My sister Phoebe is a very creative and healthy cook. I love to get recipes from her! Here is one she just posted recently that I am excited to try. Check it out:
For the hash:
Use your food processor to shred two large sweet potatoes.
Chop 1/2 of a large onion finely.
Place a tab of grass-fed butter (I use Kerrygold) in a pan on medium/high heat and sautee the onions.
When the onions become clear add the potatoes and salt to taste. You can mix them to cook, or, if you like them crispier, you can make potato pancakes and cook each separately. Cook until crispy on the outsides.
For the slaw:
Place two avocados into a food processor with 1 tbsp olive oil a little cumin (or a lot if you like spicy) a little salt and a squeeze of lemon juice and lime juice. Pulse until smooth. Fold into half a bag of cole slaw or shredded cabbage (I can’t find shredded cabbage on its own).
For the burger:
Mix ground turkey with a pinch of cumin, a small amount of paprika, a little shredded cheddar cheese, and salt and pepper to taste. Then form burgers with it and cook in a pan on mediumhigh heat until each side is browned. I like each side to be a little crispy.
Put some potatoes on your plate, top them with the slaw, and finally place the burger on top. Yum!