Beef Stroganoff Recipe

BEEF STROGANOFF RECIPEI’m so jazzed about our Beef Stroganoff Recipe! I grew up eating beef stroganoff at a close friends house once a month, every month for practically a decade! It was one of her mom’s specialties and man was it delicious…

BEEF STROGANOFF RECIPE
I’m so jazzed about our Beef Stroganoff Recipe! I grew up eating beef stroganoff at a close friends house once a month, every month for practically a decade! It was one of her mom’s specialties and man was it delicious. She always served her beef stroganoff over…
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Seared Filet with Blue Cheese Butter.

I’m here to tell you how to make the best filet mignon recipe for Valentine’s Day!  Seriously, this is the best. While I only make filet on super special occasions, we adore it and this recipe is absolutely divine. The steak is so tender and juicy and flavorful. The blue cheese butter is wonderful enough […]

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I’m here to tell you how to make the best filet mignon recipe for Valentine’s Day! 

filet mignon with blue cheese butter and cacio e pepe brussels

Seriously, this is the best. While I only make filet on super special occasions, we adore it and this recipe is absolutely divine.

filet mignon steaks with salt and pepper

The steak is so tender and juicy and flavorful. The blue cheese butter is wonderful enough to want to eat with a spoon. The combo is classic, restaurant-worthy and makes dinner feel extra fancy. I’d say we all need that right now!

brussels sprouts ready to roast

If you follow me on instagram, you saw me make this amazing filet on Christmas Eve. We wanted to keep things low key but also really wanted filet, because we usually have something like my espresso crusted beef tenderloin.

However, I’ve been cooking my filet mignon steaks like this for years – ever since I first learned how. This is by far the best foolproof recipe I’ve found and it works like a charm every single time if you want to make steaks. It’s pretty quick and easy too! 

butter, herbs, blue cheese in a bowl

The only thing I occasionally do differently is baste with butter from the pan until cooked. I mean, basting with butter is the most delicious thing you can do, but it also requires standing over the hot pan for a few minutes and if you have little kids around, I can assure you this is easier! And just as delish.

Oh! And! The only thing that makes this steak better is topping it with… 

The blue cheese butter!

seared steak in a cast iron skillet with blue cheese butter

Oh my yes please.

Obviously, this is a dream. Remember years and years ago when I made these blue cheese biscuits with red wine butter? Well I almost made pinot noir butter here again but changed it at the last minute. Blue cheese on filet is just such a classic flavor combo. One that is so, so good. 

filet mignon with blue cheese butter and cacio e pepe brussels

The steak is rich and decadent, the blue cheese butter is a bit tangy and creamy – it complements so well. Can’t beat the classic! 

filet mignon with blue cheese butter and cacio e pepe brussels

Perhaps my favorite part of searing a filet is having some filet leftovers. We love using leftover filet to make slider sandwiches (hot or cold!) or even use on my steakhouse pizza. Pretty sure that leftover filet may rank up there as Eddie’s favorite leftover of ALL time.

One the side of this filet, I did a quick roast of my cacio e pepe brussels. This recipe is SO good. Such an easy way to prepare brussels sprouts and makes for a wonderful side dish that everyone loves. When we have this for dinner, I often keep it to a side like the brussels or my parmesan roasted broccoli. The steak is already so filling and decadent, that having a roasted vegetable side dish is the way to go.

filet mignon with blue cheese butter and cacio e pepe brussels

Isn’t is just the perfect special occasion meal?!

filet mignon with blue cheese butter and cacio e pepe brussels

Best Filet Mignon with Blue Cheese Butter

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Seared Filet Mignon with Blue Cheese Butter

This is the best filet mignon you can make at home! Seared to perfection, finished in the oven and topped with blue cheese butter. Divine!
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Resting Time 10 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 4 people
Author How Sweet Eats

Ingredients

  • 4 filet mignon steaks, about 2 inches thick
  • kosher salt and fresh ground pepper
  • 2 to 3 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • cacio e pepe brussels sprouts, for serving

blue cheese butter

  • 6 tablespoons unsalted butter
  • cup crumbled blue cheese
  • 2 tablespoons chopped herbs, like parsley, thyme, basil, chives

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F. I highly highly suggest using a cast iron skillet for this - it will get a little smoky, so be sure to use your oven vent or turn on a fan, etc!
  • Heat a cast iron skillet over medium-high heat. Season the steaks all over with salt and fresh ground pepper. Add the 2 tablespoons of butter to the skillet - it will begin to brown and smoke. That’s okay!
  • Place the steak in the skillet right away. Sear on each side, about 2 minutes per side, until deeply golden brown. Add the remaining tablespoon of butter if needed. Once you’ve done both sides, turn off the heat.
  • Place the skillet in the oven and cook for about 5 minutes, for medium doneness. This will depend on the thickness of your steak, but I suggest taking the internal temperature as this will help so much! For rare, you want 120 degrees F. For medium rare, 125 to 130 degrees F. For medium, 135 to 140 degrees F and medium-well, 145 to 150 degrees F.
  • Let the steak rest for 5 to 10 minutes before serving. I top mine with a scoop of the blue cheese butter about 2 minutes before serving, so it gets a bit melty.

blue cheese butter

  • Mash and stir everything together until combined and creamy. You can make this ahead of time and store it sealed in the fridge for a few days.

filet mignon with blue cheese butter and cacio e pepe brussels

Seriously the perfect bite.

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Cheddar Cheeseburger Sliders with House Sauce.

These cheeseburger sliders are so insanely good, you won’t want a burger any other way! Okay, we’re finishing off comfort food week with these for the big game on Sunday. Cannot even express how super bowl worthy these are. I reeeeally hope you try them because they are such a treat.  And it’s official.  I […]

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These cheeseburger sliders are so insanely good, you won’t want a burger any other way!

cheeseburger sliders with house sauce

Okay, we’re finishing off comfort food week with these for the big game on Sunday. Cannot even express how super bowl worthy these are. I reeeeally hope you try them because they are such a treat. 

ground beef with ketchup and mustard

And it’s official. 

I am in LOVE with this recipe.

house sauce ingredients

The concept isn’t new, but these sliders are SUCH a fun way to serve burgers to your family, especially if you don’t want to light up the grill. My smash burgers are my favorites to make indoors, but these are taking a very close second. 

They are SO easy. They taste like heaven. 

The ingredients are ridiculously simple too. Buns, beef, cheese, condiments of your choice. 

And my house sauce, hello! 

cheeseburger sliders in the making

They take 10 minutes to throw together, then another 10 or 15 to bake until melty. 

SERIOUSLY. It does not get easier. 

And you can prep all the ingredients ahead of time if you’d like! These are so easily customizable. 

cheeseburger sliders with house sauce

If you’ve been around here for awhile, you might remember yearssss ago when I made these slow cooker cheeseburgers. They are weirdly good, even if they technically take longer than a real burger. Just a nice switch. 

I took some inspiration from that (and my cheeseburger pizza!) to mix condiments INTO the actual ground beef, which goes such a long way. I know it seems a little weird, especially if you don’t like mustard, but I promise you can’t taste it. It almost makes the filling taste like a shake shack-ish burger and is totally restaurant worthy. It’s delightful!

cheeseburger sliders with house sauce

So this is how simple it it:

Brown the ground beef.

Layer the buns, cheese, beef, house sauce. Maybe more cheese if you’re into it. (Always into it!) 

Bake until warm.

Serve with all the burger toppings that you love.

That is it! 

cheeseburger sliders with house sauce

It’s embarrassingly easy. Eddie, who is basically a burger connoisseur, adores them. Max and Emilia LOVE that they are tiny sliders that their little hands can grab. I find them so much easier to eat too! 

Hoping that sells you if the cheesy bites do not! They are DELISH. 

cheeseburger sliders with house sauce

Cheeseburger Sliders

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Easy Double Cheddar Cheeseburger Sliders

These easy cheeseburger sliders are incredible. So simple - baked until warm and melty - perfect for a crowd or your family for dinner!
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 4 to 6
Author How Sweet Eats

Ingredients

  • 1 loaf of 12-count slider buns, such as brioche buns or hawaiian rolls
  • 1 pound of lean ground beef
  • 3 tablespoons ketchup
  • 2 tablespoons yellow mustard
  • ¼ cup house sauce (recipe below)
  • 4 slices sharp cheddar cheese
  • 1 cup freshly grated white sharp cheddar cheese
  • sprinkle of sesame seeds

house sauce

  • ½ cup mayonnaise
  • 2 tablespoons dijon mustard
  • 1 tablespoon yellow mustard
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon your favorite BBQ sauce

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Slice the slab of slider rolls in half horizontally, keeping them attached as much as you can. Place the bottom of the rolls on a baking sheet.
  • Heat a skillet over medium heat. Add the ground beef and cook until browned, breaking it apart into small crumbles. Stir in the ketchup and mustard until combined.
  • Place the sliced sharp cheddar on the bottom layer of the slider buns. Top that with the ground beef mixture. Drizzle on the house sauce. Sprinkle with the shredded cheddar.
  • Top with the slider buns. Brush with a touch of olive oil or butter and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
  • Bake the sliders for 10 to 15 minutes, until the cheese is melty. Serve immediately with your favorite burger condiments and house sauce.

house sauce

  • Whisk all ingredients together until smooth and combined. You can make this a day or so ahead of time!

cheeseburger sliders with house sauce

These.are.a.dream.

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Braised Beef Short Ribs

Beef short ribs, braised in red wine and veal stock with onion, celery, and carrots. These braised beef short ribs are easy to make, so do not be intimidated by the overall time! Continue reading “Braised Beef Short Ribs” »

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Beef and Broccoli

Beef and Broccoli is a classic Chinese dish that my boys LOVE! We used to order it in from a local restaurant, but now we just make it at home! No need to spend money on takeout–this is an easy recipe that tastes even better than your favorite re…

Beef and Broccoli is a classic Chinese dish that my boys LOVE! We used to order it in from a local restaurant, but now we just make it at home! No need to spend money on takeout–this is an easy recipe that tastes even better than your favorite restaurant and it only takes 30 minutes…

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14 Leftover Roast Beef Recipes That Meat You Halfway

There’s a rule of thumb when making a roast of any kind: make enough that your guests could not possibly finish it all. That ensures everyone leaves the table satisfied, and you have plenty—plenty—of leftovers (and plenty of our favorite leftover roast…

There's a rule of thumb when making a roast of any kind: make enough that your guests could not possibly finish it all. That ensures everyone leaves the table satisfied, and you have plenty—plenty—of leftovers (and plenty of our favorite leftover roast beef recipes) to spin that gorgeous hunk into all kinds of time-saving meals.

We have recipes for leftover roast beef from around the globe, for every time of day, and for every possible craving. Where's the beef? It's right here.

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Beef Bourguignon

This recipe for classic Beef Bourguignon (or Boeuf Bourguignon) is made by stewing beef with carrots and mushrooms until it’s fall-apart tender. The sauce is rich, hearty, and worth every minute of slow cooking. Serve for Christmas dinner or …

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Classic Moussaka Recipe

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Moussaka is a Greek casserole dish similar to lasagna, with layers of potatoes, eggplant, spiced beef, and topped with bechamel sauce.
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Moussaka is a Greek casserole dish similar to lasagna, with layers of potatoes, eggplant, spiced beef, and topped with bechamel sauce.

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