Keeping the family fed is a task all its own! If you struggle to string together a weeknight menu through these long winter months, consider grass-fed ground beef your mainstay. Versatile, flavorful, and high in nutrients and protein, this ingredient is key to some of your family’s treasured favorites. Does anyone else hear the dinner bell ringing?
Grass-Fed Ground Beef Crumbles Deliciously Over Dinner Nachos
Can you imagine a meal more popular than nachos for dinner? We can’t. Crunchy tortilla chips layered in velvety cheese and pico de gallo, black beans, avocado, and a healthy layer of grass-fed ground beef. Dice onion and saute it with the beef and taco spices for a spicy Southwestern flavor. Dollop a splash of sour cream, and you’re on your way to a satisfying meal.
Take On This Meaty Winter Classic: Shepherd’s Pie
This dish is a freezer-friendly win. Make ahead, layer into a Pyrex, and thank yourself later. Peas and carrots are delicious when layered in with a rich, savory helping of grass-fed ground beef. Top it all with buttery mashed potatoes, and you’re all set! A meal fit for a day of outdoor play or lugging that long-awaited Christmas tree through the door. Take this recipe for a spin and see how much your household loves it.
Sloppy Joes Are A Sure Win, Especially With Kids
Sometimes dinner is less about fancy and more about fun. Sloppy Joes to the rescue! This sandwich has stood the test of time, and kids will love this humble, picky-eater-approved meal. Like chili, Sloppy Joes have a sweet, savory flavor that’s best paired with a pillowy hamburger bun. Alongside spaghetti, keep this on rotation for those cold winter months, and order your grass-fed ground beef ahead of time to stock up your freezer.
A Grass-Fed Ground Beef Hamburger Stroganoff
Need dinner on the table in 30 minutes? This cozy meal has got your back. Straight from the playbook of comfort meals, hamburger stroganoff is a versatile dish loved for its rich mushroom gravy. Egg noodles, sour cream, and grass-fed ground beef all converge in this hearty winter meal (best served with garlic knots).
Keep the family nourished with some grass-fed ground beef as the meal’s protein, or brown up a top sirloin steak and cube it before spooning it over a bed of noodles. It feels and tastes fancy without all the effort.
Stuffed Bell Peppers and Louisiana Dirty Rice
Are your weeknight meals lacking in fun? This one’s sure to spice it up. Stuffed bell peppers are an easy and delicious dinner. Grass-fed ground beef packs in the protein, while a side of dirty rice adds some cajun flair to every dinner plate.
Rinse and core the peppers, shaking out the seeds. Fill with browned ground beef seasoned with celery, green pepper, and onion (the Cajun holy trinity) and all your favorite spices, and combine it with the dirty rice to pack into the hollowed peppers.
Bake with a topper of cheese, more dirty rice as a side, and pretend it’s Mardi Gras on Bourbon street. A tip on getting that crispy cheese lid on your peppers: turn on the broiler for the last 5 to 10 minutes they’re in the oven.
Make Your Comfort Meal Gameplan With Oreganic Ground Beef
Never struggle through another weeknight meal. With grass-fed ground beef by your side, you can make a surprising diversity of meals that will please every palate in your home. Straight off the ranch, this ground beef isn’t your average grocery store pre-packaged protein.
Our ground beef is lean by definition, about a 90/10 grind. We dry-age our ground beef for at least 14 days to ensure you receive higher quality, better-tasting meat. It’s easy, fun, and filling to cook with ground beef. And the best part is you can start stocking your freezer now!