Ranch diced pork lettuce wraps are delicious low carb pork lettuce cups bursting with ranch dressing flavors in an easy one pot skillet meal! Great over salads or in wraps and sandwiches, too.
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I love love love lettuce wraps – they are easy, delicious, and fun to eat – plus they are much lower carb and lower calorie than traditional wraps and sandwiches.
These lettuce wraps get a tangy, delicious flavor from ranch dressing seasoning – and are extremely economical since diced pork is extremely inexpensive.
They also pack in lots of nutrients, healthy fat, and protein – without packing in empty calories.
If you aren’t a huge lettuce wrap fan, this does make an amazing topping for a diced ranch pork salad – and is great in tacos, burritos, and wraps, too!
These diced pork lettuce wraps have a ton of delicious, tangy ranch flavor – and are an indulgent dinner that won’t ruin your low-carb diet plan.
One note – while this recipe is low-carb, it’s not necessarily paleo/whole 30/keto compliant because of the packaged ranch dressing seasoning mix I use. You can substitute your own homemade diet-compliant seasonings, or even just scrap the ranch part if you’re on a specific diet or avoiding any processed foods.
We’re eating mostly low-carb and still losing a ton, so we’ve been a little fast and loose with some things like seasonings, dressings, etc – but if you’re on a strict eating plan, you’ll want to look at that.
Tips to Perfect Diced Ranch Pork Roll Ups
Diced pork is easy to find at most grocery stores – you’re looking for the kind that is rough chopped, and ready for stews or stir frys.
We’re going to heat this HOT and FAST – to render off any fat marbling, give it a buttery brown crust on the outside, and lock in all the flavor and juices.
Make sure you have plenty of butter or oil in your pan (high heat oil like avocado oil, or clarified butter – which is my favorite in this recipe.)
Give your pork a chance to get a slight browning before adding the veggies – and make sure to keep the pan super hot, so keep stirring.
If you make this dish in a cast iron pan, make sure it is well seasoned, cleaned, and has plenty of oil or butter to ensure nothing sticks or burns.
Other 20 Minute Or Less Meals You’ll Love
If you love how simple, easy, and delicious these Ranch Diced Pork Lettuce Wraps are, you need to check out some of my other recipes that can be on your table in less than 20 minutes:
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Ranch Diced Pork Lettuce Wraps Recipe
- 2 tbsp avocado oil or clarified butter (might need up to 4 tbsp if your pork has less marbling, if it starts to stick, add a little more butter or oil)
- 1 lb diced pork
- ½ onion, diced
- 8 oz cremini mushrooms, diced
- ¼ cup diced roasted red peppers
- ½ package (about 1 tsbp) hidden valley ranch dressing seasoning (the make your own dressing pouch kind)
- ¼ cup water or chicken/beef stock
- 8-10 leaves romaine, iceberg, butter, or other large leaf lettuce
- Heat pan on medium high heat (very very hot, but not smoking - keep the pan as hot as possible without burning at all times for this recipe).
- Add oil or clarified butter, heat until shimmery.
- Add pork.
- Toss pork in oil or butter and cook until slightly browned.
- Add onions and mushrooms.
- Heat until pork is dark golden brown and onions and mushrooms are golden brown as well.
- Add roasted red pepper strips, ranch dressing seasonings, and water and mix well.
- Heat for 1-2 minutes to cook off the water.
- Remove from heat and serve with lettuce - let diners roll into wraps!