Everybody loves Thanksgiving dinner, except the person who has to prepare and cook it. Putting on a family feast is a lot of work, never mind planning for it beforehand and cleaning up afterward. This is why you should consider getting Thanksgiving dinner from Omaha Steaks.
Omaha Steaks has a great selection of Thanksgiving meals. It’s more famous for beef, as the name suggests. But with an Omaha Steaks Thanksgiving dinner, you can serve up top-quality turkey or high-grade ham. You can even order a prime Butcher’s Cut Chateaubriand and give thanks with a filet mignon roast!
If you want a great Thanksgiving dinner complete with sides, Omaha Steaks has what you’re looking for. Read on and learn how you can have the easiest – and tastiest – Thanksgiving dinner ever.
A complete gourmet meal ready to cook
2-3 hours cooking time for turkey
It even includes dessert
If you want a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, it’s tough to top Omaha Steaks’ Thanksgiving Feast. I suppose they could add stuffing and cranberry sauce, but with this lineup of Thanksgiving treats, you’ll hardly notice.
This meal starts with a 10-pound Whole Basted Turkey basted in brown sugar and honey. The turkey comes with a cooking bag and a pop-up timer, so you’ll know when your bird is done to perfection. Your turkey will need 3-4 days to thaw in the refrigerator, or 5-7 hours in cold water, followed by 2 hours 45 minutes to 3 hours to cook in the oven bag provided.
Omaha Steaks also sends 3 side dishes with your turkey. There are 3 pounds of Green Bean Casserole, 3 pounds of Garlic Mashed Potatoes, and 2½ pounds of Steakhouse Creamed Corn. All arrive frozen in trays and can be prepared in the microwave or a conventional oven.
The Garlic Mashed Potatoes are whipped with heavy cream, butter, and sour cream. For an extra kick, Omaha Steaks adds roasted garlic and truffle oil. The Steakhouse Creamed Corn takes creamed corn and adds Parmesan cheese for a side dish that mixes sweet and umami flavors. And the Green Bean Casserole is a family favorite made with fresh green beans.
If you still have room, Omaha Steaks includes baguettes and dessert. You get 8 baguettes pre-buttered with garlic butter. Toss them in the oven for 15 minutes at 400 F, and you can serve your guests crispy hot Italian garlic bread. And for dessert, there are 8 Caramel Apple Tartlets you can cook in your microwave, oven, grill, or air fryer.
The Thanksgiving Turkey Feast is a meal for 8, with leftovers to spare. If you’re having a smaller gathering, it might be a bit more food than you need. But if you have a big family, Omaha Steaks has everything you need to serve them a big Thanksgiving dinner.
Premium glazed ham with no water added
60-75 minutes reheating time for the ham
Also includes 2 pumpkin pies
Thanksgiving can be a tough holiday for those who don’t care for turkey. That’s why Omaha Steaks offers a Thanksgiving Ham Feast. If poultry isn’t doing it for you anymore, this premium ham may well become a family tradition at your home.
This isn’t the ham you buy at the grocery store. This ham is cured and smoked for over 24 hours, then brushed with a brown sugar glaze and spiral-sliced for serving convenience. While most commercial hams are injected with brine and water, there’s nothing here but meat.
You’ll need to thaw your ham in the refrigerator for 24-48 hours, then bake it for 60-75 minutes at 325 F to reheat it. The ham is already pre-cooked, so you just need to warm it up.
You get a slightly different selection of side dishes with this feast. The baguettes are still part of the package and can be served with dinner or saved for some tasty ham sandwiches later. You also get 26 oz of Green Beans in Butter Sauce and 4 pounds of Smashed Red Potatoes, both of which can be heated in the microwave or oven.
The Smashed Red Potatoes are coarsely mashed and then mixed with sour cream, butter, and heavy cream. For the finishing touch, Omaha Steaks adds roasted garlic, salt, and a touch of rosemary. The Green Beans with Butter Sauce are tossed with butter and olive oil, then kicked up a notch with sweet red peppers.
Ham may not be traditional at Thanksgiving meals, but pumpkin pie is. And with this Thanksgiving Ham Fest, you get a pair of pumpkin pies. These pies are fully prepared, and you can heat them up in the oven or serve them at room temperature. For a full flavor blastoff, top them with a scoop of ice cream.
Dry-aged for maximum flavor
1-2 hours cooking time
Flash frozen to lock in freshness
If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving roast, Omaha Steaks is a great place to shop. And for the best roast you can get, you’ve got to try the Butcher’s Cut Chateaubriand.
Like filet mignon, a Chateaubriand comes from the beef tenderloin. But the Chateaubriand comes from the center-cut of the tenderloin, which is located between the sirloin and the rib of the steer. A properly cooked Chateaubriand is just as juicy and fork-tender as a filet mignon. The only difference is that it’s larger, so it can feed multiple people.
The Omaha Steaks Chateaubriand is aged for at least 30 days for tenderness. Omaha Steaks hangs all its beef in a controlled, chilled environment where humidity, temperature, and airflow are carefully monitored. As it ages, enzymes break down proteins and make the meat more tender.
Aged beef is prized in the culinary world but is typically more expensive due to the additional time, controlled environments, and potential weight loss during the aging process. Unless you’ve visited a high-end steakhouse or gourmet restaurant, you’ve probably never experienced aged beef.
When the beef reaches its aging peak, Omaha Steaks flash freezes it. Flash freezing uses extremely low temperatures to freeze meats faster than a standard household freezer. This preserves the meat at the perfect level of aging until you thaw and cook it.
The Butcher’s Cut Chateaubriand is double-trimmed, so it’s extra lean. But while lean cuts can often be dry and tasteless, dry-aging ensures that you get a fork-tender roast. Omaha Steaks recommends you cook it at 250 F for 1-2 hours, but with Chateaubriand, less is more. I strongly advise that you skip the “well done” instructions and cook this to rare or medium rare.
Made with wild-caught Atlantic salmon
50-55 minutes cooking time
Flash frozen to lock in freshness
Fish lovers don’t have to feel left out this Thanksgiving. In addition to its beef, Omaha Steaks has a large selection of flash-frozen seafood. This Salmon Wellington is just part of a selection that ranges from cod to crab, snapper to lobster, and tuna to trout.
Like Beef Wellington, Salmon Wellington is prepared in a puff pastry. But while Beef Wellington starts with filet mignon, Salmon Wellington uses wild-caught Atlantic salmon. Salmon isn’t just delicious, it’s high in protein and heart-healthy Omega-3 fatty acids.
Salmon Wellington isn’t just a showcase. The pastry helps lock in the salmon’s juices and moisture and keeps it from drying out. And while Wellingtons are generally considered challenging to cook properly, Omaha Steaks takes care of the difficult part for you.
Omaha Steaks tops the salmon with a mixture of spinach, feta, and cream cheese. The cream cheese and feta mix adds tangy, velvety, and salty notes that bring out the salmon’s briny flavor. The spinach helps cut the richness of the cheeses and adds an herbal overtone.
The cheese and spinach mix is seasoned with garlic, onion, basil, nutmeg, and black pepper. The fish and topping are wrapped in a puff pastry, and then the completed Salmon Wellington is flash-frozen to keep it fresh in transit.
You need to brush this entree with an egg wash before baking in the oven at 400 F for 50-55 minutes. This ensures that the pastry crust will get properly brown and flaky. You also need to let it thaw in the refrigerator for 24 hours or so before you start.
Salmon Wellington is a limited-time holiday offering, so if you’re interested, you should act now.
The best stuffing you’ve ever had
55 minutes reheating time from frozen
Buy it with a turkey for the full Thanksgiving experience
If you’re like me, stuffing is a must-have for Thanksgiving dinner. For most of us, stuffing comes in a box. You heat water and butter, throw in some stuffing mix, and a few minutes later you’ve got stuffing to put beside your turkey. But what if I told you there could be more to Thanksgiving dinner?
Meet Sausage and Cranberry Stuffing by Omaha Steaks. This take on Thanksgiving stuffing starts with bread croutons, chicken stock, and sauteed onions and celery. The Omaha Steaks chefs then throw in an herb blend of parsley, basil, oregano, and thyme.
But then Omaha Steaks adds mild Italian sausage and dried cranberries. The sausage adds a note of sage. (Now all it needs is rosemary, and we’re off to Scarborough Fair). The dried cranberries are a welcome change from canned cranberry sauce, adding a chewy texture and a tangy bite with a subtle sweetness.
For the finishing touch, Omaha Steaks adds a dollop of duck fat. Duck fat gives this dressing an unctuous mouthfeel and a savory taste that brings all the other ingredients together. It’s a must-have for Thanksgiving but is also a great choice for Christmas and other holiday meals – or as a great side dish anytime.
Cooking this dish at home would be complicated, but Omaha Steaks makes it easy. You take the tray out of the freezer, remove the packaging, and cover it with foil. Cook for 40 minutes at 375 F. Then remove the foil, stir the stuffing, and let it cook for another 15 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches 145 F. You can order this meal in a 6-serving or 12-serving size.
2.75 - 3 hrs
Large Thanksgiving gatherings
Thanksgiving for ham lovers
Filet Mignon lovers
Lovers of superlative stuffing
While it’s most famous for beef, Omaha Steaks also has some great turkeys. Its selection of Thanksgiving meals is excellent and its Thanksgiving Turkey Feast may well become a holiday tradition in your home after you try it the first time.
Omaha Steaks ships its food flash-frozen. After its meat has aged, Omaha Steaks freezes it at the peak of aging perfection. You keep the meat frozen until you’re ready to eat it, then thaw it in the refrigerator and cook up some of the best beef you ever tasted.
Omaha Steaks doesn’t have a lot of vegetarian or vegan options, but it has a surprisingly large seafood selection. Whether you’re looking for sole, shrimp, salmon, or scallops, you’ll find it at Omaha Steaks.