Paleo Pork Chops with Apples, Onions, and Sweet Potatoes

A perfect medley of flavors! The sweetness of the apples and brown sugar are a perfect complement to succulent pork chops. Add the sweet potato and orange to your onion and apple mixture, mix together and let cook for a bit longer on a low heat. By stuffing a pork chop with bacon you are making use of multiple parts of the pig, which is something our ancestors would have done, wasting no part of an animal and focusing on sustenance for survival. This is a pork chop that thinks it’s a bowl of French onion soup. The addition of sweet potatoes as a side works really well, as these are a Paleo approved vegetable that will give you antioxidants and fiber to keep your body healthy and your digestive system humming.

Easy Apple Onion Pork Chops paleo- The whole family loved these. Simple and quick paleo and gluten-free grilling recipe for pork chops and sweet potato. Thick pork chops are stuffed with bacon and apple, delicious! Cook apples, bacon and onion until onion is softened and bacon is crispy, about 8 minutes. The chops were almost like a classic bbq taste with sweet and crunchy texture and the kale was rich and creamy but still retaining it’s original kale flavor. Melissa Riley on Guest Post, KatieDid: 3 Ingredient Sweet Potato Pancakes. Bacon wrapped pork chops with sweet apples and onions baked with brown sugar and butter.

For this dish, I started by marinating the pork chops in a mixture of orange juice and molasses. When skillet is hot, throw in onions and sweet potatoes. This recipe looks delicious AND it fits the paleo autoimmune protocol. How about making them with mushrooms, grapes, onions, peaches, rhubarb, figs, bacon, sweet potatoes and of course apples and others. Combine the chicken, bell peppers, onions, spices, garlic and lemon juice in a bowl and mix well. Sweet potatoes, or, as in this recipe, parsnip, is also perfect. When simple pork chops served with a side of vegetables doesn’t cut it anymore, this recipe will remind you of the deliciousness of savory pork and sweet apples.


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