Montreal Pork “Steaks”

Montreal Pork

Montreal Pork “Steaks”

This delicious, simple entree took all of 20-30 minutes to pull off.  Just mix the ingredients and brown until 160º internal temp on your meat thermometer.  I served with buttered, mashed cauliflower and spinach.  Man were these ground meat patties ever good!  These are suitable for all phases of Atkins, Keto diets, Primal and Paleo.

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1 lb. lean ground pork

2 T. chopped parsley

2 T. melted butter

3/4 tsp. my homemade Montreal Steak Seasoning

Dash coarse black pepper

DIRECTIONS:  Mix all ingredients in a medium bowl with your hand or a fork like you’re making meatloaf.  Form four equal patties, slightly pressing them flat.  Brown on medium heat on both sides until they are at 160º internal on a meat thermometer or until they are no longer oozing pink fluid when pierced with a knife tip.  Serve with your favorite sides and ENJOY!

NUTRITIONAL INFO:    Makes 4 ” ground pork steaks, each contains:

350 calories

29 g  fat

0.25 g  carbs, 0.00 g  fiber, 0.25 g  NET CARBS

19.2 g  protein

204 mg sodium

4 comments on “Montreal Pork “Steaks”

    • Gravy never hurts anything and I love it on everything, being a southern girl.😉 And a mushroom gravy would be just delightful on these. I should have thought of that myself. But they were so moist as is, because of the butter I put in them, they were super without gravy, too. 🙂


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