Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Asian Inspired Pork Chops

Although I added on the low calorie section to my recipes page, I have yet to really add to it. Sticking with the 21 Day Fix and working with numerous people has made it nearly impossible for me to think about food and not make it Fixed Approved. It's sort of like when I first became a Zumba instructor. After doing Zumba for so long it was hard for me not to listen to a song and not start choreographing it for a Zumba class in my head, lol. 

But anyways, to try and make this short, I guess what I am getting at is I promise this weekend I will add on at least 1 low calorie recipe :) I am on the fence about which one I will be making but I know either way everyone will love it.

Anyways, I was kind of disappointed that I didn't get to put up a recipe with pictures the other day. The Chicken Marsala I added at the end of my blog is great and I absolutely love it but I didn't have any pictures so I figured I would make it up to everyone and post another recipe tonight. 

Today at work I thought I had seen someone carrying in my favorite Chinese take out so all day at work I was thinking about sweet and sour chicken. I had already taken out pork the night before and knew I had to cook it regardless so I figured why not make an Asian-esq inspired pork chop for dinner. So this is how I came up with my recipe for tonight, and I have got to say O-M-G I think I am going to have to make some more soon, and that's huge coming from me. Usually I hate pork but I thought these were exceptionally tasty and best part of all is they were super easy to make!

Asian Inspired Pork Chops
Serves 1 (2 small/thin pork chops per serving) to make more just double ingredients per serving
1 red, 1 tsp, + 1 tsp from coffee section


  • 2 thin pork chops, trimmed of all excess fat
  • 1/2 teaspoon of honey
  • 1/2 teaspoon of light soy sauce or Braggs
  • 1/2 teaspoon of olive oil
  • 1/4 teaspoon of garlic
  • 1/2 teaspoon of water
  1. In a small bowl combine honey, soy sauce, and water. Mix well and then immerse both sides of the pork chops into marinade. Let the meat marinade for at least 20 to 30 minutes. 
  2. In a medium sized skilled at in your olive oil and garlic and put on medium heat. Let the oil and garlic heat up and then add in your pork chops.
  3. Cook both pork chops on medium heat until both sides are slightly golden and pork is fully cooked. 
  4. Serve over rice and veggies. 

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