Parmesean Pulled pork
with green beans
5 oz Pulled pork
1 cup fresh green beans
1 Roma tomato
(2 T Parmesan cheese)
beans in microwave for 4 minutes then stir with all other ingredients.
When hot, stir in Parmesan cheese, salt and pepper) Allow to
carmelize. Serve with lemon/lime juice.
Italian Pork Chops
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12 oz Pork Chops (or 12 oz pork tenderloin cut in two halves)
1 can Diced Tomatoes (with juice, or about 1 1/4 - 1 1/2 C)
1 oz Onion (small, sweet)
1 t Italian Seasoning (1 condiment)
1⁄4 t Red Pepper (flakes) (1/2 condiment)
salt (thicker grain is better, like sea salt or kosher salt)
A small salad would be appropriate with this meal.
Spray pan with Pam. Heat searing pan or deeper saute pan on medium heat.
Salt and pepper the pork chops on both sides. Then, while heat is still
medium, sear the chops until brown on the outside and/or a meat therm.
reads about 160 degrees. (About 3-4 min a side, longer for thicker
chops) Remove chops from pan and place on plate with a foil tent.
Slice onion into thin strips, add to pan you cooked the pork in.
Allow onion to absorb pork juice and get crispy/tender, and kind of
Add the tomatoes with juices, Italian seasoning and red pepper
flakes. Simmer 8-10 min covered, stirring occasionally, until flavors
have combined and sauce starts to thicken. Add the chops back to the
dish for a min or two to warm and absorb some sauce. Put one chop on a
plate and cover with about 3/4 C of sauce, and Presto! The beginning of a
great L&G!! (you end up with a little tomato/onion sauce left
over... but I just experiment with that the next day!
If you use the loin, cook the same way, just adjust your meat searing
time... if the meat therm. reflects 160 you are good to go. I like to
use loin instead of chops, because it is more tender/juicy and is harder
Shredded Pork: Cook pork in boiling water from frozen. Add salt, tomato, garlic and an onion to the broth. Cook for 3 hours on medium or until the meat breaks apart. If you used a lean cut reserve broth at is. If not sort meat from fat and cook broth. Skim fat off the top of cooked broth and reserve to serve with soup.
Can be used for a variety of meals- Shredded pork tacos, Posole, stir-fry, Shredded pork with Walden farms BBQ sauce on a Revolution roll-
Spinach and red pepper Manchaca
3 oz pulled pork
1 cup egg whites
1 cup fresh cooked spinach
1/2 cup diced red pepper
(Herdez green chili salsa)
spinach in dry skilled with red peppers, when wilted down add pulled
pork using the recipe above and stir till everything is hot. Next mix
in egg whites till well blended. Serve with 1-2 T Herdez green chili
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Pork and Tofu stirfry
2.5 oz shredded pork (use left overs)
7.5 oz firm tofu cut in chunks
1 can mushrooms, 1/2 cup
zucchini 1/2 cup cooked and
1/2 cup fresh red peppers chopped
Saute all together in skillet with
2 T chicken broth (1 condiment)
2 tsp soy sauce (2 condiments).
Cook till zucchini and peppers and cooked. Serves 1- 1 lean- 3 green, 3 condiments
Kristy's Program Friendly POSOLE
5 oz shredded pork (as directed above)
1/2 cup shredded cabbage
1 cup diced red and yellow tomatoes. (Or just use red)
1 cup broth (juice from cooking pork)
1 tsp lime juice.
Combine all ingredients except lime. Heat in microwave 3 minutes then sprinkle with lime juice. ENJOY!
1 Serving: 1 Lean, 3 green, 2 condiments.
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