A wonderful recipe for a quick healthy meal, I always try to create an easy one dish meal without a lot of fuss.
I don't eat red meat often, but when I do, I buy grass-fed beef. Grain-fed meat looks similar, tastes similar, and smells the same, but the truth is that grass-fed meat and grain-fed meat are two completely different foods. Grass-fed meat isn’t a luxury item – it’s real meat! Factory meat has the wrong fatty acids, contains obesity-causing hormones, and usually has mycotoxins and biotoxins formed by mold in cattle food and meat processing. Grass-fed meat is in a league of its own, but what it does have is nutrition.
1 medium organic sweet potato
8 ounces organic crimini mushrooms
1 pound organic grass fed hamburger
3 handfuls organic baby spinach
1/4 - 1/2 spring water
Salt and Pepper to taste
- Place hamburger into a skillet over medium heat to lightly brown. Once browned, remove hamburger onto a plate.
- Scrub sweet potatoes with a veggie brush. Slice sweet potatoes into 1/2 inch by 1 inch pieces. Slice mushrooms into 1/2 inch slices.
- Place sweet potatoes in warm skillet after removing the hamburger. Don't worry about cleaning the pan in between, the oil and drippings from the hamburger will provide a wonderful richness to the sweet potatoes. Add about 1/4-1/2 cup of water to the pan and cover. Cook over medium heat for 5-7 minutes or until the sweet potatoes begin to soften. Remove the lid and continue cooking until the water evaporates and sweet potatoes begin to caramelize.
- Return the hamburger to the pan along with spinach and mushrooms. Stir together and cook over medium heat until the spinach is wilted and mushrooms soften.