Marla Sarris shares a fresh idea for making a simple and delicious paleo breakfast stir-fry the whole family is sure to love. Start with grass-fed beef franks, add your favorite veggies, some free range eggs, and you’ve got something quick and easy that tastes great!
Hotdogs or Franks (short for frankfurter) bring back childhood memories of backyard BBQ’s and summer fun. Many people still love the convenience and flavor of a good beef frank, long past childhood.
Hotdogs often get a bad rap. Grocery store hotdogs are notorious for having a list of un-natural ingredients a mile long. That doesn’t have to be the case though. US Wellness Meats has the best tasting grass-fed, grass-finished, all-beef franks available in three varieties: Plain, Sugar-free, and Sugar-free Garlic. These beef sausages contain NO nitrates, NO nitrites, and NO un-natural ingredients whatsoever.
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Recipe Author: Marla Sarris
Yields: 3 – 4 servings
US Wellness Shopping List: Beef Franks
- 1 small onion, sliced
- 1 package grass-fed beef hot dogs (franks), sliced
- 1 bunch asparagus, trimmed and chopped
- 2-3 cloves garlic, minced
- Seasoning to taste
- Course ground sea salt to taste
- 1 large, free-range organic egg per person (optional)
Directions For Paleo Breakfast Stir Fry
- Add onions to a 10.25-inch cast-iron skillet and cook for 10 minutes over medium heat.
- Add sliced hot dogs, chopped asparagus and minced garlic. Season with Parisien and sea salt and toss to combine in the skillet. Cook until asparagus turns bright green, onions are translucent and hot dog ends start to brown.
- If topping the dish with an egg, transfer the stir-fry to plates or a serving bowl and crack eggs in the same pan, cooking over medium heat until yolks are to your desired consistency. Top dish with an egg and serve.
- Enjoy! 🙂
Meet The Chef
Our thanks to Marla Sarris who is the creator of this and many other amazing recipes. Marla is the co-author of the cookbook, Pigskin Paleo and executive producer of the film, Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things. She’s also authoring a new cookbook, Paleo MX: Authentic Mexican Recipes, which we’re anticipating. You can learn more about Marla here.