Garlic Gouda Burgers

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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


Serves: 6

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.

Garlic Gouda Burgers 1 - Primal Noms

With half the beef, make 6 equal patties.

Garlic Gouda Burgers 2 - Primal Noms

Cube the cheese & evenly distribute on the 6 beef patties.

Garlic Gouda Burgers 3 - Primal Noms

With the other half of the beef, make 6 more beef patties & place on top of the first set of patties with cheese.

Garlic Gouda Burgers 4 - Primal Noms

With each burger, use your hands to blend the two separate patties together, making sure cheese stays inside the patties.

Garlic Gouda Burgers 5 - Primal Noms

Barbecue until desired doneness & serve.

Garlic Gouda Burgers 6 - Primal Noms


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