If you’ve looking for low fat pork chop recipes, I’ve got this ‘skinny girl’ series of recipes going. And, by skinny girl, I really mean healthy girl. Or boys, guys, men. Not singling y’all out by any means! These skinny girl stuffed pork chops are just so simple to make. Quite different in flavor. They are shockingly easy and impressive to serve. They’re low carb. Low glycemic. All those good things that make you feel good about eating!
I’m also using pork because one of my devoted followers on Facebook Ally’s Kitchen Bohemian Bold page keeps leaving me comments on chicken posts. Seems I share a lot of chicken from my recipes and from other foodies’ recipes. That’s pretty natural for me since I love chicken and am always looking for new ways to prepare. Plus, chicken is one of America’s favorite meats. Annnneeehooo, this particular person lets me know in all caps with her comments, “NO MORE CHICKEN”!!
Another amazing thing about these chops? Well, after I made them, they weren’t eaten. So, of course, I wrapped and refrigerated them. The next day, my hub, Ben, warmed one in the microwave and had for lunch. He said it was superb! Then there was one left that we had the next day for breakfast. Here’s what I did. Heated a cast iron skillet really hot. Coated with some cooking spray. Then put the chop in, turned the heat to medium low, covered and let it steam for about 10 minutes flipping it once. Then I cut it into about six lengthwise slices, served three to our plates and topped with a steamed sunnyside egg. Girrrrrrrrrrrrllll, talk about good! Just decadent for breakfast!
What’s the Hardest Thing Making This Low Fat Pork Chop Recipe
There’s nothing complicated about this low fat pork chop recipes. It’s truly very simple to pull together. The most technical aspect of it is creating the pocket opening in the pork chop to add the stuffing. That’s why you want nice thick boneless chops. They hold up to the technique best. And, if you’ve never used cooking twine, then get some next time you’re at the store and keep it on hand because you’ll see we’ll be using it in other recipes!
Here’re the other ‘skinny girl’ recipes! They’re pretty awesome and, yes, keep you on that lean side of eating, and a very healthy side! xoxo ~ally