Try this low carb pork skewers with Chimichurri recipe!
It’s that time of the year where everybody is gathering with their family and friends for the ultimate cookout experience. If you are tired of using the grill or just want to serve up something a little different, then pork skewers with chimichurri are the perfect solution. You actually cook the meat in a skillet, so your grill is still free for other delicious foods! Plus, they cook up pretty quickly, so you are free to mingle with the crowd. Who doesn’t love that?!
The deliciousness of the tender meat is certainly one of the best parts of this dish. It’s simply seasoned with salt, pepper, and paprika, but the result is absolutely mouth-watering. The bite-size chunks offer a little portion control built right in. The recipe could end there–but it doesn’t! Pulse the remaining ingredients in a food processor, and you have the perfect chimichurri to top the meat. The combination of cilantro, lemon, and parsley really bring that pop of flavor that we all can appreciate. Add a little or add a lot–the choice is up to each person! Can you say, YUM?
We’re all about offering the best low carb recipes out there, and this meal is no different. If you want to keep the carb count low and the flavor level high then pork skewers with chimichurri is where it’s at. This dish is simple, crowd-friendly, and loaded with incredible flavor that will keep everybody coming back for more. Plus, eating food on a skewer is just more fun, anyway! Don’t settle for a boring cookout menu ever again–serve this up to spice things up a bit. Your family and friends are sure to be impressed with this delicious side that’s loaded with flavor and happens to be party-friendly.
If you loved this recipe, be sure to try it with this keto tzatziki sauce. It adds an extra bit of flavor that goes great with our pork skewers!
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