What a set of buns…(Paleo Portobello Burger)

There are just some things in life that are perfect just the way they are….and one of Bunless-Portobello-Burgerthose things is the All-American favorite hamburger!  Now how can you improve upon perfection?…easy make it Paleo and get rid of the bread and replace it with the Super-Star of mushrooms, the one and only PORTOBELLO!  

 

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Portobello Burger
Serves 6
Taking the All-American favorite burger to a whole new level!
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Ingredients
  1. 3 lb Grass-fed Ground Beef
  2. 10 Portobello Mushroom Caps
  3. 1 heel Garlic, diced
  4. 1 Onion, diced
  5. Salt, Pepper, Italian Seasoning
  6. Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar
  7. 2¾ lb Slab Bacon slabs
  8. Mixed Salad Greens
  9. Tomatoes, sliced
  10. Avocado, chopped
  11. Olive Oil, Balsamic Vinegar
Instructions
  1. Start the grill fire (can be made on stove top frying pan)
  2. While the grill heats up, make the burgers: combine the beef with the diced garlic, onion, and the spices. Using your hands, mix thoroughly, then ball up and pat out to patties.
  3. Once the grill temperature starts to settle around 500 degrees, or so, add the slab bacon to the grill to start cooking down. Don't worry that it will cook too fast - slab bacon takes MUCH longer than hand-made burgers! Make sure to cover the grill when you're done.
  4. Flip the bacon every 10 minutes.
  5. After about 20 minutes cook time, you can add the mushroom caps to the grill. Place them bottom-up, and baste them slightly with balsamic and olive oil. Make sure to cover the grill when you're done.
  6. Flip the mushrooms and the bacon after about 10 minutes of cook time. Make sure to cover the grill when you're done.
  7. After another 10 minutes, remove the mushrooms and put them on a platter on the side.
  8. As you remove the mushrooms, add the burgers to the grill. Make sure to cover the grill when you're done.
  9. Flip the burgers after about 10 minutes of cook time.
  10. As soon as the burgers are done and ready, lay the mushrooms out on a plate, serve the burgers on top of the mushrooms, and enjoy!!
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