Low Carb Burgers For The Win!
When you first begin a low carb lifestyle, you may find certain things hard to give up. One of those may be a bun with your burger. It is such a tradition to serve a burger on top of a carb filled bun that many people find this habit one that is hard to break. However, it must be done! And it can be done easily, in a tasty and creative way. Here is how…
One of the reasons a burger bun is so good is that it adds to the taste of the burger itself. So, in order to make sure there is no flavors lacking, you just need to make a better burger- one that can stand up on its own, no bun needed! In order to tackle this need for flavor, we added a lot of little extras into this burger, starting with the meat.
Lamb is a very tender, succulent meat that has a very strong but pleasant flavors. The taste of lamb is more powerful than beef and is therefore a great meat to use when you are trying to make a burger with flavor overload. Ground lamb can be used just like any other ground meat so you should have no problem mixing it into burgers of any kind!
Zucchini was the next addition to this burger recipe that was imperative. Not only does zucchini add a nice, sweet and earthy taste but it also adds an incredible amount of moisture to the burgers. Zucchini is primarily composed of water and when that juicy zucchini is put into a burger mix, it will make the burgers so moist and tender that you won’t even believe one ingredient could make such a huge impact. Zucchini is necessary!
Garlic and oregano help add some spice to these lamb burgers, making sure they are well seasoned and pair well with the next little burger surprise- the salad. That’s right there is a salad just for the burger! If you can’t top a burger with a bun, put a tasty salad on top!
This easy, diced Greek salad is also full of flavors that mingle together and then blend right into the burger. When you take a bite of burger, you also get a crunchy, tangy taste as well thanks to the salad addition. So forget about that old, soggy burger bun and get ready to enjoy something much more refreshing, much more flavorful and much more healthy. This lamb burger topped with Greek salad will not disappoint!
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