Whenever we are grilling burgers I always skip the bread as I am not really doing so good with it and t that’s ok but to be perfectly honest I do miss to be able to hold it and the texture of the bread. So I have finally been introduced to unmodified Potato Starch that apparently have been proven to improved insulin sensitivity, lower blood sugar levels, reduced appetite and various benefits for digestion just to mention a few. So I decided to try a recipe making burger buns and it was healthy and heavenly!
Whisk the eggs until it’s fluffy. Add the coconut oil and the water and keep on wishing. Mix the rest of the ingredients and add to the eggs and keep on mixing. Let the “dough” rest for a few minutes before you wet your hands in water (so the dough don’t get stuck to your hands) and make small buns. Before placing in the over for 10 minutes at 300-350 F sprinkle sesame seed over them.
1 pound minced beef or your preferred protein
salt and pepper
Mix it all together and make patties, before placing them on the grill add your “grilling seasoning” and top off with your favorite toppings.
If you haven’t noticed I love cabbage in all its forms and colors. Cabbage has a lot of vitamins and minerals and is loaded with antioxidants that are good for you i.e. liver, immune system and your metabolism.
How to: Mix the ingredients for the burgers and them into make patties. Grate or cut (I used a cheese slicer) cabbage and sprinkle the Vinegar and Salt and Pepper over the cabbage. In a different bowl mix together the Yolk, Mustard, Vinegar, Salt, Pepper and Chili. I always use an electrical beater when I make mayonnaise, add the oil very carefully in a fine stream while you whisk. Mix the mayonnaise with the cabbage and store it in the fridge until ready to serve .When you have everything ready fry the patties but make sure they are thoroughly cooked as bird meat can carry salmonella.
I was going to make buns using almond flour but in to be perfectly honest I ran out of time so I ended up roasting veggies instead.