These shaved beef recipes are flavorful, filling, and easy to make.
I love meatloaf, but I also have a thing for shaved beef.
It’s juicy, incredibly flavorful, and so easy to make.
Plus, it’s pretty healthy!
Most of these dishes are lower in calories than typical burgers, and they’re packed with nutrients.
From veggies to protein, you’ll get plenty of options from the meat itself.
So if you’re looking for something extra special for dinner tonight, check out these shaved beef recipes!
I’ll admit it: I love Mongolian beef.
How could I not?
It’s perfectly tender, juicy, and loaded with flavor.
The marinade is rich and tangy and the vegetables add a crunchy bite.
This dish will impress your family and friends.
It’s also easy enough to make that anyone can pull it off.
I turn to Arby’s for the most satisfying and tasty sandwiches.
And this one is no exception.
It combines tender, juicy beef with gooey cheddar cheese and extra pickles for a fantastic sandwich that everyone will love.
Best of all, it only takes 10 minutes to make!
If you like your cheesesteak with plenty of meat, this recipe is for you.
Simply slice the beef and add it to a baguette.
Then, just add cheese on top.
There’s no need to go overboard with condiments or spread.
You can leave out the mustard and pickle instead.
The key here is to make sure there’s enough cheese in every bite.
This soup is the perfect blend of savory, meaty flavors.
It’s a great dish to warm you up on a cold day.
The tender chunks of beef are cooked in broth and topped with Italian seasoning and Romas.
It goes wonderfully with all that wonderful creamy goodness, too!
Make this simple soup recipe the next time you crave comfort food but don’t want to spend an hour in the kitchen.
Shredded beef is one of the easiest cuts of beef to cook.
It’s juicy, tender, and has a ton of flavor.
You can use it in tacos, salads, or as a burger patty.
It’s also great for making instant pot recipes so that you can feed a crowd without any fuss.
I always add cumin to my shredded beef because it gives it such an excellent smoky flavor.
Steakbomb is a fantastic brunch recipe that’s perfect for the warmer months.
It features thick, juicy steaks, plus eggs and cheese.
If you’re really worried about how to cook steak in the oven, don’t fret! This easy recipe uses leftover steak.
You can just place your meat in a ziplock bag and toss it in the oven.
Once cooked through but still pink, remove the meat from the bag before baking.
Easier said than done, I know!
If you’re looking for a tasty, budget-friendly meal to serve up at your next backyard party, then this is the recipe for you.
The key to making these tenders juicy and tender is in the marinade.
It contains a combination of Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, and garlic, which creates a rich and savory flavor that will mellow out all of those other ingredients in the dish.
With just 15 minutes of prep time, these tender fajitas are ready to cook!
Use them on their own or as an appetizer with tortillas.
Either way, they taste great.
So good in fact that I could eat them every day.
If you’re craving a Philly cheesesteak but can’t stomach the carbs, give this keto-friendly recipe a try.
The keto diet prohibits carbs and many other foods, so it’s not feasible to eat your favorite cheesesteak.
Thankfully, this casserole has all your favorite ingredients in one dish!
Don’t let the word “steak” scare you away from trying this dish of roasted beef and broccoli.
This recipe is thick and creamy, with a hint of umami that will leave you wanting more.
The sauce is incredibly flavorful and has so much depth to it, giving the stir fry an explosion of flavors.
If you need something really easy to make, throw together this recipe on a weeknight.
You can also use chicken instead if you prefer meatless Mondays.
This Korean beef bulgogi is a wonderful way to celebrate the start of the new year.
It’s perfect for sharing with friends and family.
The beef is marinated in soy, sugar, and sesame oil to give it that flavor.
This, of course, brings out the delicious juices.
That’s what makes this dish so scrumptious!
Then everything gets cooked in a cast iron skillet until tender.
It feels like you’re getting a real taste of your favorite food!
The secret to making a delicious banh mi bowl is in the sauce.
That’s right, it doesn’t just matter what you put inside, but also how you make it.
Banh mi is an Asian sandwich packed with flavors and textures.
The best way to ensure you get the most from your meal?
Use this banh mi recipe!
It packs moist pork sausage and shrimp, sauteed greens, pickled veggies, and a tangy Thai dressing for maximum flavor.
The best part about beef stroganoff is that it’s a breeze to make.
Just add the ingredients, press the button, and your delicious meat will be ready in five minutes.
Although this dish is so simple, there are a few secrets that make it taste even better.
First, you’ll want to sear the beef until it’s nice and browned.
Then fill your pan with some beef broth, mushrooms (or onions), and veggies.
Add a little bit of cream cheese for richness and a little kick from sour cream.
You can also add some dill or fresh herbs if you like.
If you’re a steak lover, you’ll love this dish.
Shaved steaks are marinated in savory spices and grilled to perfection.
Once cooked, the meat is served on soft tzatziki with fresh lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and peppers.
It’s a fantastic dinner for two!
This teriyaki beef recipe is the perfect way to spice up your meal.
It’s a simple, yet incredibly flavorful dish that’ll leave you wanting more.
The marinade is made with soy sauce, sesame oil, brown sugar, ginger, and garlic.
It infuses flavors like sweetness and umami into every bite.
Serve this teriyaki beef over rice for a rich and filling meal.
Crispy flatbread with a savory chimichurri sauce.
I know! It’s the same thing except it’s on steak.
I know that there are plenty of other ways to make flatbread sandwiches, but this one takes the cake for me.
It looks and tastes so much like an Americanized version of fajitas, only better and a whole lot easier to replicate.
These steak tacos are delicious, easy-to-make, and best of all, healthy.
They’re also packed with protein and fiber from the beans and rice.
Plus, there’s plenty of veggies for a balanced meal!
This recipe is perfect for busy weeknights when you need something to boost your energy.
Of course, it wouldn’t be complete without some guacamole!
These steak tostadas are a quick and easy meal you can whip up in no time.
One bite, and it’s like your favorite taco salad on steroids!
The meat is so tender, the salsa is creamy and delicious, and the cotija cheese adds just the right amount of spice.
Top with some Spanish rice and enjoy!
In my opinion, potatoes are the perfect holiday side dish.
You can put a ton of flavors into them, and you don’t need to spend hours in the kitchen!
These potatoes have a rich and hearty flavor thanks to beef broth, butter, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, cayenne pepper, salt, pepper.
The beef broth adds so much heartiness to these potatoes.
I think it’s best served with a bit of cheese on top for good measure.
Birria is a Mexican stew made from ground beef, tomatoes, peppers, and spices.
You’ll use this base to cook up a bowl of hearty ramen.
The recipe calls for thin noodles which are then stir-fried with the meat mixture until they’re soft and tender.
The sauce is made from tamarind paste, chili powder, cumin, garlic, and lime juice.
This dish is best served on its own or paired with Mexican rice.
Lanzhou is a city of tea and silk in China, famous for its delicious noodles.
This recipe combines lots of different Chinese noodles to give you an incredible soup.
It’s got lots of veggies, including carrots, celery, cabbage, mushrooms, and bean sprouts.
Flavor-wise, this soup has plenty of garlic with a smoky kick from the Sichuan peppercorn.
You can serve the soup warm or cold.
It tastes great either way!
This recipe is for the beef lovers in your family.
It’s a classic Chinese dish that will have everyone coming back for seconds.
The lo mein noodles are cooked with ground beef and ginger before being loaded with mushrooms, green onions, and egg noodles.
Serve this comforting meal as an easy weeknight dinner.
Or whip it up on a busy weeknight when you want something quick.
Honey-garlic shredded beef is the perfect meal for a lazy Sunday night.
You can’t go wrong with a simple recipe like this.
The meat is juicy and tender, and the honey-garlic sauce is just to die for.
Serve it over rice or noodles with a side of salad for an elegant meal that everyone will love!
This Japanese-style steakhouse dish is made with thick sliced beef and a creamy sauce.
It’s the perfect quick meal on busy weeknights.
It’s easy to make, but it doesn’t lack in flavor.
The sauce is full of umami goodness, which pairs well with the rich and tender beef.
Served over rice with crunchy vegetables, this gyudon recipe is ideal for a simple yet delicious meal.
Egg rolls are such a hit with my family and friends.
I think it’s the yolk-y goodness that makes them so scrumptious.
Since this is a spicy dish, you won’t want to skip out on the mayo.
It gives these rolls a creamy touch and makes them super tasty.
You might also want to add some onions or peppers for added flavor.
And if you’re feeling adventurous, try adding some jalapenos!
This stir-fry is for anyone who loves kimchi.
It has a robust, spicy flavor with a bit of sweetness from the honey, ginger, and gochugaru.
Serve it over steamed veggies for a satisfying meal.
Or enjoy as is — why not?
It’s great on its own or combined with rice or noodles.
- 1 pound ribeye steak
- 1 Tablespoon butter
- 1 medium green pepper
- 1 medium yellow onion
- 2 cups provolone cheese
- Salt and pepper
- 4 sub rolls
- Bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Sliced sub rolls should be placed on sheets of aluminum foil. Place aside.
- Melt the butter in a large skillet, then sauté the green peppers and onions for 5 to 10 minutes, or until tender. Put in a platter and leave alone.
- Cook the sliced steak in the same skillet over medium-high heat, breaking it up into smaller pieces, until it is thoroughly cooked and no longer pink in the center. Reintroduce the onions and peppers to the skillet and combine. Add salt and pepper to taste.
- To assemble the cheesesteaks, split open a sub roll, top with a quarter of the meat filling, and serve. All sub rolls should be repeated.
- Each sub should be tightly wrapped in aluminum foil before being placed on the oven rack.