Good #LCHF Eats – Buffalo Nachos, Roasted Chicken on Oopsie Rolls

So every time I go to Costco I make sure I pick up some ground buffalo meat. I make burgers, meatballs, chili and nachos with buffalo. So here’s what I do for nachos: I saute some chopped up onions and sweet peppers, add my one pound of ground buffalo meat, break it up and cook it through, I then add a small can of green chilies, lots of ground cumin, some chili powder, Mexican oregano (regular oregano is OK), granulated garlic, some salsa, some red sauce if I have some open (or tomato paste and water (or instead of water, stock)) and a small can of diced tomatoes, salt and pepper. So simmer that for a while until the moisture is almost gone.

Now you can use this mixture in tacos, on pizzas, for nachos, in omelets or on a LCHF bun for a Sloppy Jose! For nachos I like to use cheese crackers.

  

Inside an omelet topped with sour cream, salsa and guacamole 

Tacos with “cheese” tortillas

Chicken, I think, is the most popular protein in the world! I love chicken, especially when it comes with crispy chicken skin!

Make some oopsie rolls to make a variety of sandwiches including roasted chicken sandwiches!

I toast my oopsie rolls on top of the toaster (inside they’ll burn fast). You’ll still have to watch them on top though.

 

 

Toast the other side

Chicken liver pate sandwich

Salami sandwich

Egg salad sandwich

These oopsie rolls are also great for burgers, sliders and breakfast sandwiches!

Be sure to take my 21 Day Primal Fun Foods Challenge for video recipes for pizzas, breads, “pastas”, desserts and more!

 

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