Bunless Hamburger Quick Dinner

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your own hamburger patty for a healthier take on the most American dish – the hamburger.

I mixed Dried cranberries, fennel, salt an pepper ( add feta or any crumbly cheese if you have some in your pantry) with lean ground beef/turkey to make my patties. You can really use any variation of add-ins you want.

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I served patty on top of a nest of cooked pasta and spinach.

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I garnished with some spicy dijon mustard (artfully) to add an extra kick of flavors since I made no sauce.

This may sound unusual, but it tastes great to me (I’m eating it while blogging it.)

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