Beet burgers

Lovely dinner idea using as many colours of the rainbow as possible and increasing your 5-a-day to more like 7-10 vegetables a day. All you need is 500g of grass-fed organic beef mince, 225g of organic beetroots (grated) (I like 'So organic' cooked beetroot in its natural juices), 2 cloves of garlic (crushed), 1-2 shallots or small/medium onion (grated), salt, pepper, cumin to season. No added eggs, breadcrumbs, flours or bread needed to hold it altogether. Combine mince with grated beetroots, crushed garlic, grated onions and above seasoning. Leave it standing for a bit. Form balls or burgers by wetting your hand and fry it in taste and aroma free coconut oil, ghee or mix of coconut oil and grass-fed butter. Fry it about 3 minutes on each side. Serve it hot and keep leftovers for your lunchbox. It's a real favourite in our household. 

Accompany it with roasted sweet potato. Finish it with grass-fed butter (I like 'Kerrygold' unsalted) whilst it's hot so the butter can melt over it. Add steamed vegetables of your taste. I added a mix of steamed courgette, asparagus and Brussel sprouts. 

For a different experience, steam quinoa and add the juice of the pan. Bon appetit!