A Quick and Delicious Whole30 Beef and Broccoli Recipe

Whole30 Beef + Broccoli

Dinner Made Easy: Whole30 Ground Beef and Broccoli

Are you constantly struggling to find time to shop, cook, and eat the way you want? Well, worry no more! Introducing my new favorite quick and satisfying weeknight meal: Whole30 Ground Beef and Broccoli. In just 15 minutes, you can indulge in a tangy, hearty, and oh-so-delicious one-pan dish that will please any eater.

The Easiest Whole30 Ground Beef and Broccoli Recipe

Traditional beef and broccoli recipes often require slicing and searing steak, but who has the time for all that prep work? That’s why I’ve chosen ground beef as the star protein for this dish. It tastes just as good as sliced steak but requires minimal effort. Plus, it’s a budget-friendly alternative!

To prepare this meal, all you need is one pan and one bowl. Simply toss the ground beef in the pan, take a few minutes to chop the broccoli and mix the sauces, and voila! A bit of stirring, pouring, and drizzling is all that’s left. It couldn’t be easier to create a delicious weeknight dinner.

The Magic of Flavorful Sauces

This recipe features two mouthwatering sauces that elevate the flavors of the dish. While the beef and broccoli cook, pour the first sauce over them. Made with coconut aminos, fish sauce, and sesame oil, it adds an incredible Asian-inspired taste. If you don’t have these ingredients on hand, don’t worry! I’ve included some easy swaps in the recipe notes. However, I highly recommend trying fish sauce and sesame oil in your cooking adventures—they truly add a unique and delicious flavor.

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The second sauce is a Spicy Chili Lime Mayonnaise that you’ll drizzle or dollop over the finished dish. Trust me, don’t skip this step! Not only does it taste fantastic, but it also provides the healthy fats your body needs for a well-rounded meal. With just a few ingredients and a bowl and spoon, you can whip up this creamy and tangy sauce in no time.

Bringing It All Together

From start to finish, this meal takes less than 15 minutes to prepare, cook, and serve. If you’re following a low-carb or keto diet, you can enjoy this recipe as is. Packed with nutritious ingredients and healthy fats, it will keep you feeling full and satisfied. However, if you’re craving some carbs, feel free to serve it with plain white rice or cauliflower rice.

As written, this recipe is suitable for various dietary restrictions, including low carb, keto, paleo, Whole30, grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, and sugar-free. It reheats beautifully, so you can enjoy it again later or freeze it for future meals. And here’s a fun twist—you can even add the leftovers to an omelet for a delicious breakfast the next morning. Trust me, it’s strangely delicious!

I would love to see your creations! When you make this fantastic dish, please tag me in your photos on Instagram. It brings me so much joy to see people enjoying my recipes. Don’t forget to leave your comments and ratings below to help others discover this meal. And if you’re not ready to cook this tonight but want to save the recipe for later, I’ve included a Pinterest image below for your convenience.

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P.S. If you’re in the mood for another one-pan meal, you must try my Paleo Sloppy Joe and Sweet Potato Skillet!

Tags: #asian #beef #beefandbroccoli #chililime #coconutaminos #lime #paleo #whole30

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