I’ve found that pork rinds dip nicely into queso, ranch dip, and guacamole. Pretty much an edible spoon.
3 boiled eggs with some butter and little round cheezes melted on it…mixed it all up! Man was that good.
I saute’ some mushrooms, onion and celery in a bit of butter or bacon fat. Once they get a bit of color, I add a pound of pork sausage, salt and pepper a bit, and break it up good. Mix it together good and cover for a few minutes. Once the sausage is close to done, I add some Braggs liquid aminos, chili paste to desired heat, plenty of garlic powder, about 1/2 tsp ginger powder and a little stevia powder.
stir it up good and add a bunch of chopped up cabbage. Mix and leave covered on medium until cabbage is the desired consistency.
When it’s done, I drizzle on some sesame oil and mix it together one more time.
I don’t really measure anything. But too much ginger powder gets overpowering, so I’m careful with that.
And of course fresh ginger and garlic would be awesome.
Thanks so much! I’ll give it another go😊
I’m going to make crack slaw too. Sounds yummy!
For the life of me I cannot make pork chops without them turning out dry. Is this a good recipe for non-dry pork chops?
My wife is interstate for work this week (yet again), and is having pork rinds with chicken pate for lunch, apparently
I think the trick to good pork chops is to choose some that are thick cut and bone in. And don’t over cook them. I cook them until they’re medium-well, leave the slightest bit of pink otherwise they get dry and rubbery.
Wow! You want a job as a cook?
Here you go:
Both good ideas, guys! Thanks! Still fairly new to Keto. Been Keto for three months.
@Elle1 you don’t need a slow cooker for these. Keto connect and headbangers kitchen both have great recipes for these.
- Scrambled eggs, topped with pico and sour cream.
- Buffalo chicken salad
- Steak with Brussels sprouts, bacon, and cream cheese(this is seriously so damn good)
- Zuppa tocana soup- made with cauliflower instead of potatoes.
- Indian curry anything
Thanks Melissa. I’m going to look these up!
My top 5 meals are:
- Ribeye steak, brown butter sauce, fried mushrooms, creamed spinach or crisp lettuce with a ranch dressing
- Smoked salmon (dill cure) with creamy scrambled eggs
- Lamb kleftiko, made with Swede or radishes instead of potato
- Pork belly slices, fried until crispy, with a mayo-mustard-Worcestershire sauce dip
- Chicken wings, hot sauce, blue cheese dip
That wouldn’t be pork steak and pork sausage by any chance?
King Of Pork.
- Keto chili
- Salmon with asparagus
- Bratwurst dipped in mustard
- Eggs and sausage
- Cheddar broccoli soup
chicken strips made with pork panko and parm cheese mixture
salmon cakes (same batter)
I always loved a bacon cheese tomato sandwich , but now i use 2 cheeseburgers (upside down) as the bread with bacon and tomato in the middle. Sometimes I’ll add a fried egg on top. Very filling for an OMAD meal.
My go too, when hungry, is chicken wings and I double bake with Franks Hot Sauce and use sour cream to help reduce the heat. I always have a dozen wings in the fridge to use as an appetizer, or dessert, or a snack. Keeps me sane.
Salad with cheese, bacon, tomato, hard boiled egg, with Oil and Vinegar dressing and throw on some parmesan cheese. Usually with a ribeye, a filet of salmon, or any hunk of meat. Easy Peasy.
Any ground beef casserole with cheese including meatloaf.
Bacon cheese burgers.
That looks awesome, haha, and on a fasting day, I gotta get out of this section .