Whether you’re meal planning or want to use leftovers from the night before, beef’s versatility allows you to make the most out of any meal by repurposing those leftovers into an appetizing second (or even third) meal. Learn delicious ways to make beef go further with leftover recipes and meal planning tips.
What's better than one beef dish? Two beef dishes. Chefs Jordan Andino, Dawn Burrell, Tim Hollingsworth, and Stephanie Izard show how to make one beef meal and turn the leftovers into a brand-new meal to enjoy the next day.
Chef Dawn Burrell starts with a Coconut Braised Short Rib recipe then uses the leftover beef to make a Short Rib Shito Fried Rice.
Planning ahead in the kitchen saves time and helps make the most of your budget. Meal prepping and planning for leftovers is a cinch when you start out strong with perfectly prepared beef.
Reheating beef can be a hurdle for some with fear of drying out the meat. In order to keep the beef juicy, mix in a splash of low-sodium beef broth. Wrap the beef in a loosely wrapped foil packet or oven-safe pan covered in foil. Reheat in the oven at 350°F low and slow until the beef reaches a safe internal temperature.