Savory, sweet and just a little bit spicy, this paleo curried apple pork is an easy family dinner.
I'm sitting on my bed in a sunbeam. It is still a little chilly outside, but the sun through the window is glorious. It makes it easy to forget the world outside.
And what a world it is: Covid-19 is sweeping across the globe leaving a wide wake of fear and uncertainty. Still uncertain how you need to prepare? Raj has some sage advice for you, in this post. Don't worry you won't need any extra TP for it!
I think we will all be okay.
I used to have a card on my fridge that said: “Everything will be okay in the end. If it is not okay, it is not the end.” It is very real and uncomfortable right now, it is hard to keep hope alive. We can only do what we can do, we have to remain hopeful.
Wash your hands, cough into an arm or elbow, keep physical space between us, stay home if you can. Check-in via phone, video or email with friends and family.
Disconnect, play some music and give the news and social media a break.
Not much is more cathartic for me than making a big mess in the kitchen while listening to some music.
Teach your kids to cook: this will be an exercise in patience, but I bet it will be one of their favorite memories when they are grown and you are long gone. Certainly, my fave childhood memories are from baking and cooking with parents, grandparents, and even my Great Granny. Maybe just call great granny this time, and have her walk you thru baking your favorite dish.
If you are looking for something to do while quarantined, check out Rajs' list: Top 30 Activities for 14-day Self-Isolation.
Nourish your body and soul with real, good food.
Your body is a machine, put some good fuel in it. Real food, steer clear of processed and packaged food, I mean those grocery shelves are cleared of canned and processed goods, making the choice for real food even easier. Batch cook, make freezer meals. Forage through those cupboards and please share any unusual combinations, win or lose! Both Raj and I get amped up about that guerrilla cooking combinations, so please reach out here or on social media to share with us!!
We are here if you need us.
Seriously, I am working from home, and Raj is too. If you have any questions, need a video hello, or just want to reach out and hear the voice of your favorite paleo recipe team -it is us? Right? We are accessible via our social media channels and email. We are both down to spread love like IT is a pandemic.
In the meantime, paleo curried apple pork, make yourself something delicious, and easy that will make your quarantined space smell like heaven.Print
Paleo curried apple pork, make yourself something delicious and easy that will make your quarantined space smell like heaven!
- 2 Tbsp coconut oil or ghee
- 1 cup diced onion
- 1 Tbsp crushed garlic
- 1 tsp salt
- 1/2 cup water or apple juice
- 2 Tbsp hot curry powder Click the link for a homemade recipe!
- 3 cups diced apples, peeled or not, your choice!
- 6 pork chops
- Over medium heat, melt the coconut oil or ghee.
- Add onions, garlic, and salt. Saute until onions are soft and the mixture is fragrant, approx 10 min.
- Add apple juice or water, and curry powder, combine well.
- Add diced apples, and make sure they are coated with the sauce.
- Preheat oven to 375F.
- Place pork chops in an oven safe dish, cover with sauce and bake.
- Bake 20 min for boneless, 30 min for bone in chops. Or until meat hits an internal temp of 145F.
- Want to cook this in your Instant Pot? Use the saute function and then pop the pork into manual pressure cook for 10 min with a natural pressure release!
- Substitute pork tenderloin for pork chops, or chicken for pork. So dang delicious.
- Category: Dinner
- Method: Bake