Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Anti-Inflammatory Recipe of the Week

In September of 2015 I started Dr. Weil's Anti-Inflammatory Diet after being diagnosed with Stage 4 Endometriosis.  I share a new recipe each week to help those who may need to modify their eating habits to better their health. 
Food is medicine - You are what you eat 


You can find out more about the Anti-Inflammatory Diet by going here

I love burgers.  LOVE

Like, my dad created his own burger when I was a kid and named it the Dikkeboom Burger (Dikkeboom is my maiden name).  It has bacon and shredded cheese mixed into the ground beef. They are amazing.
My kids LOVE them
My husband LOVES them
...and, I cannot eat them now.  

But, I do still love a good burger.  I'm just not too keen on purchasing pre-made meatless burgers from the store.  The added ingredients/chemicals to the pre-packaged meatless options still cause me to pause. So, I set off to find a really good meatless burger option that didn't taste disgusting.  And, I found it!  

The reason why I love this recipe from All Recipe (by jeshaka) is because it's easy to make and I can modify it - which I need to do since I am gluten free.  I simply omit the flour altogether and use 3 slices of gluten free bread.  I've also omitted both the flour and bread and used gluten free flour instead.  It all depends on what I have on hand.  I half the chili-garlic sauce for my families taste.  But let me tell you, it's the seafood seasoning that makes this burger awesome!  Also, I just throw everything into my food processor and let it do the work.  Easy, peasy!

You can find the recipe here.  Enjoy!

Oh, so what are you suppose to do for a bun if you are gluten free?  Don't use one!  Or, make these yummy Cauliflower Bread Buns by Kirbie's Cravings.

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