Yesterday I made homemade mayonnaise using the recipe Kathleen posted on Ocean Full of Lemons. It’s a simple recipe consisting mostly of olive oil, apple cider vinegar, eggs, and mustard. My mayonnaise came out a bit yellower and a bit runnier than hers, but it was delicious nonetheless. However I soon realized that I had a lot of mayonnaise to use up and thus… mayonnaise burgers were born.
After learning more about meat and nutrition I decided to cook these burgers over a lower heat, for a longer period of time, and covered them with a lid during the process. This cooking method paired with the half-cup of mayonnaise mixed into the beef resulted in some incredibly moist burgers, cooked to perfection. Enjoy!
- 1.3 lb Grass-fed Beef (85/15)
- ½ cup Homemade Mayonnaise
- ¼ cup Coconut Flour
Use your hands to mix together the beef, homemade mayonnaise, and coconut flour until they are well-blended. Form the mixture into approximately 6 patties. Cook the patties over medium-low heat for 5 minutes on each side. Make sure to cover them with the lid of your pan while they cook. Garnish with a dollop of homemade mayonnaise or any other condiment your heart desires.