Spicy Lemon Marinated Pork Chop - With Buttered Vegetables
This spicy lemon marinated pork chop is very easy to cook and tastes delicious. The marinade consists of olive oil, lemon juice, tamari sauce and sichuan pepper among some other spices. Perfect for a barbecue or just frying the meat in a pan.
First, you need to prepare the marinated pork about 12-24 hours before you want to cook it.
Optimally, you do this the previous evening if possible
Put the pork chops into a zip lock bag or a container and add all the ingredients for the marinade.
Massage everything into the meat and store it in the fridge for 12-24 hours.
Always close your zip lock bag or container thoroughly before putting it into the fridge
When this waiting period is over, preheat your pan with some lard or coconut oil in it to medium heat
Finally, fry your pork chops for 5-7 minutes on each side until they get a nice brown color
Before you put the pork chops into the pan, thaw the vegetables in the microwave or just throw them into a pot with just about 50 milliliter of water
Then, add the butter and seasonings, put the lid on and let it cook for about 15 minutes at low-medium heat while stiring occasionally
Now, the pork chops and vegetables should be both finished and you may pour some of the grease from the pan over the vegetables
Never pour raw, leftover marinade over the cooked meat.
If you want to use the leftover marinade, make sure to boil it up to kill all harmful bacteria.
Don't marinate in aluminum containers or foil, because a chemical reaction could spoil the food.
The best way to marinate the meat is using the zip lock bag in order for it to be evenly surrounded by the marinade.
For 500 gram of meat, you need about half a cup of marinade.
Serving Size 100g
Amount Per Serving
from Fat 156.6kcal
from Protein 46kcal
from net. Carb 3.2kcal
from Fiber 3kcal
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 17.4g 10%
Carbohydrate (Netto) 0.8g 3%
Fiber 1.5g 5%
Protein 11.5g 12%
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie ketogenic diet (75% fat, 20% protein, 5% net.carbs). Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs and goals.
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