- 1 ground Bison Package (I use Great Range Brand, but you can use your preferred lean ground beef substitute)
- 1 Tbsp of Bragg Liquid Aminos
- 1 shallot (diced)
- 1 clove of garlic (diced)
- 1 Tbsp of Kirkland Organic No salt Seasoning
- 1 tsp of Kirkland Montreal Seasoning
- Heat your non-stick skillet on a medium flame.
- Dump the ground beef into the pan and turn up the flame to high.
- As its cooking break down the meat into small chunks.
- Before the pink disappears add the liquid aminos and seasonings.
- Mix it all in.
- Collect whatever fat you can find to brown the shallots and garlic. Once browned mix them into the meat.
- Transfer to an airtight container immediately after finished.
So the reason I love this simple ground beef recipe is because it’s delicious by itself but it can also be re-purposed by adding different sauces to change things up during the week.
In this picture I went for as simple as possible to show you that good food doesn’t have to be complicated.
Vegetables: Organic Cherry Plum tomatoes from Trader Joe’s and cut up organic steamed green beans from Trader Joe’s.
Carbs: Earlier in the week, I cooked 2 cups of White Jasmin Rice from Costco in my rice cooker. To store it, I wrapped up the cooled rice in parchment paper before storing it into a gallon sized freezer ziplock bag. I pushed all the air out and sectioned into 4 easily breakable portions. I like to keep it in my freezer so that I have rice ready to eat in minutes if I feel like eating rice. I do this because there’s absolutely no way I’d commit to eating rice 5 days a week. I’m not about that life. If I was working away from home, I would just throw the frozen chunk of rice into my prepped meal container and find a microwave later. There’s no way I’d eat rice that’s been sitting in my fridge getting brittle and hard. I love food too much to bear the unbearable.
Fat: Avocado & Asian inspired flavors like this list below:
- Trader Joe’s Island Soyaki
- Trader Joe’s Thai Peanut Dressing
- Trader Joe’s Toasted Sesame Oil
- Trader Joe’s Organic Teriyaki Seaweed
- Sriracha Hot Sauce
2 ways to re-purpose this ground beef:
- fresh basil + fresh Trader Joe’s pizza sauce + parmesan cheese + your favorite pasta
- in a taco with your favorite salsa + melted lite cheese + herb salad mix + fresh red bell peppers
Please give this a try!
My goal in life is for you and your family to discover that eating at home can be easy and delicious!