Paleo Pork Chops

Alright Paleo peeps, here we go.

Pork is one of those meats that’s a little underrated. There’s so much flavour in all the various cuts especially the fattier varieties but of course I like to use the more leaner cuts like the chop or loin.

One of the main issues using these cuts is the chance of over cooking or drying them out. My technique of adding some broth when cooking the chops always gets you a juicy succulent result. This is no exception and it’s such an easy recipe to boot. The added crust here just creates a brilliant burst of flavour.

RECIPE:
Serves 2

2 x 6 oz organic/grass fed pork chops
1/2 cup low sodium organic chicken broth

Marinade:
2 tbsp fresh rosemary – chopped
1 tbsp wholegrain mustard
1 lemon – zested
2 cloves garlic – minced
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1/4 cup olive oil

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11 comments

  1. That marinade was awesome.

    The chops soaked it up for about 5 hours yesterday.

    I served it with a chunky cucumber & tomato salad

    All I can say is – yum

  2. Man those chops look good! Pork is very lean and tasty. As far as diet, it all depends on what you put in the recipe. All natural ingredients and everything in moderation, of course. Buon apetito!

  3. Glad all you guys liked the recipe. Simple is best. Besides if I make a mess I have to wash up…the basis of any good recipe.

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  5. This says “continue reading for full recipe.” It doesn’t display for me. I tried the printer friendly link; scrolled to bottom; even signed up for newsletter, and no full recipe. What gives?

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