{organic beef and potato lettuce wraps w/ caramelized shallots and fresh sugar snaps}

5 Mar

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this is one colourful dish! and fun to eat, too!

simple ingredients : 

– 1 pound organic grass-fed beef {i choose 85%}

– 1/2 pound fingerling potatoes {any potato will do, i just had leftovers}

– 1 medium shallot

– handful sugar snap peas, shelled

artisan lettuce wraps

– organic shredded cheese of choice {i went with cheddar}

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directions :

saute chopped shallots on medium to high heat with a few tablespoons EVOO.  allow to caramelize slightly, then deglaze with water or white wine.  add in ground beef and cook thoroughly, sprinkling in a healthy dose of S&P as you go.  toss in cooked potatoes and mix together.  finally, add in sugar snap peas and cook for another minute or two… smear into lettuce leaves and add enjoy!

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so fun to eat!  and easy clean up!

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sprinkle on some shredded cheese for more flavour!

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6 Responses to “{organic beef and potato lettuce wraps w/ caramelized shallots and fresh sugar snaps}”

  1. anthony0358 March 5, 2014 at 6:55 am #

    this all looks so super squishy delicious too!

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  2. shmonica March 5, 2014 at 9:29 am #

    Those look delicious

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  3. Chocolate Covered Race Medals March 5, 2014 at 9:49 am #

    So healthy and delish looking. Honestly how do you get such amazing lighting? It all looks like natural lighting — do you just get lucky to have amazing natural lighting in your adorable little home?

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    • Chocolate Covered Race Medals March 5, 2014 at 12:49 pm #

      I guess I’m going to have to go get some studio lighting lol — it makes SUCH a difference! Your pictures are always perfect!

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      • cooking with audrey March 5, 2014 at 12:51 pm #

        you don’t HAVE to use lighting – there are lots of ways to get good light… hang a white sheet in front of a bright window and place your food there. just one suggestion 😉
        but i’m so glad that you enjoy my fotos – i tend to be a perfectionist sometimes to a fault.

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