BEER-SOAKED BEEF ROTISSERIE ROAST
If you’re having a gang over, or just want to ensure leftovers for another meal, try this beer-soaked beef roast recipe on the rotisserie.
Quick Quesadillas transform leftover pulled pot roast into a next day dinner on the run!
MINI CHEESBURGER BEEF SALAD
This recipe makes kid-sized burgers with a veggies bonus. Lean Beef burgers deliver an excellent source of protein, zinc and vitamin B12 – not to mention flavour!
BEER-SOAKED BEEF ROTISSERIE ROAST WITH SKILLET CORN & KALE SALAD
Cook using a rotisserie or by indirect heat on the barbecue. You can use any Rotisserie Roast: Top Sirloin, Sirloin Tip, Outside or Inside Round, Cross Rib or Prime Rib
BAKED CHIPOTLE TAQUITOS
The following recipe and many others can be found at ThinkBeef.ca This recipe is adapted from one developed by Shel Zolkewich for the ThinkBeef.ca blogger Global Recipe Swap. Shel had originally pan-fried the Taquitos (as pictured), but we baked them instead. Serve the taquitos with sour cream, chopped avocado, salsa verde and torn cilantro leaves.
STRIP LOIN MEDALLION SURF & TURF
Grilled beef steak and shrimp — an easy but elegant surf and turf recipe.
Great Tastes of Manitoba
Manitoba Beef Producers is a proud partner in Great Tastes of Manitoba (GTOM), the province’s longest running, locally produced television series that reaches more Manitobans each week than anything on the Food Network.
Showcasing nutritious, affordable, delicious foods grown by Manitoba’s farmers.
Each week local experts representing Manitoba Farmers join host Dez Daniels in the kitchen. They cook and share stories about how food is produced in Manitoba, and tips for choosing and preparing these locally grown ingredients.
GTOM’s food experts offer tested recipes using simple ingredients to make everything from appetizers to desserts.
Saturdays at 6:30pm on CTV Winnipeg.
Watch past GTOM episodes online at greattastesmb.ca.
Canadian Beef Production Facts
Did You Know?
- There are approximately 60,000 farms and ranches with beef cattle across Canada.
- The average beef cow herd size in Canada is 69.
- There are a lot of small cattle farms with 39% of the farms having less than 47 cows.
- In 2016, Canada produced 3 billion pounds of beef, up 9.6% from 2015.
- Canadians eat 40.12 pounds (18.2 kg) of beef per person annually.
- Canada is the 12th largest beef exporting country in the world.
- Beef production contributed $16 billion to Canada’s economy (2012-2016 average).
(Information courtesy of Canada Beef)