That looks awesome, haha, and on a fasting day, I gotta get out of this section .
Holy crap that looks good. How do you make that? it looks layered.
Thanks for posting these recipes. I’m going to try these!
Bacon and eggs. Simple and effective
Pork shoulder steak with broccoli
Cold-smoked, hot-seared ribeye
Smoked chicken thigh taco salad
BLT lettuce wrap
Other options: sous vide, then sear. Brine in salt water too, with or without sous vide.
Large dinner salad with romain lettuce, collard greens, baby spinach, parsley, red onion, mushrooms, radishes, celery, red cabbage, cucumber, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatto, radish leaves, kale, avecado. Then my own dressing with olive oil, white vinegar, apple cider vinagear, crushed garlic, lemon juice, dijon mustard, fresh diced onion, leaf thyme, leaf parsley, lite salt, pepper, leaf oregno, leaf basil.
I make the salad 2 at a time and the dressing 60 oz in a batch.
Cold brewed ice coffee with stevia and heavy cream. Ambrosia!
I make the coffee ahead, put in the mug when ready with cream and sweetner but not the ice and leavee in the freezer for some hours so the brew doesn’t melt much of the ice, the colder the better. I mix the coffee water and grinds then separate the grinds from the coffee by pouring through my coffee maker with one of those resuable metal filters. Paper plugs up too fast.
I admit that my easiest meal is a few chunks of colby-jack cheese with a few scallions and a big garlic clove.
My favorite treat/snack-like meal is a heavy-garlic and mayo cheese spread on any kind of keto breadish.
My common meal is chili con carne except instead of very liquidy it’s just kind of wet-gloppy, with some scallions, shred cheddar and diced tomato mixed in. Sometimes taco meat instead but it often makes me feel kind of… dark inside. Not sure why. I call all variations on this “glop.”
My two favorite hot meals are both heavy meat stews:
Shredded chicken with coconut milk and a hot very-complex spicy red curry sauce
Cubed pork with tomatillo sauce, tons of hot peppers (mostly poblano jalapeno serrano), and a complex mix of spices.
I use the instant pot for both those, make as much as physically possible, and eat it like crazy until it’s totally gone.
I currently have my 6qt IP filled literally to the brim with chili verde. It finished the pressure cook and got all the rest of its stuff added and is in a 3 hour slow cook. I can hardly wait.
I’ve answered this but I had to do it again.
Sausage and Cauliflower Bake
Browned butter cauliflower mash
Hot bacon and cabbage slaw
Ribeye with bacon and fried kale
Using the cut for “pork chop” may be your only problem. They are so lean that they are very dry. Use ‘pork steak’ instead–incredibly juicy! On the grill I usually cook 6 min on each side but my cuts are much thicker than this image.
We don’t have much variety beyond five meals anyway. Still working for us, though:
- full fat cheeseburgers with added bacon fat
- pork steaks
- flank steak
- cream soup
- boneless pork ribs with fat pad
Most meals served with steamed veggie in butter or savory cole slaw.
I wouldn’t worry about it. Keto is so contra-intuitive to what we have been used to. Fat is your friend; I’m sure you are not overdoing it.
I usually add bacon fat to all our pork. Sometimes it is a little dry, but then I make sure to get melted bacon fat on it.
Bacon cheeseburger and cauliflower casserole
Spaghetti squash pizza crust
Ribeye and asparagus or brussel sprouts
Zoodles with homemade Alfredo, chicken, and crumbled bacon
Breakfast bowl - eggs, cheddar, bacon, sausage
Wow! Your ideas seem very interesting, I’ll have to try some of these!
I’ll have to get pork steak next time. Usually the chops are lean and lean = dry.
Chaffles & chicken
Chicken & veggies
Buffalo chicken casserole
Steak & veggies
Eggs & bacon/sausage
That’s a good way to do it. I also cook in lard.
I must have too much time on my hands. I’ve made 5 totally new to us recipes in the last 5 weeks. Stuffed peppers last night, for instance. They were very good. I have 10+ more sitting in my inbox, waiting for us to try.