A healthy way to get in your burger fix. Some easy swaps, healthier versions but still delicious! You can choose fresh or frozen burger patties, and whatever type of protein you prefer like chicken, beef, veggie, etc. You can change up your toppings too, depending on what you enjoy. Other variations I've made is with sautéed onions and mushrooms, for more of a savory burger. You can change it up with the fries too using sweet potatoes or yuca instead. Let me know what kind of burger you make below!
(Enough for 2 burgers)
Frozen or fresh burger patties
1/2 red onion
(More than enough for 2 people)
2 large potatoes
You'll begin by washing your potatoes and then slicing or cutting to the size your prefer. I like thin crispy fries, which is why mine are cut as so. On a sheet pan, cover with olive oil, salt, pepper and garlic powder. When all potatoes are covered, bake in the oven at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. The time can vary depending on how you like yours cooked, so check after 30 minutes. Then to begin your burger, I used fresh patties. I grilled both on my stove top griddle, within a few minutes. Then just simply slice up your red onion, tomato, and avocado for serving. Tear off 3 lettuce cups to create a sturdy like bun underneath. Once done, enjoy!