Take beef shin to the next level by braising in rich balsamic and slow cooking until meltingly tender. Serve with smooth, cheesy polenta for a comforting Sunday lunch.
Slow cook beef shin in Mexican flavours until meltingly tender for the ultimate pasta bake to feed a crowd.
Cook pieces of beef shin in herby red wine stock until meltingly tender, then serve with creamy mash for a crowd pleasing weekend meal.
Get your friends over and slow cook this beef brisket for a simple yet filling way to feed a crowd. Serve with sweet onions and creamy blue cheese for extra indulgence.
Check out our easy one-pot beef brisket with gravy. Slow cooking brisket in stock and aromatics produces tender meat and a rich gravy.
Check out our easy kimchi soup recipe with beef shin, gochugaru (Korean chilli flakes) and gochujang – a fermented Korean chilli paste. This easy one-pot may take some time, but it makes the perfect winter warming dish.
Learn how to cook the best steak of your life with the help of olive cookery writer and ex-chef Adam Bush.
Check out this epic beef recipe with punchy cajun spices and a fresh bean salad. Picanha is also known as the top sirloin cap or the rump cap. Popular in the US and Brazil, it’s a pointed cut, so is great for serving a crowd as you’ll get well done to rare from the same piece of beef.
Packed with meltingly tender short ribs and creamy blue cheese this epic crispy baguette sandwich takes lunch to a whole new level. This makes four quite hefty sandwiches so you could split one and share with fries if you like or, if you are having a party, cut into smaller bite-sized sections. Check out more of our best ever sandwich recipes here
Classic, easy beef bourguignon to eat now or freeze for later, this French inspired recipe serves 8 people
You can make this ragu a day or two ahead and it feeds a lot of people. It’s also great with pappardelle or garlicky mash.
This recipe for grilled beef sirloin with charred hispi cabbage and romeso sauce is really simple but packs in lots of big flavours. Served with the romesco, the hispi cabbage really takes centre-stage in this dish. Plus, it’s under 300 calories.
This roast beef and radish salad is made smarter with a sake dressing. At under 300 calories per serving and ready in 30 minutes it’s a great way to use up left over roast beef.
This epic slow-cooked beef dish comes from legendary London steak house, Hawksmoor. Beef shin is cooked in red wine and stock until meltingly tender then macaroni and cheese is added and baked to golden, bubbly perfection.
This recipe for beef ramen is comfort in a bowl. It doesn’t have to take hours to make, though. This version is ready in under 30 minutes and comes in at under 500 calories, making it achievable midweek. Try our other noodle soup recipes
This beef shin and red wine pie is an indulgent, comforting family classic. Using beef shin keeps the cost down as it’s a cheaper cut. You can easily freeze this ahead for a stress-free weekday meal.
Impress your guests and try something different with this classic Chinese dish, ready in just 20 minutes. At just 263 calories per serving you won’t be able to resist going back for more.
This classic Belgian one-pot works really well with beef short-ribs, slow-cooked until meltingly tender and falling off the bone. Plus, it’s really easy to make.
We love Vietnamese-inspired flavours, and this Vietnamese beef and lemongrass one pot is a definite winner. It’s a one-pot, so there’s minimal washing up, and is under 300 calories but still packs a punch in terms of flavour.
Duck and Waffle chef Dan Doherty gives classic roast beef a clever makeover. Serving with a side of bone marrow crostini makes this dish feel really special. Ask your butcher to prepare the marrow bones for roasting.
This chilli beef and radish noodle soup is quick and easy to prepare and has under 500 calories but is packed full of fresh flavours – ideal for a midweek meal
Cooking a huge rib roast can be quite daunting so we love this simplified method and the bone marrow butter takes it to the next level. Ask your butcher to split the bones for you.
If you make just one recipe this month it’s got to be this rich, meaty pie with crisp, cheesy pastry from Chef Ben O’Donoghue. You can even make cheese straws from the scrap pastry!
There’s nothing like proper roast beef, pink and juicy. Serve as a centrepiece and carve at the table for a real showstopper (listen out for the gasps as you carry the platter to the table). This mustard beef with a wine, beef stock and redcurrant jelly gravy is a great Sunday roast recipe, or one for entertaining during the festive season.
Po’ boy sandwiches come stuffed to the brim with all kinds of fillings; shrimp, oyster and in this case, slow-cooked beef in gravy. There is no polite way of eating these, so make sure there are plenty of napkins on hand.
Quick, healthy and packed with flavour, beef pho is easier to make than you think. The Vietnamese have this fragrant noodle soup for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
This rich rib of beef is the perfect Sunday lunch show stopping centrepiece. Serve with our best fluffy Yorkshire puddings, caramelised onion and horseradish sauce.
Ready in just 30 minutes, these Shanghai fried beef noodles make a great, easy meal for two midweek