It’s Beef Month in Georgia and since Georgia is where I now call home, I just had to celebrate! Throughout the month of May, I am sharing some awesome beef recipes and industry information to encourage you to get into Beef mode. To kick things off, I’m sharing a Beef Dinner Roundup for every day of the week. There’s no need to figure out what to cook, because I have you covered. Beef, it’s whats for dinner! #BeefOnGeorgiasMind
Christel Oerum of DiabetesStrong.com came up with a delicious Beef Zucchini Lasagna that is a scrumptious low carb option.
When Taco Tuesday rolls around, you always want to be prepared. I really like these Easy Ranch Beef Tacos because it is a spin on an old classic.
When it comes to a stir fry, it’s all about the sauce and the perfect combination of meat and veggies. This Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry by SidewalkShoes.com has a good marinade for the beef and it taste just as awesome on the veggies. This is the perfect dish to encourage your kids to eat their greens, because the combination of flavors won’t have them think twice about eating broccoli.
Everyone needs a good one pot dish in their back pocket, so consider this my gift to you. Cooking with Carlee has a delish One Pot Taco Pasta that is sure to make dinner prep and completion minimal as possible.
On Friday nights, I like dinner to be simple yet fun. We usually make something that will ignite the kids interest, from pizza creations to diy desserts. When I came across this Easy French Dip Sandwich recipe by Cincy Shopper, I was excited because its a dish that is fun for the adults and kids. My daughter is obsessed with dipping her sandwich into something before eating. I don’t know why but it works, and she gobbles up the whole sandwich every time.
Seriously, who doesn’t love a good meatball? These Slow Cooker Sticky Garlic Sesame Meatballs by SwankyRecipes.com are filled with a ton of yummy goodness that will have you popping them in your mouth non-stop. These are perfect for a lazy night in with the family.
Like most, Sunday sets the tone for the week ahead. We indulge on all of the other days so, on Sundays I like to tone down our calorie intake. This Healthy & Easy Beef Fajita recipe is perfect because its low in calories and my family can eat it in various ways. I personally like to make a large salad and top it with the beef fajita strips to add a bit more flavor and protein. My husband likes his to accompany a bed of veggies, and my daughter likes to eat hers wrapped in tortilla shells. Give it a try and come up with something creative for your Beef Dinner Dish.
For more information on Georgia Beef Month, check out the Georgia Beef Board Facebook Page.
If you like this recipe, then you may like my beef recipe for Reuben Stuffed Hasselback Potatoes.
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