Curious about the best way to grill a steak or braise a pot roast? Want to know how to make a delicious stir-fry or how to perfectly brown Ground Beef? Our cooking lessons have everything that you need!
Chuck Knows Beef is available to answer all your beef cooking questions whenever you need them. It's like having your own personal Sous-Chef in the kitchen. Use Chuck to answer all your beefy cooking questions from what temperature is medium rare to walking you through the steps on pressure cooking a roast.
Grilling is one of the most exciting ways to enjoy beef. Whether cooking on a gas or charcoal grill, in the backyard or at a tailgate, this cooking method provides maximum flavor and optimal tenderness.
If broiling = minimum effort + maximum flavor, then bring on the math. With just a pinch of seasoning, beef’s 10 essential nutrients and one strong heat element in your oven, broiling is the sure-fire way to impress your family with a delicious meal in just a matter of minutes.
Slow cooking on a grill?! Indirect grilling requires little hands-on attention, but gives you maximum flavor. Impress your friends and family with this set-it-and-forget-it cooking method.
Whether you’re on the run or just looking for a quick and easy meal, stir-fry is the cooking method for you. Stir-fry your beef strips then add your favorite vegetables, sauce and other ingredients, and you’ll have a delicious one-dish meal on the table in minutes.
This is our kind of two-step. Brown a thick filet in a skillet and pop it in the oven. Skillet-to-oven cooking delivers perfect doneness and sealed in juices, making it worthy of an encore. Take a bow, and dinner is served.
Although it requires more time, oven roasting is the simplest cooking method because it requires little attention.
The best part about stewing is it does all the work for you. This comforting slow cooking method takes beef’s 10 essential nutrients to an all new level by using cubes of beef mixed with vegetables and other ingredients in enough liquid to cover them all. Nothing beats beef stew!
When skillet or pan-frying with Ground Beef, the possibilities are endless. In a matter of minutes, you’ll have an affordable, mouth-watering meal on the table the whole family will enjoy.
The final result of this slow-cooking method is tender beef that melts in your mouth. Braising (or Pot Roasting) is the method of choice for large, less tender cuts of beef such as a Pot Roast or Brisket, using a small amount of liquid.
Do you know the difference between medium and medium-rare? Do you like your steak to be 145ºF? A meat thermometer and these tips on determining doneness for steaks, Ground Beef and roasts will help ensure that your beef is safe and delicious.
Beef has long been America’s favorite protein as it delivers great flavor and nutrition. These tips will give you a better understanding of how to decipher your choices at the meat case and how to properly store, prepare and cook beef.