Tired of beef and chicken? Update your menu with these mouthwatering keto ground pork recipes!
I don’t often encounter keto recipes that use ground pork.
Considering that it’s healthy, versatile, and super affordable, it just doesn’t make sense.
I’ve decided to remedy this by featuring a collection of keto ground pork recipes everyone will absolutely enjoy.
These recipes prove that ground pork deserves the same level of attention we give to beef and chicken!
Choose from crunchy wraps to juicy potstickers and everything in between.
These recipes will be a hit to both keto and non-keto dieters alike.
This egg roll in a bowl is just as addictive as the real thing!
It’s because this dish has all the ingredients in the popular Asian dish, without the egg roll wrapper.
A fun stir-fry packed with ground pork, slaw mix, and eggs in an umami-rich sauce, this dish is what I call happiness in a bowl.
Drizzle over some sriracha and green onions for presentation and extra flavor.
Here’s another stir-fry that’ll make your taste buds jump up and down with joy.
This recipe makes the traditional dish healthier by using herbs and spices instead of bottled sauces to flavor the pork.
The spices here include ginger, garlic, jalapenos, and sambal olek, a spicy chili paste from Indonesia.
If you like spicy food, this definitely has your name on it.
Start your day right with fried eggs and breakfast sausage!
Don’t just settle for store-bought breakfast sausage, though. That stuff is packed with carbs.
Make your own at home, instead. It’s not as difficult as you think, and all the effort is worth it.
This breakfast sausage is exploding with flavors from paprika, thyme, and lots of other spices.
As Laos’ national dish, larb is the best way to get to know the country’s cuisine.
It’s a meat salad made with sauteed ground meat cooked in fish sauce, chipotle powder, citrus, and lots of herbs & seasonings.
Confused about the name? Fun fact: While distinct in some ways, Thailand and Laos share similar histories, cultures, and cuisines.
They’re actually considered sibling countries!
Serve larb over greens or use it as a lettuce wrap filling.
These meatballs are moist, juicy, and oh-so cheesy!
This recipe combines ground pork with shredded cheddar, herbs, and seasonings to give them that extra oomph.
They’re not just tastier than traditional meatballs, but also healthier. They’re keto-friendly, gluten-free, and baked, not fried.
Serve meatballs with marinara and zucchini noodles and enjoy.
The personality of a pizza usually depends on its toppings. This pizza gets its character from the crust.
Instead of the typical dough-based flour, this recipe uses ground meat for its crust. This idea is a stroke of genius!
Not only does it make the pizza keto-friendly, but it also makes it even more to die for.
This stir-fry features ground pork, zucchini, and mushrooms cooked in Szechuan sauce.
Made with soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, and hot sauce, the sauce is a perfect mixture of savory, sweet, and umami-rich flavors.
Turn this stir-fry into a hearty meal by serving it over shirataki noodles.
In case you’re not familiar, shirataki noodles are a zero-calorie pasta alternative with a firm and chewy texture similar to glass noodles.
Tourtiere is a French Canadian meat pie made with ground meat and potatoes.
This recipe makes a low-carb counterpart of the dish that allows you to enjoy the meat pie without breaking your ketosis.
The key here is to make a keto-friendly crust using almond flour.
The process is the same as making regular pie crust, so it won’t be difficult at all!
These egg roll wraps are literally wrapped in eggs!
The only thing that makes traditional Chinese egg rolls not keto-friendly is the crunchy wrapper.
This recipe solves the problem by using crepes made with whisked eggs. What a great idea, amirite?
While these makeshift wrappers aren’t crunchy at all, their rich, savory flavors more than make up for it.
These are bell peppers stuffed with ground pork and seasoned minced cauliflower.
They’re topped with lots of cheese and roasted in marinara sauce.
They’re so hearty and delectable, people may not even realize that they’re keto.
You’ll love the use of cauliflower here instead of actual rice.
Since their textures are very similar, you get that feeling of eating rice.
Who says you can’t have a hamburger when you’re on a keto diet?
Sure, you have to skip the buns, but lettuce makes a surprisingly fantastic alternative.
These burgers are super moist, juicy, and packed with flavor.
Aside from keeping the dish keto-friendly, the lettuce also gives the patties a nice crunch.
How can potstickers be low-carb, you ask? The answer is mozzarella.
Instead of dumpling wrappers, these potstickers are wrapped in baked sheets of mozzarella cheese.
I mean, what a brilliant idea!
Just when you think potstickers couldn’t be more addictive, this recipe takes them to a whole new level.
This recipe combines ground pork, bacon, cabbage, and cauliflower rice to form a simple yet flavor-packed dish.
While this mix of meats and veggies alone is already good enough, it doesn’t end there.
The ingredients are cooked in heavy cream and tomato sauce, creating a thick and luscious sauce.
They look like burger patties, but they taste like meatloaf! This recipe puts a fun twist on the American classic.
Besides ground pork, these mini meatloaves also feature chopped bacon, mushrooms, and tomatoes.
They’re smothered with a ketchup-based sauce, which provides a sweet and tangy contrast to the savory meat.
Chopped Brussels sprouts join forces with savory and smoky ground pork to make a healthy yet delectable dish.
The combo is seasoned with an array of spices and seasonings, including cayenne, ancho chili, and paprika.
That said, expect this dish to have some significant kick!
Top the dish with runny fried eggs and serve.
This fried rice will satisfy your craving for Chinese food without having to give up your keto diet.
The not-so-secret secret here is to use cauliflower rice.
When stir-fried with ground pork, eggs, peas, and seasonings, you’ll barely notice the difference.
Both ordinary biscuits and gravy are loaded with carbs, but there’s a simple way to make them keto.
For the biscuits, you use almond flour, and for the gravy, tapioca starch.
These flour substitutes are both low in carbs, but they provide the same delicious results as regular flour would.
While this wonton soup doesn’t contain wonton at all, the shrimp and pork meatballs make up for its absence.
Regular meatballs are great, but these ones are next-level.
The use of both chopped shrimp and ground pork gives the balls a wonderful combination of sweet and savory flavors.
The shrimp provides a snappy crunch to the tender meatballs, to boot.
If you enjoy dishes with fun texture combinations, this Chinese stir-fry is a must-try.
The flavors are similar to what you would expect from a classic Chinese stir-fry.
What makes it a cut above the rest is the addition of bean sprouts.
Bean sprouts add a nice, juicy crunch to the dish, along with many, many health benefits.
They’re rich in protein, fiber, and vitamin C, to name a few!
Here’s another Szechuan dish for the whole family. It may be a keto dish, but I’m sure everyone will love it.
The soup’s broth alone is already phenomenal, with its wonderful mix of Thai chilis, ginger, curry, and rice vinegar.
The hot and sour flavors are really strong in this one!
Add to the mix savory ground pork and earthy mushrooms for a cozy, warming, and soul-soothing treat.
These pork ramen noodles are low-carb thanks to shirataki noodles. The magical, zero-calorie noodle alternative strikes again.
Besides being low-carb, you’ll also love how this dish is incredibly packed with flavor.
Loaded with ground pork, zucchini, and perfectly seasoned beef broth, this dish is Japanese comfort food at its best.
Love Olive Garden’s Zuppa Toscana? Make a keto copycat at home!
It’s a merry mix of ground pork, bacon, and roasted cauliflower swimming in a creamy garlic broth.
This homemade version is just as mouthwatering as the real deal.
Annyeonghaseyo! I’ve been cooking a lot of Korean food lately, mainly because I’ve gotten hooked on Korean drama.
If you’ve ever seen a Korean film or TV show, you know how mouthwatering Korean dishes are!
Seriously, I can’t watch an episode without craving Korean food.
One of the dishes I’ve tried making so far is this kimchi soup. And it blew me away.
While ground pork is a primary ingredient here, it’s the broth that truly steals the show.
Infused with kimchi, the broth gets a mix of rich, savory, spicy, and sour flavors. It’s uniquely delectable!
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