From hamburgers to lasagna, burgoo to meatloaf and everything in between, Ground Beef one of Kentucky's favorite go-to beef cuts. The versatility of Ground Beef offers quick, easy and delicious options for any meal and for any occasion.
Need tips on how to cook Ground Beef? These cooking lessons and recipes have everything you need to know for the best results.
Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium heat until hot. Add Ground Beef to skillet and cook 8-10 minutes. While cooking, break Ground Beef into 3/4 inch crumbles and stir occasionally.
To grill the perfect burger, form Ground Beef into 1/2 inch thick patties. Place patties on the grid over medium heat until an instant-read thermometer inserted horizontally into the center registers 160F.
From tacos to chili to fried rice, check out our all-time favorite go-to Ground Beef recipes. These no sweat recipes are hearty and delicious.
Ground Beef is the lost recognizable beef cut, but with so many options in grocery stores it can be overwhelming make a purchase. Don't get confuse with this family favorite by using the information below.
Ground Beef that is not less than 70% lean is used for burgers and in recipes calling for browning (crumbles) and pouring off drippings, such as chili, tacos and spaghetti sauce. When properly cooked, it is moist and juicy.
A mid-range lean-to-fat ratio is a nice option for dishes like meatloaf and meatballs, but you'll be cooking in a pan or skillet. When properly cooked, it is moist and juicy and has a slightly firm texture.
Ground Beef that is 93% lean or leaner meets government guidelines for "lean". It works well in dishes that require crumbles, like meat sauces, stuffed peppers or casseroles where draining fat might be difficult.