Sautéed Beef with Kale & Green Beans
Great ingredients equal a great meal! That's what my husband says and he couldn't be more, right on! This meal is truly a mixture of two simple recipes that I created out of the blue. I started #whole30 five days ago and bought a ton of veggies and meat with which to prepare... I must tell you most of my dishes are infact, unplanned. Feast On, Real Food Eaters & thanks so much for stopping by!
- 1/2 Lb Green Beans
- 1/2-1 Lb Leafy Green Kale
- 1 Lb Grass Fed Ground Beef
- 1-2 Lb Soft Tomatoes
- 2-3 Carrots
- 2 Bunch Scallions
- 1-2 Tablespoons Raw Diced Frozen Ginger
- 1/2-1 Fresh Lemon Juice
- 2-3 Tblspoon Pure Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 2-3 Teaspoon Iodized Sea Salt
- 1/2-1 Teaspoon Pepper
- 1/2-1 Teaspoon Hungarian Paprika
- 1-2 Tablespoon Bulgarian Chubritza
- Great ingredients equal a great meal! First, cut and wash a pound or so of green beans. Bring to a boil with about 2 inches of filtered water. Add 1 teaspoon of sea salt, cover and let simmer until beans are just about done.(keep a close watch, as over cooked veggies ARE NOT yummy and will lose their nutrients the more cooked they become.) I slightly undercooked these green beans for a raw crunchy, effect. Next, wash & cut up a 1/2 pound of fresh kale(or as much as you'd like to use:) Utalize a nice ceramic pot and fill it about an inch and a half with filtered water. Salt with iodized sea salt about a teaspoon (more or less) depending on how much kale you used.) Add pepper and squeeze half a lemon in there too. Cover and bring it to a boil, then reduce heat a bit and cover again for about 10 minutes. Add yummies like one or two sprigs of washed and diced spring onions (scallions) and a nice organic carrot or 3. After water mostly evaporates add a generous 2 tablespoons of Basso Extra Virgin Pure Olive Oil ( you can also use Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil or any oil you wish, but make sure there's no SOY in it.) Mix lovingly and cover that pot again. Next, work on your sautéed beef and spring onions. I used 1 lb of ground grass fed beef and began to fry it zinc a skillet on med to high, with olive oil. I then added salt, pepper & paprika. When it started to brown up I added 2-3 large ripe ripe ripe, delicious tomatoes. I also added a Bulgarian spice (thanks Tatko) called Chubritza (which if you can find it you'll want to rub it with your fingers as you sprinkle about a table spoon of it onto your sautee. Stir & cover the skillet and simmer on low. When everything is finished, serve it up as you wish! This dish was created with two separate meals (beef & green beans), (kale/veggie mix) that I combined. I'm on the Whole 30 and am creating dishes as I go with no actual plan!