Super simple pork and veggies makes a healthy and colorful main dish served over brown rice.
We love peppers and pineapples, especially in this Grilled Pork Chops with Pineapple and Peppers recipe! Isn’t it great when you can flavor a whole dish with simple ingredients that are healthy and nutritious? No mixes, no concentrates or packages.
We went to our local farmers market and scored a great deal on organic peppers. They weren’t uniform or “picture perfect” so we were able to get them for what seemed like a steal. When you find a pepper deal you can easily chop them up how you’d like them in recipes and store in the freezer. Use them later in stir fry dishes or anything that calls for peppers that need to be cooked down a little.
Whenever cooking fresh fruits and vegetables I prefer to just slightly cook the produce enough that the flavors come out. They’re done for us when they still have a little bit of a bite, like al-dente pasta! Our daughter used to suffer from a rare food allergy called FPIES. This allergy really limited her to certain foods and her first protein was pork!
We made Grilled Pork Chops with Pineapple and Peppers pretty often and still enjoy it. Raw Coconut Aminos became a staple in our home ever since we discovered it! We limit soy even after she outgrew it. It seems that soybeans are in everything these days!
Our little lady loves sweet flavors and the sweeter the pineapple, the sweeter your dish! There’s no added sugar in this recipe at all, unless you really like your food sweet, then you could add if you’d like. By adding in the pineapple to the marinade and into the dish you’re definitely going to get that delicious sweet pineapple flavor!
Our motto at every meal is to enjoy as many colors as you can! Looking for a fried recipe to serve along with your Grilled Pork Chops with Pineapple and Peppers? Try our Broccoli Quinoa Fried Rice! Loaded with tons of protein and veggies too!
Grilled Pork Chops with Pineapple and Peppers Recipe
- In a blender combine the ingredients for the marinade. Pour over pork chops and allow to marinate for at least a half hour.
- Heat up a grill pan and and cook pork chops until cooked throughout.
- Meanwhile in a large pan cook the coconut aminos, peppers, onions, garlic and ginger.
- Once the peppers are getting soft add in the pineapple.
- Chop your pork chops into bite size pieces and add into the mixture of peppers and pineapple.
- Cook for about 2 minutes together before serving.
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