It’s hard to find paleo meals that our whole family loves. Kids get fussy with the overload of vegetables that my husband and I are trying to reincorporate into our diets, as well as the leaner meats I am trying to eat. My kids usually scoff at most the paleo meals I make- but this Paleo Pork Stir Fry is a colorful, one-pot paleo dinner that kids actually like!
One pot dinners are always my favorites for crazy weeknights. Who has time to clean a bunch of pots and pans? Using pork in this dish dramatically reduces it’s cooking time to make this a super quick and cleanup friendly dish that will keep you on your diet, fill up your family- and is extremely healthy and nourishing. All that color means tons of vitamins and nutrients, and we’re skipping processed foods and gluten for a delicious, healthy option that is great for the whole family.
My kids love the colorful meal, and the easy to eat diced peppers and snap peas. The light sauce (I’m using coconut aminos instead of soy sauce for a gluten free, paleo option that is just as tasty) makes it taste similar to lo mein- just without the noodles. You could add some zucchini noodles and more sauce to make this into a delicious paleo noodle dish too!
- 1 tsp olive oil
- 2 lb pork chops, diced into 1" cubes
- 12 oz sugar snap peas
- 2 bell peppers, diced
- 4 cloves garlic, diced
- 1 tsp sesame oil
- 3 tsp coconut aminos
- Add olive and pork in hot, large pan and toss on medium high heat.
- Add peppers, garlic and snap peas, cook until pork and vegetables are browned- about 7 minutes.
- Add in sesame oil, coconut aminos and toss well.
- Cook until sauce thickens, about four minutes.
- Serve and enjoy!
Amount Per Serving Calories 1735 Saturated Fat 23g Cholesterol 607mg Sodium 799mg Carbohydrates 47g Fiber 14g Sugar 23g Protein 208g