Top Beef Recipes of 2019
It’s 2019 and more than ever you want to focus on making healthy, environmentally conscious choices and that includes eating more grass-fed and pasture raised beef. It’s better for you and the environment, not to mention it’s naturally more flavorful than the grain-fed beef you find at the supermarket. New Zealand produces the highest quality grass-fed and pasture raised beef and these recipes highlight the natural flavor of beef, raised as nature intended.
If you’re looking for an impressive dinner party main dish, this recipe for Beef Wellington hits all the right notes. Store-bought puff pastry and naturally more flavorful New Zealand grass-fed and pasture raised beef tenderloin make for a delicious and achievable dinner party showstopper. Pair with roasted root vegetables and a simple salad for a balanced, delectable meal.
PRIME RIB WITH HORSERADISH CREAM
Ideal for a holiday gathering, prime rib is arguably the best cut of beef you can find, but it’s also one of the most expensive. Luckily for you, your money will be well-spent with this foolproof recipe for prime rib with horseradish cream that uses a slow roast with a quick broil at the end to achieve a perfectly cooked center with a crisp, bronzed outer crust. Grass-fed and pasture raised prime rib from New Zealand makes this roast even more special with its more flavorful taste and finer marbling. Plus, any leftovers from this large roast make for the most delicious roast beef sandwiches the next day.
The holy grail of Texas barbeque, smoked beef brisket is flavorful and lean making it a perfect candidate for a low and slow cook. Even though you may think it’s best left to the professionals, perfectly smoked and naturally flavorful New Zealand grass-fed and pasture raised beef brisket is well within the range of the home cook. Good news for you, this recipe for smoked brisket can be used on a gas or charcoal grill, so don’t rush out and buy an expensive smoker (just yet).
GRILLED RIB EYE STEAKS WITH HERB SAUCE AND SMASHED POTATOES
Nothing says summer like the smell of steaks grilling on the barbeque. New Zealand grass-fed and pasture raised ribeye steaks are the perfect intersection of flavor and tenderness. Paired with garlicky smashed potatoes and a bright and fresh herb sauce, this recipe for grilled ribeye steaks makes for a lovely summer dinner out on the patio.