Part 1 - Roasted veggies
Part 2 - Easy Fritatta
- 1 lb grass fed ground beef
- 1 large onion
- 1 jar tomato sauce
- basil, oregano, garlic powder
- 1 large winter squash (such as butternut squash) OR 3 medium sweet potatoes. In the pictures here, I have used a Kabocha, a type of Japanese pumpkin.
- Grass fed butter
- frozen spinach
If you are using sweet potato, you may chop them up and boil them until soft, which usually takes 20 minutes.
In the meantime, we will make the tomato-beef mix
And once the onions look a little browned and are sizzling niceley, you can put in the ground beef and break it up into little chunks, mixing it around with the onion.
Let this brown too for a few minutes, stirring regularly.
Now is when you can add your jar of tomoto sauce. Alternativeley, you can add one of those small cans of tomato paste. Then stir in the dried oregano, garlic powder, and fresh or dried basil. A few shakes of the oregano and garlic, and aout 5-10 chopped up leaves of basil.
If your pan is too small to do this, just use aother pan. I'm just showing you a way you can reduce pan usage and have less cleaning up at the end.
Enjoy! This keeps well in the fridge or freezer as leftovers for a few days, and makes a perfect pre-made meal for those busy days.