Still here and still cooking, fam! Admittedly, It’s just been a bit tough managing my blog while working so much but fortunately we have federal holidays and so I was able to try out and post a new recipe which I’m pretty excited about. It’s a healthier burger for you to enjoy this 4th of July and it’s pretty easy to make! Ground bison meat (which is 90% lean) complete with a pan seared sweet potato bun - this dish cuts out carbs while tasting absolutely amazing. Enjoy your burger guilt free this holiday!
Prep Time: 20 minutes + 25 minutes set time in the fridge
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 55 minutes
For the Sweet Potato Buns:
2 medium sweet potatoes, spiralized
2-3 tbsp olive oil
Salt and pepper
For the Bison Burgers:
1 lb 90% lean bison
½ cup panko
2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 dash sriracha
1 dash garlic powder
Salt and pepper
Sauteed onions (with salt and pepper)
Aged white cheddar cheese
Leafy greens (kale or spinach - I left these off because I made a small side salad of greens instead!)
Start with the spirazlied sweet potatoes since they’ll need a bit longer to set in the fridge than the bison burgers. Add 1 tbsp olive oil to a medium pan over medium high heat. Add in sweet potatoes, garlic powder, salt and pepper and cook about 5 minutes until they soften. Remove from heat and place in a large bowl. Add two eggs and combine well (I used my hands so that the noodles wouldn’t break).
Next line 4 ramekins with plastic wrap.
Divide evenly and add
the sweet potatoes and fill to about halfway. Top with another layer of plastic wrap and then add a can of beans (or soup - whatever really) on top of the plastic wrap to help form the buns. Place all 4 ramekins in the fridge for 20-25 minutes with the cans still on top of the buns
start to make the burgers. Mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl with a wooden spoon until well combined. Use your hands and form into 4-5 patties (***also note that this recipe makes enough buns for TWO burgers so you’ll have leftover patties). Place the patties into the fridge for 15 or so minutes.
While waiting for the sweet potato buns and bison burgers to set, I quickly cooked my onions. Added a little olive oil to a pan and sauteed round rings of onions with salt and pepper until they were soft and translucent - then I set them aside.
Next, cook the buns. Using a medium pan over medium-low heat, add another 1 tbsp olive oil. Once the pan is hot, carefully remove the sweet potato buns from the ramekins by lifting the plastic wrap. Gently place the buns into the pan and let sear without touching or flipping so
they do not break. Once the bottom starts to get golden brown (about 5 minutes or so) flip the bun. Do this with all four buns and set aside.
Next, cook the burgers. I used a grill pan for this but I’m sure you can easily pan sear or use an actual grill depending on what you have. I coated my grill pan with a little cooking spray and once it was smoking, I added my four burgers. Again, do not touch or lift the burgers until about 5 minutes have passed. You will see that the sides of the burgers start to brown and then they’re ready to flip.
Finally - assemble the burger. Sweet potato bun, bison burger, layer of white cheddar cheese (if desired), sauteed onions, tomato slices and then another sweet potato bun. Enjoy!
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Title: Home for the Holidays
Summary: Alfred waits tables and sings on the sidewalks of New York City in his struggle to survive in the heart of such an active town. When he meets Arthur, a well-off lawyer with a bad taste in coffee and a love for restaurant pies, he doesn’t expect to have his most challenging Christmas wish granted, and the potential of something more.
busk - verb
1. play music or otherwise perform for voluntary donations in the street or in subways.
“the boy made extra money by busking on the streets of New York”