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Last Updated on January 12, 2022
Beef and liver burger are the perfect combination for any type of burger. This meaty patty is not only delicious but also full of nutrients like iron and protein.
Nothing says loving like Liver in the oven. Wait, what? If you had told me 5 years ago that I would be eating liver once a week and, even better, enjoy it, I would have slapped your face and called you a liar.
Ok, maybe I wouldn’t have slapped your face but it is seriously amazing how much my taste buds have changed since I began this diet.
Now, the tricky part of getting your family to eat liver is the flavor. It’s very rich and minerally and that you have to mask unless you get smart and start acclimating your family to the taste of it.
You know that love to tinker in the kitchen and come up with unique Paleo recipes for burgers. Sunday I decided to whip up my a burger creation using chicken liver. I’ve experimented with ways to enjoy organ meats without tasting them in the dish. After many failures I came up with this beef and liver burger recipe that is yummy and somehow reminds me of breakfast sausage.
The perfect combination of beef and liver will be found in this scrumptious patty. The beef is packed with protein along with vitamins and minerals, while the liver is rich in iron, folate, vitamin B12, copper, riboflavin and vitamin A. As soon as these two are combined they create a powerful source of nutritious food.
This burger is not only delicious but also full of nutrients that are essential for the body to function properly. It can help you get your daily dose of protein while supplying your body with essential nutrients that help keep you healthy.
- In your food processor add your chicken liver and red onion.
- Pulse until it's a mush.
- Next add in the ground beef and all the spices.
- Pulse the food processor for roughly 1 minute until the mixture is blended.
- It will be slightly sticky so you will want to wet your hands before shaping the patties.
- Shape the mixture into four 4" wide patties.
- Cook/Grill patties until it reaches your desired doneness (is that a word?).
- Enjoy on a lettuce wrap or hamburger bun.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 518Total Fat: 31gSaturated Fat: 12gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 15gCholesterol: 311mgSodium: 706mgCarbohydrates: 2gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 53g
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