Garlic Aioli Burger With Parsnip Fries

It’s grill season, and we’ve got an uber-flavorful update on a true summer classic— Primal Kitchen® Garlic Aioli Mayo Burgers! Grab some grass-fed beef chuck, and pull together your favorite toppings and parsnips fries for an unbeatable primal burger packed with all-American flavor.

Mix and match your favorite toppings, and dig into juicy burgers infused with our mouthwatering Garlic Aioli Mayo. Dairy-free, gluten-free and undeniably delicious, it’s an easy win for your backyard parties or “nights in” this summer.

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Time: 40 min

Servings: 2



Spread 12 oz. of freshly-ground, organic and grass-fed beef chuck (roughly a 70/30 mix) out on a baking sheet. Season with salt and pepper, and then toss the meat back together gently.

Grab half the meat, and lightly move it from hand to hand until you form it into a ball.

Pat the ball into a disk (3/4- to 1-inch thick) on the baking sheet. Do the same for a second patty.

Add a thick layer of Garlic Aioli Mayo to both patties.

Preheat the grill to medium or medium-high heat. Oil the grate with Primal Kitchen Spray Avocado Oil.

Grill the burgers (flip when the meat once it releases from the grill grate without sticking, or after about 5 minutes). Remove the burgers from the grill, and wrap them in butter lettuce (or other lettuce of choice).

Top with more Garlic Aioli Mayo, Primal Kitchen Ketchup, Primal Kitchen Mustard, tomatoes, chiles, pickles, onions, avocado, and more.

Serve with parsnip fries. Enjoy!

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  1. I am confused. Are we grilling these burgers with the mayo on them? What happens when we flip the burger? Sounds like a mess on the grill.

    1. I thought it would make a mess too but it really didn’t. Cook them with the mayo on top then when you turn them over, they’ve already been soaking into the meat so you don’t lose the flavor.

  2. Please keep in mind the fact that I`m suffering from what I hope will be transitory low-carb crabbiness but….does every blog post need to be a poorly disguised advertisement for Primal Kitchen products? Yes, everybodies got a right to make a living, blah, blah blah. Yes, I`ll always be grateful for Mark for showing me how to improve my health, yadda, yadda, yadda. Still, there`s nothing healthy about being hit over the head with advertising everytime I visit the blog — no matter how nutritious or delicious the products may be.

  3. @ Jesse. I tend to agree with you. I also suspect that some of the Primal Kitchen products aren’t doing too well. Hence the big push. I’ve tried several of the salad dressings and, frankly, they need quite a bit of improvement.

  4. Thanks for sharing. What a fantastic dish you have shared. I really liked it. It is looking nutritious and fantastic. I will suggest people to try this once.