We’ve finally started to have a few sunny days – the perfect time to get the barbecue out and try out some Paleo Barbecue Recipes!
There were a few recipes I’d wanted to try in Mark Sisson’s cookbook, The Primal Blueprint Cookbook, which had been waiting for some sunshine. I amended the recipes according to which ingredients I could get – and what I already had in my kitchen.
I managed to get hold of some turkey (I don’t know why it’s not more popular in Australia?), an essential ingredient in the Turkey Kebabs I wanted to make. I also made Green Chili Burgers, based on a recipe in the book. Sadly mine were made with regular beef and not bison as the recipe suggests (another type of meat I’ve not seen in Australia).
Ingredients:200g minced (ground) turkey 1 egg (I’m using omega 3 enriched eggs at the moment) 1 tablespoon dried parsley ½ teaspoon each of garlic powder, cumin, paprika & salt ¼ teaspoon of cinnamon & cayenne pepper 1 spoon of olive oil
It doesn’t get much simpler! I simply added the ingredients (except the oil) to the food processor and blended until everything was well mixed in. I then formed the meat into kebabs on wooden skewers and coated with a little olive oil.
The kebabs were then barbecued until cooked thoroughly.
Ingredients:200g minced (ground) beef 1 teaspoon dried chilli 2 tablespoons coriander (cilantro) Half a small finely diced onion 1 teaspoon cumin ½ teaspoon chilli powder & salt 2 eggs
I put everything except the eggs in the food processor and blended well. I then formed the meat into burger shapes and cooked thoroughly on the barbecue. Whilst the burgers were cooking I fried the eggs and served them on top of the burgers.
Along with the meat, I made a simple salad to complete the meal.
With it being this easy to make burgers and kebabs, I don’t know why anyone would buy them ready-made!
What are your favourite barbecue recipes?