We are huge advocates of a hearty beef recipe and it’s no wonder when our Long-horn beef tastes SO good! Beef is a fantastic source of protein (26g per 100g of beef), Vitamin B-6, Iron and Cobalamin. Plus, it’s versatile and works wonderfully with a variety of accompaniments.

To help narrow down the choice we have put together our top 4 favourite beef recipes (yes, just 4!).


Beef Stew

It’s a British, winter classic. The stew, perfect for those cold evenings and ideal for getting all those delicious veggies into your meal. Beef stew can be cooked in a slow cooker for really tender meat with your choice of vegetables and you can even add in dumplings.

This recipe is perfect for anyone who wants a straight-forward one pot meal. It can be served as it is or you can choose to serve with bread or any type of potatoes.

Try the Beef Stew recipe.

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Beef Stroganoff

Traditionally a Russian dish, beef stroganoff is a dish of sautéed pieces of beef in a sauce served with pappardelle or rice. Stroganoff works best with thinly sliced pieces of rump steak, which also makes it a more affordable dish.

There have been several suggestions on how to ‘spice up’ beef stroganoff, including adding paprika.

Discover the recipe for Beef Stroganoff.

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Beef Goulash

Another great dish for a cooler evening, beef goulash is a great meal for the whole family to enjoy. Now, goulash is a type of stew the difference being the seasoning used and a goulash is also finished off with a cool soured cream. A perfect alternative beef recipe to try!

It’s also a great recipe that uses items you will likely already have such as, garlic, onions, olive oil, tomato puree and beef stock.

Goulash is a traditional Hungarian dish, originally eaten by Hungarian shepherds.

Get the full Beef Goulash recipe.

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Beef Wellington

For those up for a challenge, Beef Wellington really is a showstopper, perfect for any special occasion. It’s a dish of British origin, made with delicious fillet steak coated with pate and duxelles then wrapped in puff pastry.

The pastry is key to keeping in all those delicious beef juices to create a beautiful flavour. Typically beef wellington is served with potatoes, either mash or dauphinoise and winter greens like asparagus.

Here’s Gordon Ramsey’s recipe for Beef Wellington.

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