AIP Paleo Burgers (That don’t suck!)

We started cooking AIP PALEO this week, and I am not gonna lie, I was nervous.

Will my food taste good, will it have a taste, will I starve because nothing tastes good…

I didn’t starve, and the burgers were FAB!! I know you all are going to love them, and I have included variations, cause not all of you are on this AIP journey with me.

(To read more about my journey click HERE)

 

Remember friends, the food you eat will either help you fight disease or feed it, and we ain’t got time for no disease over here, do you?! ❤

AIP PALEO BURGERS w CARAMELIZED ONIONS & SWEET POT FRIES

{INGREDIENTS}

serves 4

BURGERS

1-1.25 pounds of grass fed ground beef

3 TBS coconut Aminos (If you are Paleo or not AIP cut aminos down to 1 TBS and add an egg)

1 TBS coconut flour

1 tsp onion powder

1/2 tsp garlic powder

1/2 tsp sea salt

{DIRECTIONS}

Combine all ingredients in a large bowl, form into 4 round patties. Grill (indoors or out) to your desired doneness. Serve on top of your crispy sweet pot fries, then top with onions, avocado, and any other desired toppings. Drizzle UMAMI sauce all over burger and fries! (If you are not AIP, try topping with grass fed shredded cheese and a slice of tomato!)

 

CARAMELIZED ONIONS

{INGREDIENTS}

1/2 to 1 sweet onion

Avocado or coconut oil

Water as needed

{DIRECTIONS}

Cut ends off onion, then lay on flat side. Cut down the middle. Peel off skin. Place flat side down and slice through the “rainbow” very thinly.

Heat 1-2 tsps of oil in a saute pan over medium heat. Add onions. Stir to coat, reduce heat to medium-low. Continue cooking, and occasionally stirring, to be sure they don’t burn. 10 minutes in add a pinch of salt and a TBS of water. Continue cooking for 30-60 minutes, till onions are soft and caramel-y!

 

SWEET POT FRIES

{INGREDIENTS}

2 medium to large sweet pots, rinsed and peeled

Avocado or coconut oil

{DIRECTIONS}

Cut sweet pots in half, down the thickest part of the potato, then cut in half again, long wise. Slice quarters into thin, fry like shapes! 🙂

Toss in a bowl with a TBS of oil, then spread on large cookie sheet. Sprinkle with sea salt Bake on 350 degrees for 30-45 minutes. (They can sometimes burn easily, so just keep an eye on them!)

 

VEGAN UMAMI (From True Food)

{INGREDIENTS}

1/4 cup Apple Cider Vinegar (I like BRAGGS)

1 Cup Nutritional Yeast Flakes

3/8 Cup coconut aminos

1 Cup Olive Oil (Can use EVOO)

6 cloves of garlic (This is CRAZY garlicy, so I used 1/2 tsp garlic powder to take it down a notch. Experiment and see what you like best.)

{DIRECTIONS}

Add everything to a food processor or high speed blender. Then, with motor running, add oil into the mixture, while mixing, in a thin stream. Amazing on Salads, grilled meat, and veggies. Store in a an airtight container in the pantry.

 

We LOVED this meal, I did not feel deprived, and felt really proud about fueling my body with food! If you have questions let me know below or shoot me a message!

ENJOY!

LIZ

 

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