Wow, I threw this together tonight, and it came out fantastic.
Started with a super (my best yet, see below) Cauliflower mashed potatoes.
Reserve 1 cup and set rest aside.
1/2 lb of extremely lean grass fed ground beef, browned.
1 medium onion lightly browned with the ground beef.
2 cloves garlic lightly browned with the ground beef.
1 heaping cup fresh local green beans, lightly steamed (about 8-10 mon)
(water was already hot from steaming cauliflower)
About 6 large baby carrots sliced and steamed with green beans.
3 medium radishes sliced and steamed with green beans.
A large handful of Kale, massaged and squeezed by hand (like one would do for a salad to release bitterness).
About 1 tsp Tumeric
1 heaping tsp Himalayan crystal salt in cauliflower mashed potatoes
1/4 level tsp ground black pepper in cauliflower mashed potatoes
1/8 tsp ground cloves in cauliflower mashed potatoes
1 Tbl unsalted grass fed butter in cauliflower mashed potatoes
1 scant 1/4 cup 2% milk in cauliflower mashed potatoes
1 Tbl virgin coconut oil in cauliflower mashed potatoes
Mix all ingredients including the 1 cup Cauliflower mashed potatoes,
but leaving aside the remaining Cauliflower mashed potatoes.
Pour into a casserole dish.
Spread the remaining Cauliflower mashed potatoes on top.
* Bake covered in a preheated 350 deg F oven for about 15 min.
Remove cover and finish under broiler for about 5 min.
You can just bake for the entire 20 mins.
And IF the ingredients were prepared earlier or are some cold left-overs, then bake a little longer to heat through.
Vegetables will be a perfect texture.
We do not usually eat corn, but there was some left over from our daughter,
when she ate out, so I added a scant 1/2 cup.
My wife and I ate half each.
P about 24g or 3 blocks.
C about 32g minus 12g fiber = 20g or 2 blocks.
F depends on your ingredients, ours was about 18g or 6 blocks each
(we double our fat)
We each had a nice glass of Merlot (red) wine (4oz) for 3 total blocks C.
Even though its summer, it was a rainy evening.
My wife remarked that, "You could make this every day for a month!"
P.S. We had our 1-1/2 yr old grandson over as we do most Friday evenings,
and he really liked it too - <grin>