But mostly as an accountability factor for me; sharing something different every other day for a month, would be a good way to make sure I'm not ALWAYS eating the same things all the time.
Variety = good. Monotony = bad.
My dearest friend Annie sacrificially sent me a great Turkey burger recipe via text message to try, and I KNOW these are delicious so what a great one to document!
The preparation and execution were going great - except I made one nearly catastrophic substitution : Coconut flour in place of Bread crumbs.
She specified using ample bread crumbs to 'soak up the moisture' and I thought, "No bread! No problem! Coconut flour will suck the moisture out of ANY Thing!" How deadly right I was.
The burgers were delicious, except they seemed almost designed to suck all the moisture from one's mouth as well. Eaten just a little too quickly they may cause one to require emergency Heimlich maneuvering. Yes, yes, I survived, but if you have enemies you may just invite them over and serve this. (Just kidding, even though I can destroy an easy recipe, I am confident YOU will make them perfect!)
|1 lb Turkey, 1-2 eggs|
Chopped veggies of your choice
I chose this time: zucchini, orange pepper, onion, and chopped spinach.
|Heat EVOO in a skillet|
Add veggies and saute til 'nice and sweaty'
Combine turkey, egg, and some breadcrumbs or VERY little coconut flour in a bowl mix.
Thanks, Annie! It was delicious as suggested on a bead of baby spinach with a touch of balsamic and oil ever so lightly drizzled.