One of my fave staples pre-primal eating was pizza. Letting it go was a bit painful until I received my Well Fed cookbook for my birthday and found Meatza. There are several variations offered, but last night’s was my best yet.
1# grass-fed ground beef
1/2 T turmeric
1 T Italian seasoning
Mix those together and form into patties on a foil lined cookie sheet. I did attempt to not touch the meat, so made patties with a spatula. Pretty obvious by their so-not roundness. Whatever, it’s not like I’m taking a picture of it ;-).
Place in a 400 degree oven for 15 mins. Meanwhile, sauté your favorite or available vegetables. Today I had leftover pepper slices. Throw some grass-fed butter in a skillet, add the peppers and toss to cover with the melted butter. I then add some salt and pepper and turn down the heat a bit.
After all of that, top the meatzas with your choice of marinara sauce. My friend Jen would go off that I was using something from a jar, but oh well. After the sauce, top with your veg and throw in the oven until heated through. Voila!
I also had a head of cauliflower that needed eating, so I rough chopped it up and placed on a foil-lined cookie sheet with olive oil, salt and pepper drizzles over top. I threw on the top rack of the oven while the meatzas cooked and kept in for 25 mins or so.
That was a successful weeknight meal!