Voted via Twitter ~ My First Recipe Post

I want to give this a whirl, hope it’s not too far away from the poetry!

I’ll start gathering pictures soon. This is a new endeavor, encouraged by my close friends and family!

Eating healthy is really important to me, and I found a lot of really delicious healthy ways to eat. I’d like to share them with you! I do my best to buy organic foods, all natural meat, (especially grass fed) and nothing out of the box or can with preservatives.

Cooking at home, using seasonal healthy foods has has a profound impact on my life. My friends and family who sample this food are amazed at the flavor and depth of the meals. They never realized healthy food could taste so good!

I do not use anything ‘low fat’ as the chemicals and sugars replacing the fat are more detrimental to our health. I always do my best to use healthy fats. These are important for our mental clarity, flexibility, skin, hair and nails, as well as many other functions.

Tonight was a busy night, so the oven becomes my friend. If you like pork chops you will fall in love with this dinner!

Misty’s Quick and Easy Oven Pork Chops

I use a glass baking dish, preheat the oven to 375.

My favorite thing to use is Chef Paul’s Pork Magic. If you don’t have that, use  paprika, garlic & onion powders, salt & pepper and some thyme.

Now the rest depends on the size of the dish & the amount of pork. I will get better at measuring soon, I promise 🙂

Cover the bottom of the dish pretty well with your spice(s)
Then add enough water to just cover the bottom of your pan/dish

Place the pork chops in, swirling and flip them so they’re coated.

Put them in the oven, flip over after 15 minutes and then it should be done in 5 to 15 minutes, depending on the thickness. Any longer than 30 minutes they’ll get dry. When you flip the pork chops, you may need to add water.

The best part? All natural, frozen sweet potato fries! They are so good with the pork chops. I just use the juice from the bottom of the pork pan to dip them in;)

And as another side dish, I took frozen asparagus, drizzled two parts grapeseed oil to 1 part balsamic vinegar, some salt and lemon pepper and a pinch of dill.

It will all cook for about the same amount of time.

Meanwhile, I’m not standing in the kitchen for 30-60 minutes!

Even better, use parchment paper to line your bakeware for easy cleanup.

Please let me know what you think and  if you have any questions I’ll be happy to help

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2 thoughts on “Voted via Twitter ~ My First Recipe Post”

  1. Wow, this is great for me! I just bought a pack of pork chops & typically throw them in on broil, with paprika & they end up dry, bummer. But, I have no recipes & hope to begin following yours, to the T. I am a single guy that never cooked before & recently faced with some medical issues forcing me eat right, by removing all sugar but using any & all animal fats & protein. I will try your recipes & let you know how it goes! I appreciate what you are doing .. Thanks Tom

    1. Hi Tom! Sorry about your medical issues. I have a lot of tweaks and different ways to work around sugar. Will drive you crazy at first because it is everywhere! I struggle with fruit even.

      I will hunt down some favorites I can send you. Let me know how your chops turned out!
      Misty

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