Shake and bake pork chops are SO good!
There’s nothing quite like the perfectly cooked pork chop, is there? This flavorful on the outside and juicy on the inside recipe is just what you need to kick your week off the right way. To make this delicious meal it all comes down to the right spices. The main contenders of this recipe are garlic powder, onion powder, dried oregano, and psyllium husk powder. All of this combined creates the scrumptious flavor that will keep you coming back for more. Simply put all the tasty ingredients into a bag with the chops. Shake vigorously until it’s evenly coated. Viola! You have perfectly seasoned meat that is ready for the oven! Now you know each and every bite has just the right amount of seasoning.
You may not be familiar with psyllium husk powder is a fiber that actually promotes heart and pancreas health, plus many other health benefits. Adding a bit of this to your diet can certainly go a long way in promoting good eating habits. Not only is this dish totally keto-friendly, but with this added ingredient it even does more for the body!
Now let’s not forget to mention the simplicity of this meal. It only takes five minutes to prep and about 30 minutes to cook. If you’re looking for a quick dinner then shake and bake pork chops deserve a shot. It can be prepared quickly but doesn’t sacrifice on excellent flavor. Keep in mind, this recipe makes six juicy chops so it’s perfect for a family meal or can yield leftover if you’re only making it for yourself. Either way, it’s safe to say you are going to appreciate the delicious simplicity that this meal has to offer. Add it to your weekday menu to save some time without skimping on flavor or cheating on your keto diet.
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