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Grassfed beef, tomato & onion zucchini boats

Updated: Apr 28

These tasty zucchini boats can be great for snacks, kids food ideas and can even be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Easy to make and assemble



KITCHEN ITEMS YOU NEED

  • Glass, granite or quartz cutting board

  • Stainless kitchen knife for cutting veggies

  • Non toxic casserole dish

  • Stainless steel or cast iron skillet

  • Silicone spatula

  • Stainless steel spoon

FOOD PREP


  • First wash your zucchini

  • Using your cutting board and knife slice the zucchinis horizontally in half.

  • With your stainless spoon, spoon out the centers of the zucchini and set the centers aside in a bowl (you'll want to throw this in with your ground beef)

  • Now it's time to cut and dice your tomatoes, onions and cherry tomatoes. Once you are done cutting up your veggies, set them aside.












INGREDIENTS

  • 1/2 lb ground grassfed/grass finished beef

  • 2 green zucchini

  • 1/2 organic white onion

  • 8 organic cherry tomatoes

  • 1 organic garlic clove

  • 1 t organic Oregano

  • 1/4 t celtic sea salt

  • Dash cayenne pepper


INSTRUCTIONS

  1. After you've prepped your zucchini

  2. Get out your stainless steel skillet and turn your stove top to low to medium heat.

  3. Place your grass-fed ground beef into the skillet and brown your ground beef until completely cooked.

  4. Once your meat is cooked throw in the veggies you chopped

  5. Once vegetables are added, drop in the rest of the spices, salts and peppers.

  6. With your silicone spatula, incorporate the vegetables and spices together well.

  7. Cook for another 10 minutes on low/med heat constantly incorporating and stirring to keep meats and vegetables from burning or sticking.

  8. Turn off heat source

  9. Now it's time to assemble your zucchini boats.

  10. Scoop the meat and vegetable mixture into the prepared zucchini boats

  11. Serve Hot!



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