what can I do with casserole beef other than make a casserole?

(16 Posts)
justtired Mon 14-Jan-13 23:45:01

I've just defrosted some casserole meat for tomorrow but bit fed up of casseroles so wondering what else I can make?

Thanks

HousewifeFromHeaven Mon 14-Jan-13 23:46:23

Steak and kidney pie? Yum

HousewifeFromHeaven Mon 14-Jan-13 23:46:57

Steak and mushroom pie?

HousewifeFromHeaven Mon 14-Jan-13 23:47:27

Steak and ale pie? grin

justtired Tue 15-Jan-13 00:00:38

So maybe some type of pie then? Lol
good suggestions

MsPickle Tue 15-Jan-13 00:01:41

Beef curry? Slow cooked and luscious.

deleted203 Tue 15-Jan-13 00:03:18

Ooh...watching this thread. Something other than pie, please ladies. (My pastry is crap). Quite like the idea of curry.

sashh Tue 15-Jan-13 03:06:21

Use suet pastry and make a steak and mushroom pudding.

BloooCowWonders Tue 15-Jan-13 03:11:05

I like chili made with steak instead of mince.

Allalonenow Tue 15-Jan-13 04:30:59

Cook in a rich tomato garlic herb sauce and serve with polenta, add cheese when making the polenta, lovely warming winter dish.

wrenster Tue 15-Jan-13 12:10:55

Chilli with beef is delicious. Just pop it in the slow cooker and it will melt in your mouth!

PetiteRaleuse Tue 15-Jan-13 12:12:30

Buy ready made puff pastry and Jamie Oliver's steak and guiness pie is very good.

Caffeineismydrug Tue 15-Jan-13 14:12:29

Make a beef casserole then use it to fill puff pastry parcels and you've got homemade beef pasties. Okay, it's just a beef pie with puff pastry in a different form but its very yum, and my DH was very impressed when I did this with some leftover casserole! Even if I did serve it with baked beans...

Or do curry or chilli, as others have said?

weegiemum Tue 15-Jan-13 14:14:27

Irish stew? Lots of potatoes and carrots for an hour or 2 before serving.

ethelb Tue 15-Jan-13 22:18:31

cut it thin and make a stir fry. You'll need good knives though

MsPickle Wed 16-Jan-13 01:07:11

Oh and don't forget savoury crumbles to make a casserole a different meal, bit if cheese and thyme into the mix, lovely.

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