Bringing recipes over from Northwest Cavegirls. This one is from Cavegirl Kate.
YES! They taste as good as they look.
Found the recipe for these delicious burgers and buns HERE at Multiply Delicious. Their site is fantastic and well worth a look… go on then. OK! please read my post first and then head on over :)
This meal took quite a while to make and comes in many parts but between my hubby and I we nailed it. I made the buns and the sweet potato fries and hubby made the burgers and the mayonnaise.
If you want the recipe please head over to Multiply Delicious. We made no alterations to the recipe other than adding a few spicy herbs. We already had a rub mix made up (4 tbsp. paprika, 1 tsp. salt, 2 tbsp. chili powder, 2 tbsp. ground cumin, 1 tbsp. black pepper, 1 tbsp. dried oregano, 2 tsp. cayenne pepper) and we used a little of this to spice up the burgers for the adults, which made them taste even nicer. Hubby and I also added a jalapeño to each of our too… we like it spicy ;)
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Sweet Potato Fries
I peeled and sliced into matchsticks, 2 lrg. sweet potatoes. Try and make them all the same size as this will make baking them easier! Throw them in a ziplock bag and add some mixed dried herbs of your choice and a couple of glugs of olive oil. Shake well :) Place parchment paper onto a baking sheet and spread fries evenly and not touching each other. Bake for around 20 mins. If you are looking for a crispy fire then you may want to deep fry them. I liked them oven baked :)
The burgers call for ground chicken, bacon and sun-dried tomatoes and a bunch of fresh herbs.
Garlic Herb Aioli
For all the full recipes please head over to Multiply Delicious HERE and scroll down to find everything you need to be able make your own Paleo Sundried Tomato Herb Chicken Sliders.
Thank you Multiply Delicious for the motivation and inspiration to get creative in my paleo kitchen. From making these sliders, hubby and I have a desire to make some buffalo burgers and to try making the buns without the herbs to see if we can make a regular bun for use in sandwiches. I'll keep you posted :)