A low carb burger stuffed with flavor
A low carb burger simply means no buns, but not no flavor! And who needs a boring old bun anyway? The main taste of any burger is inside the perfectly cooked meat, not in that carb filled roll! When you have a perfect burger recipe, complete with just the right seasonings, you will never miss that bun. We have worked hard to perfect out keto quarter pounder recipe so that it has everything you would want in a burger. After trying this burger once, you’ll be itching to make it for your friend’s next barbecue (grilling only amplifies “incredibly delicious”). Everyone, keto followers and high carb eaters alike will love this burger recipe.
This recipe is very flexible and really caters to each user’s preferences. If you really like something specific in your burger, you can make an executive chef’s decision and add it in. Add some extra pepper to the mix or even a little hot sauce if you like a spicy burger. Top the burger with a slice of tomato or some onions if that is your preference. The key is to keep those topping low carb but otherwise, use this recipe as a starting point to make the burger of your dreams (however, we think the keto quarter pounder recipe is perfect as written too!).
Our favorite meat to use is fresh ground beef (for maximum fat – 25-30%) from a butcher because it’s not prepackaged and was taken from the remains of different cuts of beef from the same day. See if there is a local butcher shop near you that makes their ground beef daily. Using quality ingredients will make your burger so much better- you can definitely taste the difference!
There are different types of ground beef that you can use based on your preference or diet. When buying your desired ground beef, keep in mind that the lower the fat percentage, the higher the cost. Of course, when on a keto diet, more fat can be a good thing! After all, fat is what is fueling your body and something you need to have in order to maintain your energy levels while eating keto.
- Ground beef: 25-30% fat – different parts of the cow
- Ground chucks: 20% fat – shoulder, front of the cow
- Ground round: 15% fat – tail area, lower end of the cow
- Ground sirloin: 10-14% fat – cow’s midsection
An egg is great for keeping the meat together when it’s been stuffed with all the other ingredients, but not necessary, especially if you knead the meat really well in the very beginning. The burger will hold together well as it bakes, pan-fries or grills! Hopefully, by now you are craving a burger so on to the recipe!
Now that you have a low carb burger recipe, you’re missing one thing – a side of keto fries! The combination of the two will satisfy your craving for this delicious, classic meal!
Making your bangin’ low carb burger:
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