Oooohh sooooo goood!!! And ooooh soooo easy!
I love easy, especially when easy is delish! Oh and let’s not forget that this one is also easy on the budget- less than $10 all in!
So for this recipe, you’ll need:
1 small head of green cabbage
1 lb of cheap fatty bacon
1 pkg (4-5) pork loin chops
Season the chops with pepper and throw on the George Foreman (or outdoors grill if the weather permits!). Let them cook slowly, turning only once!
While the pork cooks, cut the bacon into bite size pieces and toss in a large pot on medium heat.
Chop the clean cabbage into strips, about 1″ in width or so.
When the bacon is fully cooked and crispy, remove from the pot and reserve the bacon grease. Pour the chopped cabbage into the hot pot and drizzle with bacon grease- use your own judgement here. I use about 1 teaspoon, maybe a little less. You don’t want it to be greasy. Stir cabbage to coat; then pour in cooked bacon and stir again. Cook covered, stirring occasionally to prevent burning.
Once the chops have cooked and cooled, cut into bite size pieces.
Toss into the pot with the cabbage and bacon. Stir and replace cover. Cook until the cabbage is tender.
I don’t salt anything because of the salt in the pork and bacon; that is really a judgement call. I think it tastes amazing without added salt! 🙂
Per serving: 7.8 g net carbs