Ground Beef & Hot Dogs

  1. Shepard's Pie | SRF

    Shepherd’s Pie

    Shepherd's pie is traditionally made with lamb, but this recipe calls for SRF ground beef. Technically using beef makes this a cottage pie - the English version of a shepherd's pie. No matter what you call it, this savory dish is warm and comforting in the winter, but I like to make it in the early spring meal when fresh peas are in season.

    Cook the peas after the pie is finished as opposed to mixing them in the filling for a brighter fresher taste. You can make the filling up to 3 days ahead but make the mashed potatoes and scoop them on right the final bake.

  2. Wagyu Ground Beef Mac and Cheese

    Wagyu Ground Beef Mac & Cheese

    The magic of this pasta dish lies in the use of sodium citrate, a culinary salt found easily online that acts as an emulsifier in the cheese sauce. Using sodium citrate means your cheese sauce doesn’t require another binder like a roux to hold it together, making your sauce silky smooth with the ultimate cheese flavor.

    For this recipe, we used a combination of cheeses chosen to accent the flavor of the SRF ground Wagyu. We used an Italian-style table cheese to provide a buttery and nutty base, a taleggio to add a punch of funky meatiness, and finished it off with a young smoked gouda. We’ve provided our recommended style of cheese plus the brand we used in parentheses, but tasting multiple kinds of cheese to pair with the beef and your palate is half of the fun!

  3. The Barnyard Burger

    The Barnyard Burger

    This over-the-top burger puts the bounty from the barnyard to good use: Kurobuta bacon is cooked with a touch of maple syrup to give it irresistible salty-sweet flavor and crisp texture, which is the perfect counterpoint to the deeply savory American Wagyu ground beef.

  4. Breakfast Scramble | SRF Sausage

    Sausage, Egg and Cheese Breakfast Scramble

    Take scrambled eggs from ordinary to extraordinary with a fast, flavor-packed recipe that combines the subtle heat of jalapeño Cheddar sausages with light and airy scrambled eggs mixed with sautéed scallions. Topping options are endless, from halved cherry tomatoes and crumbled Cotija to sliced avocado and fresh cilantro. Don’t forget the warm tortillas for serving!

  5. The Ultimate Cheeseburger Slider

    The Ultimate Cheeseburger Sliders with Bacon

    Whip up a dozen burgers in minutes with a crowd-friendly recipe starring Snake River Farms Wagyu Ground Beef layered inside buttery Hawaiian rolls with double-cheese, tangy pickles, special sauce and crispy bacon.

  6. Pretzel Pigs in a Blanket | SRF Recipe

    30-Minute Pretzel Pigs in a Blanket

    Simplify snack time with a shortcut recipe that wraps Snake River Farms Wagyu Hot Dogs in chewy, pillowy soft pretzels studded with Everything seasoning. No time for kneading and proofing? Store-bought pizza dough goes for a quick dunk in a baking soda bath to provide the iconic soft pretzel flavor in a fraction of the time. All that’s left to do is decide on your dipping sauce of choice.

  7. The Ultimate Skillet Nachos | SRF Recipes

    The Ultimate Skillet Nachos

    Few foods encompass game day cuisine quite like nachos. Crispy chips, melted cheese, perfectly seasoned ground beef and endless toppings take this dish to the next flavor level. The real key to nacho perfection? Bake the chips, cheese and meat in multiple layers to ensure just enough melted cheese in every single bite. 



    Discover the Sonoran Hot Dog, a hidden gem in the world of hot dogs that deserves a moment in the spotlight. This savory delight hails from the streets of Sonora, Mexico, and offers a unique twist on the classic American hot dog. Wrapped in crispy bacon and tucked inside a fluffy bolillo roll, the Sonoran hot dog strikes a perfect balance between salty and smoky flavors. Top it off with fresh pico de gallo, creamy mayonnaise, and a drizzle of mustard for a flavor explosion that'll keep you craving more. Why settle for a regular hot dog when you can indulge in this delicious and often overlooked creation?

  9. Peach Caprese Sliders with Fresh Basil and Fig Balsamic Sauce

    Peach Caprese Sliders with Fresh Basil and Fig Balsamic Sauce

    Elevate the classic slider burger with surprising, but harmonious ingredients. Toasted brioche rolls hug juicy American Wagyu four-ounce patties. For an extraordinary touch, the sliders are topped with melty buffalo mozzarella cheese, fresh basil leaves and a sweet and tangy fig balsamic sauce. 

    The result is an amazing, multi-layered bite with sweet and savory elements. Great as an appetizer or make in quantity for a magnificent main dish.



    Snake River Farms American Wagyu ground beef really brings up the flavor on this classic dish. This meatloaf is best cooked the day before serving, allowing it time to set up. If time allows, I recommend making the meatloaf two days in advance, so all the flavors meld and mix. Then bake the next day and serve the following day.

    Meatloaf is so versatile. You can serve it with tomato base accompaniments (can you say ketchup?) for a traditional presentation. I love it just sliced cold on a sandwich. Change it up and serve with a throwback 80s mushroom sauce or lighten it up with a springtime quick dilly gravy sauce. I like to serve this with pickles or a fresh À la minute shaved fennel salad with lemon juice, olive oil and parmesan.

  11. French Onion Burgers

    French Onion Burgers

    The classic soup transforms into the main event with a flavor-packed recipe starring Snake River Farms Pioneer Burgers, melted Gruyere, caramelized onions and dressed arugula, all piled atop a toasted brioche bun. 

  12. Corn Dog Bites

    Corn Dog Bites

    Everyone’s favorite food on-a-stick now comes in miniature form! Slice Snake River Farms American Wagyu Hot Dogs into bite-size pieces then dunk them in a simple cornmeal batter. A quick plunge in hot oil and the result is light, crispy snackable corn dogs perfect for dipping and dunking. 

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