Greek Chops with Fennel and Onions

Pork is a very budget friendly protein source. Here in the south, we’re full-up on hog farms and some of them are sustainable traditional farms where the animals play in the dirt. Check out your farmer’s market for the freshest selection of responsibly farmed white meat.

Sprinkled with Feta

1 lb thin sliced pork chops
1 small yellow onion
1 head fennel
2-3 TB evoo
2 TB greek seasoning (recipe follows)

Sprinkle chops with greek seasoning. Slice veggies into thin strips. Heat evoo over medium high. Brown chops on first side. Turn over. Add veggies to top of saute pan. Brown for 1 minute. Stir rapidly to saute in veggies. Cook for about 3 more minutes until chops are cooked through.

Excellent along side hummus, greek rice salad, pitas, or with yogurt sauce.

Greek Seasoning

1 part: oregano, thyme, onion, garlic, marjoram, paprika
1/2 part: lavender, mint, cumin, black pepper
1/4 part: salt (optional)

Store in mason jar or other air tight container. Spices should be rotated quarterly.

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