Minced beef is a great budget ingredient to add to pies, curries and pastas – check out our minced beef recipes for dinner inspiration.
For the ultimate comforting food hug, you can’t beat a bowl full of pasta with meatballs and cheese. And this classic recipe only takes twenty minutes to prepare, so you can make a batch to fuel the whole family any day of the week
Jamie Oliver says, "The secret to a seriously good Bolognese is to make a big batch and cook it low and slow. This one contains lentils and veg, and is super-quick to pull together, with the hob doing all the hard work."
This tasty bake is a bit like a Cumberland pie, but with sliced potato instead of mash. The delicious cheesy topping and sprinkling of oregano elevate it. It's sure to become a new family favourite in the colder months.
This easy one pan recipe combines rich tomato sauce and creamy buffalo mozzarella with seared beef, toasted brioche and fresh basil for a flavorsome fusion of two Stateside classics.
Make your own meatballs with this tasty Thai dish, which really packs a punch. The beef is mixed with chilli, coriander and ginger. Make the broth by simmering beef stock with noodles, carrots and broccoli. Sweet chilli sauce is lovely on the side.
This delicious lasagne has all of the same comforting flavours, layered with a rich beef ragu, pasta sheets and a creamy white sauce. The only difference is it's completely dairy-free!
We've given this Italian classic a lighter twist by swapping pasta for courgettes – and it's just as delicious
The ultimate sharing snack! Friends will love tucking into this plate filled to the brim with layers of crispy homemade fries, spicy chilli, melted cheese and soured cream
Quibe are widely-enjoyed as a bar snack and street food in Brazil so they are an ideal way to bring a bit of South American flavour to your next gathering
Try Jamie's speedy take on fiery Singapore noodles with tender beef and prawns
Creamy, buttery polenta is topped with a helping of fiery chipotle-spiced chilli beef in this Mexican-inspired supper, perfect for rustling up midweek.
Comforting beef parcels wrapped in fresh cabbage leaves and smothered in a fragrant tomato sauce
This dish can be prepared in advance and kept chilled in the fridge.