Do you want a tasty, healthy, yet quick meal? Why not go for one of our top 3 beef recipes? However, before you go there, we feel that we must help you choose the right beef cuts to master the menu! So, let’s get started, shall we?

The Cuts

Chuck Steak

Chuck comes from shoulders, and it is suitable for any dish sold as braising steak. However, you should know that chuck is tough to eat, if not cooked properly. It is mainly used for adding flavours to casseroles or pies and stews.


It is the king of all beef. This beef cut is associated with tasty celebratory dishes because of the high cost. You get Fillet from the lower middle fragment of a cow. This portion of meat is highly beneficial since it is low in the calorie count and fats. Thus, you need not cook Fillet for breaking collagen. It is primarily used to prepare beef Wellington and Chateaubriand.


Brisket is a part of the chest area in between the shoulders. In general, you can say it is the working part of the animal. Brisket has the maximum fat presence marbled throughout. It can add the right amount of flavour to your meat dish. It is primarily used to prepare pastrami and corned beef. 

Rib-eye steak

Thanks to its beefy flavour, Ribeye is the most popular steak these days. It is present above the cow ribs. You will also find ribbons of fat throughout the meat. This steak adds maximum beef flavour. 


Rump is present at the opposite end of the spectrum. This steak lacks tenderness, but then, it can also make for the best cookable portions when it comes to adding flavour. They are primarily used to prepare skewers or kebabs.

Beef Cut Recipes

Beef San Choy Bao


One tablespoon vegetable oil
500 g lean beef mince
Two tablespoons of Kecap Manis, sweet soy sauce
300g fresh superfood
450g family size brown rice packet
Toasted sesame seeds, mint leaves
Two baby cos lettuce


Take a large pan and heat the oil. Cook mince for at least 5 minutes and break it using a wooden spoon. Now, remember you are to keep heating until it gets brown. Stir the mix for 3 minutes, and then, add kecap manis and toss the mince to get a full coat. Read packet instructions to cook brown rice. For serving, place the lettuce on a platter, top your dish with brown rice and mince mixture. Top the final, serve it with kecap manis, mint leaves, and sesame seeds.

Beef Mushroom and Oyster Sauce Kebabs


600g diced beef
Two green onions cut off 3 cm
One red capsicum
One tablespoon vegetable oil
Asian greens, coriander sprigs, brown rice, sliced chilli
8 bamboo skewers


Thread down mushrooms, beef, capsicum, and onions onto skewers, and brush with oil and oyster sauce. Heat char-gill pan on medium heat. Cook kebabs for 8-10 minutes until cooked through. Let them rest on a plate for 5 minutes. Serve beef kebabs with rice, greens, coriander sprigs, and chilli. Visit Website for more such quick yet truly finger-licking beef recipes. 

Beef Chilli Con Carne Sweet Potatoes


One tablespoon olive oil
500g lean beef mince
Two sweet potatoes
One red onion
400 g kidney beans
400g jar arrabbiata pasta sauce
½ cup grated cheese


Using a fork to prick the skin of potatoes and spray oil all over them. Place them on a paper, and then, microwave them for 8 to 10 minutes. Stir onion with heated oil in a pan for 2-3 minutes, and add mince to it. Cook for 4-5 minutes simmers sauce and beans for 3-4 minutes. Cut potatoes in half and top them with mince. Sprinkle coriander and cheese on them. Serve it with salad and lime wedges.

Enjoy these fantastic 4-5 minutes beef recipes.

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