Stroganoff pair beautifully with our perfectly seared and sliced filet.

Sauce can be made ahead, with the egg noodles and steak prepared right before serving. See recipe notes below.
Read more Thai Lemongrass Beef with Rice Noodles

Thai Lemongrass Beef with Rice Noodles

We use a pre-made Thai stir in paste from Gourmet Gardens to save prep time on this aromatic and slighty spicy noodle soup. You can find stir in spices in the fresh herb section of most produce departments. They are great time saving option and also reduce waste, no more half used wilted herbs in the fridge!

Recipe Note: Pre chuck roast is a 1 1/2 pound portion. This recipe calls for half of a roast. Save the other half for soup or stew or try our Gumbo recipe.
Read more Argentinian Steak Marinade

Argentinian Steak Marinade

This citrusy marinade will liven up any steak!
Read more Stuffed Halloween Peppers

Stuffed Halloween Peppers

Stuffed peppers are a dish we love- and are loaded with good stuff! No matter how you celebrate Halloween, be sure to get something nutritious in your little ones (and yourself!) before the sugar hits. 
Read more Saucy Lips Nachos

Saucy Lips Nachos

Who doesn’t love loaded nachos? There are so many different toppings you can add to this nacho recipe like pickled jalepeño peppers, pickled red onions, sour cream, olives… the list goes on! We loved using Saucy Lip’s Tacos Whole30 approved Al Pastor Sauce with our 92% ground beef to to layer the nachos with. 
Read more Beef Kofta Skewers With Thai Noodle Salad and Peanut Dipping Sauce

Beef Kofta Skewers With Thai Noodle Salad and Peanut Dipping Sauce

We took this Kofta recipe in an Asian direction. This dish is great to make ahead, just grill, plate, and serve for a show-stopping center-of-the-table delight. The noodle salad should be prepared at least 4 hours — but preferably, 1 day before serving. The peanut sauce will work with any nut butter, and feel free to use coconut aminos instead of the peanut butter and soy sauce.
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Thai Beef Larb Mason Jar Salad

No sacrificing bold flavors for good health with this vibrant salad. We always have a tube of Thai herb paste in our fridge. It’s a blend of lemongrass, cilantro, chili, ginger, garlic, and lime and saves on prep time. 
Read more Mardi Gras Cajun Grillades and Grits

Mardi Gras Cajun Grillades and Grits

Get Mardi Gras ready with a true taste of the South, grillades and grits. The dish comes together in 1 pan, feeds a crowd, and can be made a day in advance. Just reheat over low heat on the stove top for 20 minutes, until heated through. Grits are best prepared and served immediately. 
Read more Ikea Hack Swedish Meatballs

Ikea Hack Swedish Meatballs

A Nordic twist on meatballs inspired by the crave-able dish served up at Ikea. Make the quick pickles to serve on the side with egg noodles and lingonberry jam.
Read more A mason jar with fresh dill and cucumbers in brine and spices with a cascade of cucumbers on the cutting board and herbs in the background.

Quick Pickled Cucumbers

Serve these aside Swedish Meatballs, or really any other recipe! They are perfect as an addition to any meal, for that fresh, crispy crunch! You can make the cucumbers ahead, after the liquid has cooled, cap and store in the refrigerator for up to 1 week. They are best eaten within a day or 2.
Read more An overhead shot of a skillet filled with steak bites and butter and garlic and herbs.

Air Fryer Garlic Butter Steak Bites

Beyond easy, put this on your go-to quick snack or appetizer list. The recipe can can be multiplied to serve any size crowd, just keep in mind how many  “bite” strips will fit in your air fryer. Jazz up your garlic butter dipping sauce with cayenne, fresh ginger, or fresh herbs.
Read more Whole 30 Breakfast Egg Muffin Cups

Whole 30 Breakfast Egg Muffin Cups

These easy-to-make protein-packed egg bites will fuel your day. Make them by the dozen and store them in the refrigerator or freezer for a healthy grab and go breakfast or snack. 
Read more Chimichurri Steak Sauce

Chimichurri Steak Sauce

The key to this recipe is the salt water. Make sure that all the salt dissolves and the mixture cools to room temperature before adding the other ingredients. It is best made by hand, VERY finely chopping the garlic and herbs. You can also use a mini food processor but the final sauce won’t have quite the body of the version made by hand. If you’re not super experienced with knife skills opt for the food processor. Also, do not attempt to make this chimichurri with dried herbs.
Read more Chili Mac and Cheese

Chili Mac and Cheese

Chili Mac? How about Chili Mac AND CHEESE? This crowd-pleaser checks all of your Super Bowl Game Day Party boxes. Feel free to make this recipe ahead of time. This Chili Mac is made in one pan, and you can double or even triple the recipe; leftovers (right?) freeze beautifully, and it makes the most of your party budget dollars. It’s super easy to make (yeah, we took a few shortcuts on the chili component) and can easily be reheated if your party heads into overtime.

You can find excellent quality queso dip in most grocery stores or make it yourself following this recipe.

Also, for this recipe, you don’t have to bother draining and rinsing the beans; the can's liquid adds a nice body to the sauce.
Read more Valentine’s Day Air Fryer Filet Mignon with Mozzarella & Balsamic Reduction

Valentine’s Day Air Fryer Filet Mignon with Mozzarella & Balsamic Reduction

Impress your Valentine with this super easy and elegant dish. If you don’t have an air fryer use one of our other cooking methods.
Read more Steak, Egg and Cheese Bagel

Steak, Egg and Cheese Bagel

Have you had the Steak, Egg and Cheese Bagel from McDonald's? This is Pre’s healthier version of the iconic Steak, Egg and Cheese Bagel. We cut our Top Sirloin thinly so you can easily layer it onto your breakfast bagel. If you like an extra kick, add some hot sauce to your bagel. Trust us, you’ll forget about the McDonald's Steak, Egg and Cheese Bagel once you make ours!
Read more A white platter filled with slices of juicy steak and bordelaise sauce poured on top of the slices.

Bordelaise Steak Sauce

Bordelaise is a classic French sauce for beef. You can use the bottom of a sauté pan to crush the peppercorns. Using unflavored gelatin in pretty much any sauce adds body and gloss, just make sure to dissolve it in room temperature liquid first. If your sauce becomes firm, like Jell-o, as it cools, simply rewarm it to liquify.
Read more An overhead shot of a skillet of mashed potatoes and gravy and green beans with melted butter.

Homemade Whole 30 Salisbury Steak

This Salisbury Steak recipe is Whole30, Keto, Gluten-Free and Paleo compliant. This is the perfect comfort food for January resets because you are getting that warmth during wintertime and not sacrificing any flavor for healthy choices! In only 30 minutes, you'll have homemade Salisbury Steak in one pan! Serve over mashed cauliflower or potatoes to sop up every drop of the savory mushroom gravy.
Read more Umeboshi Plum Marinated Steak

Umeboshi Plum Marinated Steak

Umeboshi is a sweet and savory plum from Japan. It gives this marinated Pre Top Sirloin pizazz!
Read more Homemade A.1. Steak Sauce

Homemade A.1. Steak Sauce

Make your own "A.1." steak sauce with just a few simple ingredients. Combine ketchup, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and salt together and mix! It's that easy. Add this classic steak sauce to your favorite steak cut to make it even more delectable.
Read more Horseradish Garlic Crusted Tenderloin

Horseradish Garlic Crusted Tenderloin

Get an amazing spice from the horseradish that compliments the beef perfectly. Remember not to buy the sauce, use the real stuff for this one. You won't regret it.
Read more Steak au Poivre (Steak with Pepper Sauce)

Steak au Poivre (Steak with Pepper Sauce)

Pre’s 2 pack petite sirloin makes this dish the perfect pairing for a special occasion or date night dinner. Have all of your prep ready to go, the recipe isn’t really hard, but it does come together quickly so timing counts. Don’t be tempted to use pre ground pepper (trust us, we tried cheating and it was a fail). Use freshly cracked whole black peppercorns and you’ll transform your dinner table in to a charming Paris Bistro.
Read more Tex-Mex Taco Soup

Tex-Mex Taco Soup

This recipe is a guideline for a taco soup that can be made with items you have in your pantry, refrigerator, or freezer. Don't have an ingredient? Use what you have. It will still be delicious.
Read more A sliced ribeye steak with blue cheese and chive sauce and herbs on a cutting board.

Blue Cheese and Chive Steak Sauce

Most people aren’t ambivalent about Blue Cheese-you either like it or you don’t. If you do you’ll love this creamy sauce on your favorite Pre steak. 
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Whole30 Lemongrass Steak Bánh mì Bowl

The lemongrass in this bowl provides a freshness and and the pickled veggies a nice tang. Perfect compliment to the lean top sirloin steak.
Read more A ribeye steak on a white plate with an orange tinted sauce on top of it and scallions and parsley herbs sprinkled on the sauce. There are greens as a side dish.

Classic Steak Diane

There was a time when fine dining was defined by tableside service that involved flambéing any menu item that you could light on fire. Our version of this classic does not require that you ignite any alcohol with an open flame on your stovetop. We think it’s just as fancy without the pyrotechnics.
Read more Mustard Thyme Compound Butter with Steak

Mustard Thyme Compound Butter with Steak

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Beef Lasagna Roll-ups

Try a new spin on lasagna by rolling, not layering your noodles. This fun adaptation is great for single servings, throw a few in the freezer for a great anytime snack or quick and easy lunch.
Read more Brisket Pastrami Sandwiches

Brisket Pastrami Sandwiches

Homemade pastrami is actually very easy to make. If you leave yourself enough time and make sure you have the right equipment on hand it’s a fun project, especially if you have a little more time around the house over the holidays. Make sure that you have room in your refrigerator, the brisket needs to cure in the brine for 5 to 7 days.
Read more Holiday Stuffing

Holiday Stuffing

This stuffing recipe is easy but it does take some time to pull together. You’ll want to leave time for the seasoning in the ground beef mixture to meld, 12 hours to overnight as well as leaving the bread out, uncovered, overnight. You can prepare the stuffing up to 2 days before serving. Assemble recipe, cover tightly with foil and keep in refrigerator. Allow uncooked stuffing to come to room temperature before baking.
Read more Green Bean Casserole

Green Bean Casserole

Iconic. What more can we say about this timeless classic holiday side? It’s a snap to prep and you can make it up to 2 days ahead. This is a dish that is actually better when you do make it ahead-just rewarm in the oven and let sit for at least 15 minutes before serving.
Read more Perfect Mashed Potatoes

Perfect Mashed Potatoes

We like to use Yukon gold potatoes instead of the more commonly used — russets — which are more starchy. Use a potato ricer, then follow up with a potato masher (also great for making guacamole!) This gives the potatoes such a creamy texture that your guests will be asking how many cups of heavy cream you used. 
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