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This was a super quick and easy dish to prepare I think my readers will enjoy.  I’ve made Chicken Florentine for many years but never thought to do a florentine rendering with pork.  Well, I should have tried it years ago!  This was a delicious dinner tonight.  I served it with some buttered, “candied” carrots which complimented the meal nicely.  This recipe is not suited for those still in the initial 2-week Induction phase (unless you leave out the wine) but can be enjoyed anytime after your Induction period.  This dish should me fine for those on most Keto diets as well.  This recipe can be stretched easily for 4 portions if you add 2 more portions of pork to the recipe (carb count would go slightly down since sauce would be distributed among 4 servings).  There was ample sauce to do this.  Alternately, you can reduce the chicken broth, cream, wine and peppers to just 2 slices for less sauce on just 2 servings.  We’re creamy sauce lovers, so we ate all the sauce!

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INGREDIENTS:

2   4-5 oz. pieces boneless pork loin

1 T. each unsalted butter and olive oil

½ c. heavy (whipping) cream

½ c. white wine (I used Chardonnay)

1½ c. chicken broth (I use homemade, virgin broth)

1 c. frozen leaf spinach

Dash coarse black pepper

Dash red pepper flakes

2 oz. red bell pepper, sliced crosswise into 4 slices

1/8 tsp. xanthan gum or preferred thickener

DIRECTIONS:  Pound the two pieces of pork with a meat tenderizer.  Place butter and olive oil in skillet over high heat and sear the pork on both sides.  Remove to a paper plate while you construct the sauce.  Add the cream, chicken broth, wine, spinach, black and red pepper flakes to the pan.  Sprinkle the thickener over the sauce now.  Simmer the pan contents a couple minutes until until spinach is cooked and sauce has begun to thicken.   Add the red pepper slices around the outside of the pan.  Place the chops back on top of the sauce in the center and simmer just until red pepper slices are softened but not falling apart.  Serve pork with an ample serving of the sauce and pepper slices on top.

NUTRITIONAL INFO:  Makes 2 servings, each contains: (numbers go down with 4 portions of meat)

631 cals, 44g fat, 8.3g carbs, 3g fiber, 5.3g NET CARBS, 37g protein, 142 mg sodium

 

 

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Moo Shu Pork

Under Construction

The filling

I was introduced to Moo Shu Pork by a friend in Houston many years ago.  I fell in love with my first bite!  There’s something about the  unusual ingredients and the sweet, tangy plum sauce that is a flavor marriage made in heaven, in my opinion.  As with any Chinese food, more time is spent in the preparation than the cooking, but this one is so worth the time!

I line up paper plates by my stove and get each ingredients chopped and onto a plate, ready to dump into the wok at the right moment.  I soak the Tiger Lily Buds and mushrooms first.  Make the marinade next.  Scramble the eggs and chop next.  Chop/slice my veggies last.  Then I’m ready to cook!

This recipe is slightly higher in carbs than many of mine and not suitable until you are closer to goal weight, but again, it’s a treat not meant to be indulged in often.  Moreover, I consider any recipe below 10g net carbs a serving to be A-OK, as that is so much lower than the average fare on the Standard American Diet (SAD) of my past.  🙂

NOTE:  Shitaake mushrooms, Cloud Ear Fungus (also called wood ear mushroom) and Tiger Lily Buds are essential to traditional Mu Shu Pork classic flavors.  If omitted, you aren’t eating true Moo Shu.  Asian groceries will all carry these items.  I order mine on-line.

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MARINADE INGREDIENTS:

4 T. my homemade Hoisin Sauce

1 T. rice wine vinegar

1 T. fish sauce (I use Thai Kitchen brand) [or use oyster sauce]

1 tsp. toasted sesame oil

3 cloves garlic, minced

1 tsp. Sambal Oelek chili sauce

¼ tsp. xanthan gum or preferred thickener

FILLING INGREDIENTS:

2 large eggs, scrambled

1 T. butter (to cook eggs in)

8 oz. lean only pork loin, slivered thin

3 T. peanut or olive oil (or your preferred oil)

½ c. cabbage, slivered thin

4 large dried shitaake mushrooms, soaked

3 large green onions, slivered thinly lengthwise, cut 1″ pieces

1 c. fresh bean sprouts

¼ c. canned bamboo shoots, julienne  slivered

½ c. dried Cloud Ear Fungus strips, soaked (if using whole, slice them)

½ cup (small handful) Tiger Lily Buds, cut in half, soaked

8 low-carb flour tortillas (I use La Banderita at 5 n.c. per piece)

Extra hoisin sauce to “dress” before eating (not calculated into stats, as amount used varies)

VARIATION:  Use slivered chicken in lieu of pork for a Moo Shu Chicken version

DIRECTIONS:  In 3 small bowls, soak mushrooms, Tiger Lily Buds and Clour Ear in very hot water until soft.  You want to save the mushroom liquid and just lift them out of that “stock”.  Cut out the tough mushroom stems and slice the mushroom flesh.  Place on paper towels to dry off for now.  Discard water off the Cloud Ear Fungus.  If using whole ones, chop or slice and paper towel dry.  If using pre-cut strips just set them on paper towel to dry.  Discard water off the Tiger Lily Buds and chop them in half.  Dry on paper towels.  Set these 3 ingredients near the stove.

Mix all marinade ingredients in the small bowl.  Add ¼ c. of the mushroom soaking water.  When well-mixed, pour half the marinade into medium bowl and add the sliced meat.  Toss the meat with your hands to coat meat well and let it marinade while you continue your prepping.  Remaining marinade will be added to the wok at the end of cooking.

Scramble the eggs over medium in the butter until set.  Remove from heat and chop into medium bits (but not too fine).  Set those aside by stove so they are at-the-ready.

Now you’re ready to cook.  Heat a dry wok or large skillet.  Chinese cooks have a saying:  “Hot Wok; Cold Fat.”  If you do it this way, the meat does not stick to the pan.  If you heat the oil as you heat the wok,  the meat almost invariably sticks to the pan!  When the steel is VERY HOT, quickly dump in the oil and promptly the meat into the cold oil.  Don’t worry, the oil will get hot quick when it hits the hot metal.  Stir-fry with spoon until meat is no longer pink.  Add in cabbage and Cloud Ear Fungus next.  Stir-fry until they just barely begins to go limp.  Next add the bean sprouts & scallions and cook those just 1 minute.  Add the mushrooms, bamboo shoot slivers and Tiger Lily Buds next, cooking the mixture 2-3 minutes.  Pour in the remaining marinade and stir well so all filling is now moistened.  Cook another minute or so for the thickener in the marinade to do its job.   Add the egg to the wok last, during the final minute of cooking, and stir just to mix.  Remove wok from heat.

Serve the filling at the table (I like to do t right in the wok so it stays warm) with low-carb tortillas and more hoisin sauce.  I haven’t gotten around to creating a Chinese-style pancake, but give me awhile and I may do that one day.  Place about ½-3/4 c. filling on the tortilla down the center.  Dab a little extra hoisin sauce down the filling edge (as shown above) and fold the bottom edge up (to catch juices as you eat).  Then fold the sides of the tortilla inward like a burrito and pick up and eat it with your hands, like a burrito.  Moo Shu Pork is traditionally eaten with hands and is rather messy to eat with a fork, quite honestly.

NUTRITIONAL INFO:   Makes 8 servings, each contains:  (does not include added hoisin when rolling)

216 cals, 12.4g fat, 24.35g carbs, 13.72g fiber, 10.63g NET CARBS (plus any added hoisin), 13.7g protein, 814mg sodium (and that’s using low-sodium soy sauce!)

 

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My husband had to go have some lab work done for his doctor this morning so he volunteered to get my groceries on the way home.  Of course, it started raining, is a might chilly out as well, so when I asked him what he wanted for lunch today, I wasn’t surprised he said soup!  Well, since I’m always trying to use up leftovers and one-of’s in the fridge, I put together what turned out to be a very tasty soup!  My husband was doubtful when I said what all I was throwing into the pot, but ended up eating TWO bowls of it, so clearly not a problem for his palate.  LOL

What I had to work with was a small piece of a smoked sausage rope, 1 baked chicken thigh, half of a large yellow squash, and some fresh kale.  Also had in my freezer the cooking pan juices from my last batch of Montreal Baked Chicken (I always save it for just such uses) and homemade chicken broth that is always in my freezer.   VOILA!  A delightful lunch fit for a chilly, rainy day that you can have once you get to phase 2 of Atkins.

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INGREDIENTS:

3 T. unsalted butter

2 oz. onion, chopped

1 c. chicken meat, pre-cooked, chopped

4″ piece smoked sausage (beef or pork), sliced

1 can Eden soy black beans, with juice (not regular, high-carb black beans!)

2 large kale leaves, stemmed, rinsed and chopped

3 oz. yellow summer squash, diced or sliced

3 c. homemade chicken broth (mine is just chicken boiled in water)

¼-½ tsp. my homemade Montreal Steak Seasoning

¼-½ tsp. Sriracha Chili sauce (or other hot sauce to taste)

DIRECTIONS:  Melt the butter in a soup pot over high heat and saute the onions until they begin to brown.  Add the sausage and squash and saute until all are partially cooked.  Add all remaining ingredients and bring to just a simmer for about 15 minutes or just until the kale is just done.  Add salt to taste only if the sausage hasn’t already made the soup salty enough for your palate.

NUTRITIONAL INFO:    Makes 4 servings (large bowls), each contains:

385 cals, 27 g fat, 12.25g carbs, 6.27g fiber, 5.98g NET CARBS, 21.4g protein, 485 mg sodium

 

 

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I bought a whole pork loin this week and cut the point end off for making a pork roast one night.  Tonight was the night!  I have fresh mushrooms in the fridge so I decided to stuff it.  A little cream cheese and smoked Gouda to bind and for added flavor.  Man, oh, man, was this ever good, even if it spattered making for a less than stellar photo.  I know it sounds rich, but it really wasn’t!  This recipe is suitable for all phases of Atkins and Keto diets.

My roast was just a little 1¼ lb. tip end of the loin, so I had some stuffing leftover.  Your roast may be larger and accommodate all the stuffing nicely.  If not, just heap it up at the front of the cut end much like a Thanksgiving cornucopia, “spilling out”.  We spooned some of the extra stuffing onto our portions!  🙂

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INGREDIENTS:

1-1¼ lb. small pork loin roast

2 slices bacon, chopped

5 medium mushrooms, chopped

2 oz. onion (I used red), chopped fine

1 oz. cream cheese

1 oz. Smoked Gouda cheese, shredded

3/4 c. parsley (loosely packed), chopped

Dash each sea salt and coarse black pepper

2 T. hemp hearts

DIRECTIONS:  With a large kitchen knife, cut a pocket into the pork roast, being careful not to go all the way through on any sides.  Spread apart and set on baking pan to receive stuffing.

Preheat oven to 350º.  In a skillet over medium-high heat, brown the bacon.  Add the onion, salt and pepper and saute until onion is tender.  Add all remaining ingredients, mashing up the cream cheese until it is fully melted and well-blended.  Remove from heat and stuff into the slit in the pork roast.  Pack it in well, allowing any overage to spill out onto the baking pan.  Cover front side where stuffing is with a piece of foil to prevent over-browning during cooking (removed when nearly done).  Pop into 350º oven and bake for about 1-1¼ hours, or to internal temperature of 160º.  I used my convection setting, so my roast only took around 45 minutes to get done.  Remove from oven and serve in baking dish or remove to a platter carefully.  I added a couple tablespoons of water to the pan to de-glaze the tasty brown bits to make a thin natural gravy but this is not necessary.  I’m just a gravy nut.

NUTRITIONAL INFO:   Makes 4 servings, each contains:

492 cals., 34g fat, 3.5g carbs, 1.25g fiber, 2.25g NET CARBS, 41.3g protein, 504mg sodium

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I wanted to try baking my wonderful glucomannan dumplings recipe into a casserole tonight, something Italian, but not quite lasagna.  This delicious dish was born!  My husband dipped up seconds, so I  KNOW he liked it (as did I).  Super yummy!!  It only took 20 minutes to put together, as I had the spaghetti sauce in my freezer which I had thawed in the morning.  I’ve made my dumplings so many times I can make that dough almost blindfolded in 5 minutes flat!  This dish is suitable for all phases of Atkins, Keto and Primal diets alike, however it’s not suitable for Paleo due to the heavy dairy.

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INGREDIENTS: 

1 recipe my Peggy‘s Original Dumplings

2 c. low-carb spaghetti sauce with meat (I used my bolognese sauce)

8 oz. cream cheese, softened

2 beaten eggs

2½ c. French-style frozen green beans

2 c. shredded mozzarella cheese

3 links Italian sausage (12 oz.), cut into chunks

DIRECTIONS:  Preheat oven to 350º.   Lightly oil a square glass/ceramic baking dish (mine was Pyrex 8″).  Be sure your dish is as deep as a Pyrex dish as this casserole is “tall” in the pan.

In a medium bowl, make the dumpling dough per that recipe’s instructions and let cough sit on a sheet of plastic wrap or a pliable silicone sheet for 3-4 minutes.  Roll dough between plastic sheets or pliable silicone sheets (1/8″-3/16″ thick) to the shape of the bottom of your dish.  Remove top plastic/silicone sheet.  Carefully pick up and lay dough in the bottom of your baking dish.  Slowly remove the remaining piece of plastic.  NOTE:  You can cut your dough to fit the pan bottom exactly and freeze any cut off bits in plastic for making little dumplings to toss in your next pot of vegetable soup!  That is what I actually did, but there was only about 2-3 T. cut away. 

In a medium saucepan, bring green beans to a boil in water, lower to a simmer and just half cook them.  Drain off all water you can, slightly squeezing the beans.  Set aside when done.

Spoon the spaghetti meat sauce evenly onto the layer of dough in the pan.  In a small bowl, soften the cream cheese in the microwave to a very soft stage.  Whisk in the eggs until fairly smooth.  Spoon that mixture onto the meat sauce layer.  Now spread the green beans on top of the cream cheese layer.  Next add the mozzarella cheese.

In a skillet, lightly brown the sausage chunks and remove from heat.  Place the “meatballs” atop the casserole.  Cover tightly with foil and pop into 350º for 1 hour.  Remove foil and bake another 10-15 minutes or until the mozzy is beginning to brown and the tops is bubbling.  Serve at once with you favorite garlic bread and/or green salad.

NUTRITIONAL INFO:   Makes seven 1-cup servings, each contains:

500 calories, 37.4g fat, 12.9g carbs, 4.32g fiber, 8.58g NET CARBS, 30g protein, 659 mg sodium

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I fell asleep in my chair in front of the TV this afternoon and it was 6:30 when I woke up.  I had thawed 3 small pieces of pork loin but didn’t have the foggiest idea what I was going to cook us for dinner.  Well, this dish erupted in my head when I saw the fresh, small head of cabbage sitting right by the pork.  So I proceeded, almost as if in cruise control, when I pulled off the 3 outer leaves of the cabbage to shred up what I wanted in a Chinese stir fry.  Folks, I have no idea where that was coming from, as I was not fully awake yet.  I sure know we both loved this final dish!  My husband said to be sure and upload this one to my blog, but I had decided to do that after one bite!  This dish may sound spicy upon first reading, but I assure you, it was not, as I don’t care for overly spice food.  You will never find overly spicy food on my site for this reason.  Many of you will want to increase the Sambal Oelek, or even double the jalapeno!  There was just a tingle on my tongue and that’s all I want.

As I began preparation, I knew it would be too rich without something “bland” to stand in for rice.  Then I remembered a little of our cauliflower mash leftover from a couple nights ago.  What a great idea gelled in my head.  I seasoned it with my Sambal Oelek chile paste and voila!  A miracle that disguised that it was cauliflower at all and it complemented the stir-fry sooooooo much!  This recipe is suitable for Atkins Phase 2 and beyond as well as other ketogenic diets.  Omit the sherry and those on Atkins Induction can also enjoy this delightful concoction.

Many more delicious low-carb recipes can be at your fingertips with your very own cookbooks from LOW CARBING AMONG FRIENDS, Volume 8, by Jennifer Eloff, Chef George Stella of Food Network fame, and myself.  Volume 8 is almost completely comprised of my recipes! Chef George Stella and Jennifer Eloff are also including several tasty new delights in Vol.  8! Order yours (or any of our earlier cookbooks) from Amazon  or our direct order site: amongfriends.us/order.php.  Remember, they make GREAT birthday or holiday gifts!  If you’ve already purchased a book, the team would appreciate it if you would please take a moment and drop by the our Amazon page to leave your personal review.  🙂

INGREDIENTS:

3 T. coconut oil (or your preferred oil)

9 oz. pork loin, trimmed of all fat, sliced julienne-style

3 T. total dry sherry

3 T. total low-sodium soy sauce, tamari or coconut aminos

2½ finely shredded green cabbage

½ c. green onions, chopped (I used the white ends only)

1 large jalapeno, seeded and chopped

1 tsp. fresh ginger, minced

2 cloves garlic, minced

1/8 tsp. sea salt

2¼-2½ c. leftover, butter-seasoned cauliflower mash

1 tsp. Sambal Oelek chile paste (any brand is fine)

½ small carrot, peeled and shaved into long thin strips with carrot peeler

VARIATION:  Use julienned beef instead of pork.

DIRECTIONS:  Place julienned pork in a bowl with 2 T. of the sherry and 1½ T. of the soy sauce.  Mix with your hands and let marinate about 10 minutes while you cut up the other ingredients.

Peel off 3 outer leaves of cabbage and dunk in boiling water for 2-3 minutes to slightly soften.  If you want to actually eat the serving leaf, cook them a bit longer.  Remove from water and set on serving platter (mine, as you can see, is shaped like a giant lotus petal, hence the recipe name).  Discard water.

In a small non-stick skillet, mix the leftover cauliflower mash with the tsp. of Sambal Oelek.  It will turn the cauli pink when uniformly stirred.  Turn heat on low and warm while you do the stir-fry.

In a heated wok, melt the coconut oil over high heat.  Add the julienned pork and stir-fry until it begins to brown.  Add cabbage, green onion, jalapeno, ginger and garlic to the wok and continue to stir-fry.  Sprinkle the mixture with the sea salt, add the strips of carrot you have made with the carrot peeler and stir a couple times to let the carrot slightly cook. Add the remaining tablespoon sherry and the remaining 1½ tablespoons soy sauce.

To serve, spoon 1/3 of the pink cauliflower mixture onto each leaf of cabbage and spread out a bit, leaving the dark edge of the leaf exposed.  Then spoon on 1/3 of the meat mixture on top of the cauli mixture and serve your family and guests at once.  I found one of these filled me up like a tick, as we say in the South.  My husband did eat two of them, gluton that he is.  ENJOY!  🙂

NUTRITIONAL INFO:   Makes 3 servings, each contains:

439 cals., 26.7g fat, 13.93g carbs, 6.0g fiber, 7.93g NET CARBS, 23.3g protein, 1178 mg sodium

 

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The aromas in the kitchen when I make Gosht (a dish similar to Rogan Josh) evoke so many memories of Iran.  We had two different maids over the two years we lived there when I was growing up.  Fatimeh, a Muslim, did not eat pork.  However Pari, our first maid, was raised in a Christian orphanage and did cook pork regularly for us.  She made the best Gosht (stew) with eggplant and pork.  Fatimeh, of course, made it with lamb or beef.  I have even made this recipe with cut up chicken thighs and drumsticks and it, too, was yummy.  Your choice on the meat.  It’s the rest of what goes into the skillet that really makes this a wonderful, out-of-the-ordinary dinner.  If you want to cut carbs a bit, eliminate the dried prunes completely.  If you can afford the extra carbs, add a couple more of them!  They are delicious in this recipe and fruit is traditionally added to such stews in Iran! I serve this either on a bed of steamed cauliflower, or with rolled up Joseph’s Flax & Oat Fiber Lavash bread (1/2 sheet per person)

This recipe is suitable once you reach Phase 2 Atkins and Keto programs if the numbers fit your daily limits.

Many more delicious low-carb recipes can be at your fingertips with your very own cookbooks from LOW CARBING AMONG FRIENDS, Volume 8, by Jennifer Eloff, Chef George Stella of Food Network fame, and myself.  Volume 8 is almost completely comprised of my recipes! Chef George Stella and Jennifer Eloff are also including several tasty new delights in Vol.  8! Order yours (or any of our earlier cookbooks) from Amazon  or our direct order site: amongfriends.us/order.php.  Remember, they make GREAT birthday or holiday gifts!  If you’ve already purchased a book, the team would appreciate it if you would please take a moment and drop by the our Amazon page to leave your personal review.  🙂

INGREDIENTS:

12 oz. lean pork loin (or lamb, beef or 4 chicken pieces), trimmed of fat

¼ c. coconut or olive oil

10 oz. eggplant, skin on, cubed large

4 Roma tomatoes, cubed large

1 c. homemade chicken broth

4 oz. sliced yellow onion

1 c. frozen spinach, broken apart

1 T. Rogan Josh spice powder (I order from Penzy’s on-line)

1 tsp. ground cinnamon

1 tsp. fresh ginger, minced

1 cl. garlic minced

1/2 tsp. coarse black pepper

1/4 tsp. salt

½ c. chopped cilantro

1 tsp. my Garam Masala

2 dried prunes (I use Delmonte brand), chopped

DIRECTIONS:  Heat oil over high heat in a wok or large skillet.  Add the eggplant to the pan and stir until it begins to brown.  Add the onion and meat and brown them as well.  Add all remaining ingredients and stir well.  Lower heat to low and simmer with lid on the pan for about 30 minutes.  Eggplant will break down and slightly thicken the stew, but if you like, you can slightly thicken with your favorite thickener.  Serve over steamed cauliflower or with ½ sheet of Joseph’s Lavash Bread per person.

VARIATIONS:  Add 1 c. heavy cream or if beyond Induction, 1/2 c. yogurt for a richer sauce.  

NUTRITIONAL INFO:   Makes 4 servings, each contains:

282 calories, 18.49 g fat, 13.77 g carbs, 5.57 g fiber, 8.20 g NET CARBS, 16.9 g protein, 181 mg sodium

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