Roll up some hamburger for this traditional Southern dish +5 beef recipes

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Beef is great in any culinary culture but there's something to be said for a scrumptious and flavorful Southern beef dish. There is so much flavor in Southern cooking, and naturally beef is an effective ingredient.
The recipes below offer something for just about anyone no matter what their tastes. Whether they like country cooking or food that is spicy and full of flavor, one of these recipes will be exactly right.
1. Southern country fried steak
Country fried steak is definitely at the top of the list of comfort food. Although the delicious taste may make you think it's a complicated recipe, you'll be happy to know it's not that hard. The best thing about the recipe below is that it can be accomplished with basic ingredients. This is definitely going to become one of your go-to meal ideas.
2. Southern ground beef and cabbage
One-pot dishes are the best, but sometimes it can be hard to figure out how you're going to get all the veggies, starches and meat into one pan. Here's some good news. When you make Southern ground beef and cabbage, as in the recipe below, you can get most of those. The cabbage is so filling, you won't even miss the starch.
3. Southern Bourbon Street rib-eye steak
There's a way to get lots of flavor on the table without a lot of fussing or messing with a dish: marinade. Using a marinade, as in the recipe below, is an effective way to infuse any dish with tons of flavor. As long as you have the time to let it sit in the fridge, it requires very little work. The marinade for this rib-eye steak is not only easy but delicious.
4. Southern smothered hamburger steak
In the South, hamburger patties cooked in gravy are held in such high esteem that they’re called “hamburger steaks.” The recipe below might be called a poor man’s steak dinner, but to many Southerners, it tastes like a million bucks. If you haven’t tried it, you'll probably be sold after the first bite.
5. Southern Tennessee meatloaf
Sometimes you just need to get a meal on the table that's nutritious, delicious and brings you right back to childhood. When that's the case, meatloaf fills the bill more often than not. Although you can get fancy with meatloaf and customize it any way that suits your mood, sometimes it's best when you leave it as is, just like your mom used to make. That's what you'll get in the recipe below.
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