Giant Sweet Potato Pancake 

This is a great breakfast side dish to make when you are a bit short for time in the morning but still want to make something delicious and beautiful! 

1 large sweet potato or yam, peeled and shredded 

2 green onions, chopped 

4 bacon strips, cooked and chopped 

4 tablespoons Ottos Cassava Flour 

3 tablespoons water

4 heaping tablespoons ghee /coconut oil or Kerrygold

1/4 teaspoon salt & pepper 

  • Combine all ingredients except for whatever fat you are using 
  • Melt 2 heaping tablespoons of ghee in large skillet. 
  • Add the sweet potato mixture to the hot skillet and shape into a nice and flat pancake.
  • Set heat to low and cover.  Cook for 15 minute. 
  • Take cover off, raise heat to MED and check often until the bottom is gold brown. 
  • When bottom is golden remove from heat, place a plate over top of skillet, and flip. 
  • Melt the remaining ghee and slide the giant pancake into skillet. Cook on medium for 3-5 minutes until golden. 
  • Place on cutting board and use a pizza cutter to slice. 

   
  

    
    
    
 

Fergie’s Saucy Pot Roast

  
The secret to perfect Pot Roast! 

Fergie’s Perfect Pot Roast 

1 4-5 pound Chuck Roast 

2 tablespoons oil or bacon fat 

1/2 container organic beef broth 

1 14 oz Muir Organic Fire Roasted Tomatoes 

1 8 oz can roasted and diced hatch Chile

3 T Garlic Lovers @flavorgod 

2 t dried oregano 

1/2 t crushed red pepper 

6-8 diced carrots 

4-6 garlic, chopped 

1 cup caramelized onions 

– Start your pressure cooker on sauté/simmer. Add the oil/bacon fat. Get that nice and hot!

 – Salt and Pepper your roast on both sides.

 – Sear the roast well on both sides.

 – Add all ingredients. 

– Cancel setting and restart on Manual for 45 minutes. Cover and let the pot do its magic!!!! 

– Allow pressure to release on its own.

 – Serve with mashed potatoes, rice or like me with some steaming and creamy polenta! 

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A PRESSURE COOKER ASK ME AND I WILL POST OVEN DIRECTIONS. 

 
    
   

Fergie’s Pumpkin Chili 

Ok… When your kid tells you how much he loves your chili you just have to share the recipe! 

2 pounds grass fed ground beef 

(You can mix meat cuts like 1 pound ground and 1 pound Chuck Chunks) 

1 small onion, diced 

4 garlic cloves, minced 

1 (14oz) can Muir Organic Fire Roasted Tomatoes

1 (15oz) Organic Pumpkin 

2 tablespoons chili powder 

2 tablespoons paprika 

2 tablespoon sea salt 

1 teaspoon cumin 

1 teaspoon oregano 

2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar

1 cup Chicken or beef broth

1/4 cup cacao powder 

– Heat a cast iron dutch oven and add the beef, onions, and garlic.  

– Remove 1/2 the fat once beef is fully cooked. 

– Add the chili powder, paprika, sea salt, cumin and oregano. 

– Cook for at least 3 minutes on medium.  Add the pumpkin, tomatoes, broth and apple cider vinegar and cacao powder. 

– Simmer on low for up to 45 minutes.