Easy AIP Hamburger Skillet Recipe: Paleo, DF, GF
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Easy AIP hamburger skillet
I recently have been inspired by a good friend of mine to start eating a Paleo and AIP diet. Not that I need to for medical reasons but because it is anti-inflammatory. I am experimenting with eating this way to see the difference in how my body feels vs. eating a normal diet. I value my body and the health of my family, and so here is this easy AIP hamburger skillet.
The deal breaker seasoning and cooking oil
One of the condiments that are very important in this entire meal is AIP paleo powder and Epic duck fat. It doesn’t have to be this specific brand, but the paleo powder is necessary for this easy AIP hamburger skillet.
Easy AIP hamburger skillet recipe:
Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 15-20 minutes Servings: 4-6
- 2 1/2 lbs of Grass-fed ground beef, I got a good deal at sprouts, but most grocery stores carry grass-fed meats nowadays.
- 2 TBS AIP paleo powder (I also got it at Sprouts)
- 2 TBS of duck fat
- 3 cloves of chopped garlic
- 2 heads of broccoli cut to bite-sized pieces
- (Optional) 2 medium sized golden beets quartered.
The paleo powder has salt in it in case you were wondering why there’s no salt in the ingredients.
DO THIS FIRST:
CHOP THE GARLIC
CUT UP THE BROCCOLI
CUT UP THE BEETS AND STEAM SEPARATELY UNTIL TENDER (about 10 min)
BROWN THE MEAT: In a large skillet heat two TBS of duck fat on medium-high heat. Once the oil has gotten very hot add the ground beef and break it up in the pan with a spatula.
ADD THE PALEO POWDER: Sprinkle the paleo powder on the meat as its browning. Mix in the garlic
ADD THE BROCCOLI: Mix in the broccoli florets and cover with a lid for a couple of minutes to allow them to soften slightly.
ADD THE BEETS: Once the beets are soft mix them into rest of the skillet. Again not everyone likes beets but if you do it is an excellent addition to this easy AIP hamburger skillet.
There will be some moisture from the meat and broccoli cooking. You are cooking everything until the water starts to evaporate and until the meat is browned all the way through. You want there to be some moisture, so the meat doesn’t dry out.
Mix everything and enjoy!
After about 15-20 minutes it should be done. So add some more paleo powder if it’s too bland, and now you can enjoy! It should look something like the below picture. You most likely will have leftovers, but it makes for an excellent lunch to take to work!