What can I do with diced beef that ISN'T...

(76 Posts)
PLAYJAJADINGDONG Sun 10-Jan-21 09:57:53

...beef stew, chilli or a pie?

Am bored of the above. Have quite a well stocked cupboard. Just fancy something different!

Ideas welcome ☕🥐

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avenueq Sun 10-Jan-21 10:01:14

Bbc good food has quite a few curry recipes

UnbeatenMum Sun 10-Jan-21 10:01:55

Beef bourgignon is nice. Serve with mashed potatoes and green beans.

Aahotep Sun 10-Jan-21 10:02:10

Goulash

MyNameHasBeenTaken Sun 10-Jan-21 10:02:46

Burgers or meatballs?
Simply try beef with onion and put in a baked potato?

formerbabe Sun 10-Jan-21 10:03:10

Beef rendang

Dizzywizz Sun 10-Jan-21 10:03:39

A Chinese dish, like beef with black bean?

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CarlottaValdez Sun 10-Jan-21 10:04:25

Massaman or rendang would be my choice!

ghislaine Sun 10-Jan-21 10:05:46

Kebabs?

BlackDogBlues Sun 10-Jan-21 10:05:55

Curry. Or a tagine.

NoraNorth Sun 10-Jan-21 10:06:39

Doing a curry later with the diced beef currently in the fridge

PLAYJAJADINGDONG Sun 10-Jan-21 10:06:41

Ooh rendang could be good. I'm sure I have some tamarind paste in the cupboard.

Thanks for all the suggestions and keep them coming!

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BlackDogBlues Sun 10-Jan-21 10:06:55

The suggestions of kebabs and burgers make me think the OP on the 97% of people cant cook thread may have a point.

justanotherneighinparadise Sun 10-Jan-21 10:08:17

Tagine

Nancylovesthecock Sun 10-Jan-21 10:11:34

BlackDogBlues

The suggestions of kebabs and burgers make me think the OP on the 97% of people cant cook thread may have a point.

IKR it would be like rubber!

PLAYJAJADINGDONG Sun 10-Jan-21 10:15:12

I was hoping that "You frightful oiks can't cook" poster wouldn't spot my thread when I posted 😂

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Nancylovesthecock Sun 10-Jan-21 10:17:23

www-bbcgoodfood-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/collection/diced-beef-recipes/amp?amp_js_v=a6&_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQHKAFQArABIA%3D%3D#aoh=16102736498364&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&_tf=From%20%251%24s&share=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.bbcgoodfood.com%2Frecipes%2Fcollection%2Fdiced-beef-recipes

Few curry recipes in here op along with more interesting variations on pie/stew

As diced beef is a slow-cook meat (unless you don't like your teeth) there are limited options.

Fivemoreminutes1 Sun 10-Jan-21 10:17:45

Curry
Ragu www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/beef-ragout
Kebabs realfood.tesco.com/recipes/beef-skewers-with-tomato-salad.html
Stir fry

vodkaredbullgirl Sun 10-Jan-21 10:18:03

beef hotpot

readit Sun 10-Jan-21 10:18:31

BlackDogBlues

The suggestions of kebabs and burgers make me think the OP on the 97% of people cant cook thread may have a point.

grin

Beef adobo is a good store cupboard dinner. The below recipe is similar the one I use (sorry about the hideous background) and can be cooked on low in the oven/on the hob rather than in the slow cooker if you prefer

threecountiesmum.blogspot.com/2013/03/slow-cooked-beef-adobo.html?m=1

Honeybobbin Sun 10-Jan-21 10:19:25

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Spottysausagedogs Sun 10-Jan-21 10:19:37

Stroganoff with mushrooms and low fat soft cheese with chives. Lovely and quite healthy

ThePricklySheep Sun 10-Jan-21 10:19:57

BlackDogBlues

The suggestions of kebabs and burgers make me think the OP on the 97% of people cant cook thread may have a point.

Not if it was diced steak. It’s probably not, but she doesn’t say.

Year2021 Sun 10-Jan-21 10:20:40

Honeybobbin

How would you make a burger or meatballs with diced beef? confused


This

TheVanguardSix Sun 10-Jan-21 10:28:06

Stroganoff with mushrooms and low fat soft cheese with chives. Lovely and quite healthy

With mushrooms, creme fraiche, and boatloads of fresh, lush dill is how I cook it. And a good dash of paprika and black pepper.

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