A baked ham is the Easter cook's greatest ally. There's no real baking or roasting involved; simply heat the ham through in the oven. A glaze adds a sweetened crust, but unadorned works too, as the savory meat doesn't need much.
This lighter version of fondue Bourguignonne pan-sears the meat as opposed to the traditional method of frying beef cubes in oil. You can substitute chicken or peeled shrimp for the beef and cook it in the same way until cooked through. Serve with a red wine, such as Burgundy.
The meat can be cooked through step three up to three days in advance. Let it cool in the liquid in the pot, refrigerate, then transfer the pot to a 350 degrees oven and heat through, about 45 minutes, before straining the liquid and serving the dish.
Consuming a hearty helping of beef for lunch or dinner might seem like a diet-busting indulgence, but steak is nutrient-rich when properly prepared. In addition to offering nearly 50 percent of the United States Department of Agriculture's daily recommended protein per serving, beef also offers a significant dose of iron, brain-bolstering vitamin B-12 and immunity-enhancing zinc. Feed your body and mind by whipping up one of these healthy, wholesome beef recipes.