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7 Elegant Beef Recipes Designed For Entertaining

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7 Elegant Beef Recipes Designed For Entertaining
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If you love red meat, then you'll enjoy sinking your teeth into these juicy beef recipes. Each one has an elegant twist - whether it's paired with foie gras or plunged in red wine. Delicious and appealing, these beef recipes are perfect for entertaining.

If you're struggling on which cuts to ask for at the butcher try checking out this useful infographic with 60 beef cuts which outlines all those cuts you need to know helping you to get that crucial decision right.

Concerned about the ethical credentials of your beef? check out this information to ensure you can make an informed choice.

Beef Rolls

Chef Hendrik Otto's recipe for tender beef rolls uses a variety of spices being served in a red wine and port sauce.


If you're looking to create a talking point try this unique recipe from Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, the world famous Japanese chef from Les Creations de Narisawa in Tokyo, exploring the taste of Hida beef in his recipe Sumi 2009.

Beef Sashimi with Foie Gras

An easy and tasty beef recipe shared by Matias Perdomo, chef at Al Pont De Ferr restaurant in Milan for beef sashimi with foie gras.


Let succulent beef tenderloin and tail of veal shine through in this simple yet elegant dish.

Nicoise Beef

Give nicoise an extra twist in this beef by chef Andrea Aprea with fresh beef steak tartare, eggs and vegetables.

Jerked Beef Carpaccio

Jerked beef carpaccio recipe, with coriander pesto from Chef Rodrigo Oliveira at Mocotò restaurant in Sao Paulo will be sure to wow your guests.

Slow Cooked Beef Short Ribs with Chimichurri

Beef short ribs recipe with chimichurri sauce, a nourishing and tasty meat dish by restaurant Porteno's chefs Ben Milgate and Elvis Abrahanowicz.

More: If you'd like to add more recipes to your repertoire, please visit our recipe section where you'll find hundreds of options to delight your palate.

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