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Recipe of the Month: Moo Shu Pork

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Soy just doesn’t agree with me. Which is unfortunate, since I absolutely love Chinese food! This recipe replaces the soy with a combination called Everything Sauce – which includes coconut aminos, fish sauce, orange juice, and spices – and delivers big flavors in every bite. This dish is on regular rotation at my house.


* 2lbs ground pork
* Sea salt
* Avocado oil or cooking fat of choice
* 3 large eggs
* 3/4 teaspoon fish sauce
* A big pan full of prepackaged coleslaw mix
* A couple handfuls of spinach
* 1/2 cup Everything Sauce
* 3 scallions, thinly sliced
* Grain-free tortillas (I like Siete Foods brand Cassava and Coconut flour tortillas), lettuce leaves, or rice.


Step 1: Cook your eggs. Heat a nice glug of avocado or olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat and swirl to coat the pan. Beat your eggs and fish sauce in a small bowl, then cook in your hot skillet until eggs are softly scrambled. Remove from pan.





Step 2: Cook your meat. Put your ground pork into the pan, cooking and breaking it into small bits until there is no pink remaining. Season with a pinch of sea salt. Remove from pan and drain the cooking liquid.






Step 3: Cook your veggies. Add some more oil and dump your coleslaw mix and spinach into the pan, cooking until translucent. Season with a pinch of sea salt.






Step 4: Bring it all together. Add the pork back to the pan, throw in your half cup of Everything Sauce, lower the heat a bit and continue to cook until everything is combined. Right before you eat, add back in the eggs and add the scallions, cooking until just warmed through.





Step 5: Eat! You can serve it in grain free tortillas or lettuce leaves, over rice or more spinach…really anything you like.

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