Make a bowl out of a burger
- 2 lbs of extra lean beef
- 2.5 teaspoons of seasoned salt
- 1 teaspoon of garlic powder
- 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper
- 3 teaspoon of worcestershire sauce
- 4 Tablespoons of butter
- 2 Cups of sliced mushrooms
- 2 cups of cheddar cheese, shredded
- 10 slices of bacon, cooked and diced
- diced chives, bacon bbq sauce, and ranch dressing for topping
- Mix together beef, seasoned salt, garlic powder, black pepper and worcestershire sauce
- On a baking sheet lined with foil, form 4 meat bowls using a can or jar. Set aside
- In a medium pan, saute mushrooms with butter, season with salt and pepper to taste & divide into 4 portions
- Fill each meat bowl with 1/4 cup of cheese, mushrooms, 2 slices of diced bacon, then top with 1/4 cup of cheese
- Bake at 350 degrees, covered with foil tent, covering for 30 minutes before serving & then topping with the diced bacon, bbq sauce, ranch and diced chives
Now I realize this isn’t vegetarian or vegan friendly, but this is a recipe that could easily have substitutes in order to make it more vegan/vegetarian friendly, I eat meat, so many of my dishes, will contain animal product but I try to find recipes that can be manipulated to serve anyone’s appetite. Enjoy!
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3 thoughts on “Fully Load Burger Bowls”
You don’t have to make the vegetarian or vegan distinction… They may be loud but they’re an unbelievably small percentage of the population (especially vegans, 3-5%). Vegan isn’t healthy anyway unless you consume a bunch of processed pills for nutrients you can’t get. 😁
Wow, I didn’t realize how much smaller they were, after all those food documentaries came out on Netflix, that’s when it seemed like everyone wanted to change to vegan or more plant versed diet. I never hopped on board because I was raised on eating meat and I don’t have any shame as of now in my life about it. I like it, but I know many of readers might not like meat for various reasons and have chosen to the vegan lifestyle. I try to make people feel comfortable, so that it avoids drama, but I can’t promise every meal will be meatless, because my meals normally are not.
I don’t think the vegan diet is a “healthier” option either, due to what you said about supplemental pills (though I take at least 3 supplements myself) and don’t have an issue with that.
I have found that being a vegan has its cons just as much as people say eating meat does (never been a vegan) but after listening to some vegans talk about their meals. Now, I also have to take into consideration, some vegans have a balanced diet where they know what they are doing and have done their research & then there are those who hopped on the bandwagon and have no clue as to what they are doing, and their health benefits are small if any.
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