And you thought keto was boring!
I’ve got smoked guanciale (pork jowls) in my freezer. Can’t wait to do the same! ZC journey launch only 2 days away !!! So ready for it!!!
Yours look better than mine. I tend to like burgers just seared, but these would have been nicer with more crispiness. I’ll have to try again!
Mine were barely pink tho. Yesterday I ate the beef raw with a raw egg. Lol
How was the brown butter sauce made? Looks yummy.
It is yummy! I browned some butter, added a bit of rendered bacon fat, heavy cream and simmered until thick. If it looks like it’s separating add a little more heavy cream and stir off of the heat. It should look like gravy.
Today’s meal was a decent chunk of this 2.3kg (5lb) pork roast. I never realised how delicious the rendered lard & caramelised scrapings from the bottom of the pan is, due to years of stupidly following stupid mainstream advice to avoid fat. It made a nice ZC gravy with plenty left over for tomorrow.
Thanks for the recipe! I will have to try it. That is always my biggest Dilemma when eating ZC is sauces. This one sounds really good!
It really was! I’m gonna make more this weekend for next week and may even have sausage and ‘gravy’.
I used to feel guilty for enjoying those scrappings… keto has see free!
Last night I made my first batch of cloud bread to make sandwiches as a trial run. This turned out quite well!
Lunch at work ZC options?
What’s it made of? Separated eggs?
GREAT idea!! Just brown butter? Do you add something ? I can’t eat cheese but butter is fine!
One meal only again today, just not hungry. Dinner (I suppose it’s really breakfast eaten in the evening) was lamb souvlaki, cooked on rotisserie over coals & 2 scallops, from the fish n chip shop. The scallops come deep fried in batter but that batter comes off completely revealing the lovely inside. Sorry I’ve noticed too late my last 2 photos are blurry
I brown the butter, add a little rendered bacon fat, and then heavy cream. It’s a similar process of making ganache when you really think about it. If the mixture looks clumpy and separated add a little more heavy cream a bit at a time until it looks like gravy.