with braised apples and cabbage
- Pork tenderloin - 1 lb, sliced at a bias
- Lemons - 1/2, wedges
- Eggs - 2
- Almond meal - 1/2 cup
- Salt - 1/4 tsp
- Black pepper - 1/4 tsp
- Oil, cooking - 2 Tbsp
- Garlic - 2 cloves, chopped
- Cabbage, red - 16 oz, thinly sliced
- Apples, any type - 1, diced
- Butter - 1 1/2 Tbsp
- Vinegar, apple cider - 1 1/2 Tbsp
- Maple syrup - 1 tsp
- Garlic / Cabbage - Prep as directed. Store separately. (Can be done up to 4 days ahead)
- Pork - Slice into 3/4” / 1.9 cm thick cutlets. Place each cutlet between two pieces of plastic wrap or parchment paper and pound with a tenderizer until roughly half as thick, like this video for chicken. Season on both sides with some salt and pepper. (Can be done 1 day ahead)
- Apples / Lemons - Prep as directed. (You can leave the skin on the apples.)
- Prep breading stations - In one container whisk eggs with some salt and pepper. In a second container or plate combine almond meal, salt, and pepper.
- Cook cabbage by heating a saute pan or Dutch oven over medium heat. Add butter and then garlic and apples to melted butter. Saute for ~2 minutes before adding cabbage with a pinch of salt. Saute for another 14 to 16 minutes, until cabbage is tender.
- While cabbage is cooking, dip each pork cutlet into eggs and then in almond meal. Repeat until all cutlets are breaded.
- Heat a skillet or non-stick pan over medium heat. Add oil and then cutlets to heated oil (do this in batches and / or add some additional oil as needed). Cook for 2-1/2 to 3 minutes on each side, transferring to a plate when cooked through.
- Stir vinegar and maple syrup into finished cabbage and season with some salt.
- Serve pork with cabbage on the side. Squeeze lemon wedges over everything. Enjoy!
The cabbage totally made this meal. Great to see some seasonal dishes like this worked into the meal plan!1 Helpful
This meal has become a go-to for our family. It is the one my daughter consistently requests. I usually skip the noodles and add in another vegetable. Can be done in the aibfryer also.0 Helpful
I ended up combining meal plans and used sides from another dish, but the pork and sour cream sauce alone deserve 5 stars.0 Helpful
Pork was a hit. I sliced it thinner as per another review. Cabbage was meh, but it would take a miracle for me to like cabbage. Kids liked the princess shaped noodles. Used much more oil than it called for otherwise the breading would burn. Probably not the healthiest.0 Helpful
Tasty - but more time consuming than I'd like.0 Helpful
One of my husbands new favorite meals. He's already asked me if I can make it again soon!0 Helpful
Love this cabbage, I think I’d prefer chicken over pork , more seasoning in the breading.0 Helpful