After it was done, we all sat around Nora’s dining room table surrounded by art and knick-knacks, and most importantly good friends. Bacteria that is present on the outside of all cuts of beef is distributed throughout the beef when ground. Turns out lean ground beef is a freeloader; if you put it in a sauce, it’ll soak up all the delicious flavors without any extra work. It’s true that regular ground beef is high in unhealthy saturated fats, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a burger every once in a while.
You just need to omit the standard bread crumbs from the top (lot of low carb options to sub for those). And since kids love recipes made with ground beef, what better of a way to eat them than in a Sloppy Joe?! This recipe is quick (less than 30 minutes from start to finish), light (perfect for spring or summer), and totally taste-bud-stunning delicious.
The first step was finely chopping my onion in my mini prep food processor Whenever I make grass fed ground beef, I like to really pulverize the onions. A mixture of Ground Beef, chopped onion, canned pinto beans, tomato puree and frozen corn seasoned with garlic powder, chili powder, ground cumin and dried oregano.
Several months ago, in a funk to come up with a quick and easy meal on a Friday night, my wife and I decided to make hamburgers for ourselves and our 3 kids. The ground beef takes only minutes to brown but you still get that delicious Korean flavor in this meal.
There’s even a coconut sauce that is on this to make it taste even better, and Jodi has done a good job of making sure that all of the ingredients are Paleo friendly. Apply this same cooking technique to any ground meat you use: turkey, chicken, pork, lamb, or any combination thereof.