Best meat dishes in the world

Shepherd's pie - This delightful pie is filled with minced meat, vegetables, and mashed potatoes. Loaded up in a casserole dish, it's baked until the mash turns golden.

Chelow kebab - A typical Iranian dish, chelow kebab is traditionally served with saffron-flavored rice and grilled tomatoes. Just imagine the rich aroma!

Beef Wellington - The ultimate elegant dish, beef Wellington isn't as difficult to make as people think. Plus, it's always a showstopper at dinner parties.

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Goulash - Make this hearty Hungarian classic to feed the family on chilly nights. Apart from the meat, it contains paprika-seasoned potatoes and vegetables.

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Steak tartare - No cooking here! This raw meat dish contains cornichons, capers, shallots, fresh herbs, egg yolk, Tabasco, and Worcestershire. Tasty and easy!

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Meatballs - Meatballs are perfect for a family-friendly dish. Have it either Italian style with pasta, or as in Scandinavia with brown sauce and mashed potatoes.

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Beef Stroganoff - Originating in mid-19th-century Russia, beef Stroganoff is the ultimate comfort food. Packed with flavors, some variants contain mushrooms.

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Döner kebab - Known throughout the world, this Turkish meat dish is usually prepared with a combination of lamb and beef.

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Katsudon - A Japanese favorite, this dish is served with either rice or noodles and a deep-fried, breaded pork cutlet, called tonkatsu.

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Braised oxtail - Oxtail was long considered a cheap offcut, but this slow cooked meat deserves to be the center of attention, too.

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Rouladen - Rouladen are traditional German meat rolls stuffed with strips of bacon and sliced pickles. They're always served with potatoes and a creamy sauce.

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Steak frites - Considered by some to be the national dish of Belgium, it's literally steak with French fries. You'll never go wrong with this classic combo!

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