Easy Beef Taco Skillet

This easy and versatile 30-minute beef taco skillet can be served a couple of ways. For a delicious main course, serve with shredded lettuce, salsa, chopped tomatoes, extra cheese, and some warm corn taco shells or large lettuce leaves for wrapping. For a hearty appetizer, as shown here, serve with gluten-free tortilla chips and top with diced tomatoes, green onion, avocado, and extra cheese right before serving.

Roast Beef Rollups with Horseradish Sauce

This super easy lunch idea can be paired with any low carb sides of your choice. As shown, this light, but satisfying, lunch includes three rollups, one cup mixed salad greens with one-quarter cup each chopped cucumber and avocado, and five almond meringue cookies. Dressing is a simple drizzle of a little olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

Bacon and Blue Cheeseburger Stuffed Portobellos

This satisfying low carb entrée has all the elements of a classic blue cheeseburger, without the bun! This version may be a bit easier, as well, because you don’t need to form the ground beef into patties before cooking. On the plus side, you don’t have to worry about making sure the burgers fit on the mushroom caps. However, you’ll want to be careful not to overcook the beef with this method.
Tip: To prepare the mushroom caps, gently remove stems by hand. Then, carefully scoop out the gills with a spoon and discard. This will give you more room to add your toppings, plus it will remove any residual grit.

Cast Iron Shepherd’s Pie

Tip: For best results, use a plastic spatula to cut and serve this dish. If using metal, as shown, be careful not to nick the protective seasoning on your skillet while cutting.

Cast Iron Carne Asada

Skirt and flank steak are two of the most popular cuts of meat used to prepare this dish. Both are great choices for marinades and a quick sear over high heat. The key to success with either option is to thinly slice the meat against the grain, or perpendicular to the long striations that run through the cut of meat, before serving.

Farm Fresh Greek Steak Salad

*Please note, actual cook time will vary depending on a number of factors, including starting temperature of the beef, thickness, desired level of doneness, and individual oven differences.

For best results, allow the meat to rest at room temperature for 30 minutes prior to cooking.

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