RunAmok Mama's Sizzling "S-Bombs"
With the long holiday weekend coming up, I know many of you will be eager to break out that grill once more! Mouthwatering, satisfying fun! Your holiday experience will be complete when you enjoy this awesomely "authentic" camp-food!
Super-versatile, S-Bombs can be served as a stand-alone meal, or accompany all the goods of a full-on BBQ... Either way... JUST... YUM.
For all the allure, S-Bombs are simple to prepare, and can be cooked over the grill, in the oven, or even IN A CAMP FIRE! Depending upon how you tweak these, the recipe can be S or even fit as an E for Trim Healthy Mama... So be excited... Very exited!
Considering fire-season has been harsh for many areas, that campfire idea may have to wait until late spring or early summer... If your area is at high-risk of fire, please don't go all "crazy-camper" and start a wildfire! In the meanwhile, I am giving the directions for cooking on a BBQ grill. In a pinch, this can be easily adapted to a regular oven.
To get you started...
3-4 Sweet Onions (can sub with different variety)
1-2 pounds of raw ground beef (or sub venison or ?)
1 C Shredded cheese (we like a mix)
1 can Olives... Minus 5 "finger-tips worth" (ha)
2 TBS Garlic, dried/minced (or sub fresh, to taste)
1 TBS Chili powder
1 tsp THM Himalayan Mineral Salt
Ground Black Pepper
Homemade, sugar-free ketchup
1-2 Wasa crushed Wasa Crackers
Use up your small onion sections!
The recipe is written as an "S" for Trim Healthy Mama... but using 5oz or less of 96% - 99% lean meat (per serving) along with a low-fat or non-fat cheese, and served alongside an adequate carb-source, this could be used as the protein and fat source for your E meal.
An example would be: 1 - 2 "S" Bombs (Maybe we should call them "E" Bombs in this case, huh?) served with 1/2 ear of grilled corn on the cob. (Yes... You *can* have corn, occasionally, in an E setting.)
The meat is your protein source; the low-fat cheese and/or olives would be your fat source; the corn would be your carb source. In place of corn, you could have 3/4 cup of quinoa OR 3/4 cup of beans OR a piece of fruit OR even a small fruit smoothie! (There are other, equally appropriate carb-sources -- These are just some quick ideas.)
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