March 11, 2013 by Sam
Friends are often concerned/curious about what our family can eat when we go out together at restaurants. It’s usually fairly easy to find options or places that can make simple tweaks to a dish to make it primal-friendly. Burgers are always a great primal option when eating out because you can always ask for your burger “protein style” aka without a bun. Load on a bunch of veggies like avocado, lettuce, tomato, onion, mushrooms and you’ve got a great meal!
Burgers are also a great primal option at home because they’re delicious & easy! It doesn’t take too long to throw some patties together & toss them on the grill & it’s usually a crowd pleaser. Nothing beats the taste of fresh, grass-fed beef. Ok well maybe bacon, but no one’s stopping you from adding that to your burger!
Garlic Gouda Burgers
3 lbs. ground beef
7 garlic cloves, minced
Salt & pepper, to taste
8 oz. gouda cheese
In a large mixing bowl, combine the beef, garlic, salt & pepper. Mix with your hands until everything is well distributed.
With half the beef, make 6 equal patties.
Cube the cheese & evenly distribute on the 6 beef patties.
With the other half of the beef, make 6 more beef patties & place on top of the first set of patties with cheese.
With each burger, use your hands to blend the two separate patties together, making sure cheese stays inside the patties.
Barbecue until desired doneness & serve.