ground beef recipes

Answered on August 23, 2014
Created August 08, 2014 at 12:20 AM

Any suggestions for a good ground beef recipe? tnx

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on August 23, 2014
at 01:32 AM

Moroccan meatballs http://moroccanfood.about.com/od/beeflambandgoatrecipes/r/Kefta_in_butter_sauce.htm (you can sub butter for ghee or other paleo approved fat if you don't do butter)

spaghetti squash and meat sauce

meat sauce with cauliflower rice


on August 22, 2014
at 01:23 PM

I eat ground beef for breakfast most mornings. 

Sautee onions, and add ground beef to brown. Add spices (for autoimmune protocol, I use turmeric, ginger, and garlic powder, as well as celtic sea salt). Add chopped collard greens, and a little bit of bone broth, put a lid on and let cook for a few minutes.

If I'm not following AIP spice restrictions, I use Russ Crandall's Sukuma Wiki recipe as inspiration. While the cherry tomatoes and lemon juice in his recipe are a good addition, I'm usually too lazy for that step (and don't usually have tomatoes in the house).



on August 13, 2014
at 11:30 AM

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on August 08, 2014
at 02:31 AM

Set the oven for 425 and brush a mix of balsamic + evoo + salt + pepper + garlic + italian seasonings over sliced portobello caps. Mince a healthy amount of your favorite liver (sometimes I throw a little heart / kidney in there), and season with fresh garlic, cumin, salt, pepper, coconut aminos / tamari, then toss a pastured egg in for good measure and combine with your ground meat. I like to use a nice sprinkle of grassfed beef gelatin over the mix. Form into burgers, and put the shrooms in the oven with some pastured bacon. Slice up an onion, and throw it in a pan on medium-high (lately, I usually go ghee + evoo + a little bit of red palm or coconut oil). Once that looks delicious, pull it out and fry up your burgers with a bit more oil. While that's going, mash up a few avocados with a tiny bit of minced cilantro + onion + garlic + salt / kelp + chili powder / serrano / jalapeno + lemon / lime juice. Throw the onion on top, splash some wine under it, then pull it out, spread the guac, and stack with some lettuce, tomato, and thin-sliced grassfed gouda cheese, and call it breakfast -- Offal burgers.

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