Green Curry Beef Mushroom Sliders

Green Curry Beef Mushroom Sliders

For recipe #7 in the Thai Kitchen Canada #TKLucky7 Lucky Recipe Challenge, I created these little Green Curry Beef Mushroom Sliders, which, if you are watching the #GoldenGlobes tonight, would make for some perfect finger food! For recipe 1recipe 2recipe 3recipe 4, recipe 5, and recipe 6 see appropriate links. This is the final recipe in the Lucky Recipe Challenge and I’d like to say that I had an amazing time creating all these fun Global Mash-Ups, but also live blogging for a week straight! In all four and a half years of blogging, I have never live blogged and I have NEVER blogged seven days in a row. Not being braggy, but posting seven recipes for seven days entails a whole helluva lot of work, dedication and time! I really, truly hope you guys love these recipes and have enjoyed all the posting I’ve been doing. 

Green Curry Beef Mushroom Sliders

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These sliders are my new favourite in all the recipes I’ve created for this competition. They are cute, easy and delicious! They are gluten, dairy, soy and sugar free and 100% PALEO! Seriously, once you’ve gone mushroom bun, you ain’t never going back to a flour based bun. They may be harder to eat (because juicy deliciousness might run down your arm) but they are much less filling than regular buns, are filled with oodles of natural umami goodness and you could probably eat about 16 of them in one sitting. Delicious!

Green Curry Beef Mushroom SlidersOne year ago: DIY Squat Stands
Two years ago: Roasted Cauliflower Salad
Three years ago: Beef Stroganoff
Four words ago: Easy Pulled Pork Sandwiches

Green Curry Beef Mushroom Sliders

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 35 minutes

Yield: 6 Sliders

Green Curry Beef Mushroom Sliders. Sliders taken to the next level. Gluten free mushroom buns and a spicy hint of Thai Green Curry. #TKLucky7

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Remove stems from mushrooms and discard. Lay stem side down on parchment or silicone lined baking tray and brush with melted coconut oil. Cover with aluminum foil lightly and bake in preheated oven for 10 minutes. Remove and allow to cool slightly.
  2. In a small bowl, mix the beef, 1 tbsp of the curry paste and dehydrated onions together until well blended. Using a patty form or your hands, form 2 oz patties (if you don't have a form or a scale, just divide the meat into 6 and form into patties).
  3. Preheat a heavy cast iron pan on medium heat, fry patties for 2-3 minutes per side or until golden brown and well seared.
  4. In a separate bowl, whisk the remaining curry paste with the coconut milk, cilantro, garlic, salt and lime until smooth.
  5. Serve patties on mushroom caps as "buns" with sauce for dipping or pour sauce over patties before topping with second cap.

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Thai Kitchen Lucky Recipe Challenge, see below for the rest of the contestants information.

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The other six contestants from across Canada are:

Vancouver: That’s me!
Calgary: Jo-Anna of A Pretty Life in the Suburbs
Regina: Stacey of This lil Piglet
Toronto: Melissa of Sexy Food Therapy
Ottawa: Don of Foodie Prints
Halifax: Kelly of Bacon and Baileys
Montreal: Jason of Shut Up and Eat!

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Green Curry Beef Mushroom Sliders

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