Pork Roll-Ups

Pork Roll-ups

I wanted to do something different with the boneless pork loin I thawed for tonight.  This is what I came up with and they were pretty tasty.  These are not suitable for Induction unless you use pork rinds for the peanuts listed below.  They are OK for Keto diets as well.  Ok for Primal-Paleo if you use pork rinds in lieu of the peanuts.

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4 pieces of lean pork loin (about 3 oz. each)

4 oz. Monterrey Jack cheese

1 link smoked sausage

2 T. grated parmesan cheese

2 T. crushed peanuts (OWL only; if still on Induction, double parmesan instead or use pork rinds)

2 T. homemade mayo:  https://buttoni.wordpress.com/2009/07/27/homemade-mayonnaise/

Dash black pepper

DIRECTIONS:  Pound pork flat with a cleaver.  Cut sausage link into four long strips lengthwise.  Place one piece sausage onto each pounded piece of meat.  Next place 1 oz. strip of cheese (or grated).  Roll tightly and secure with two toothpicks.  Using a basting brush, coat each roll with a film of homemade mayonnaise.   Run peanuts and parmesan in processor or blender until quite fine and sprinkle on tops and sides of rolls.  Place on greased baking pan.   Bake at 350º for about 30 minutes.

NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 4 servings, each contains:

389 calories

27.9 g  fat

2.2 g  carbs, 0.6 g  fiber, 1.6 NET CARBS

33 g  protein

339 mg sodium


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