Pork and Cauliflower Hash

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Pork, Cauliflower and Mushroom Hash

Last night I was trying to figure out what to make for dinner.  There were pork chops thawed out, but our usual methods of preparing them always turn out so tough and tasteless.  I decided I would prepare the pork as I would for Cauliflower Fried Rice, small cubes fried one layer at a time in butter (or sometimes I'll use coconut oil [affiliate link]).

I made a salad to go with the meal, and I steamed some cauliflower, and sauteed some mushrooms.  It wasn't until everything was complete that I thought to add them all together in one bowl with some butter and salt.

Delicious!

  • 4 pork chops
  • 1 medium head cauliflower
  • 6 mushrooms, sliced
  • butter

Cut the pork chops into small cubes.  Heat your skillet (I use cast iron) and toss in some butter. Allow to heat until the butter is bubbling.  Add one layer of pork cubes.  You can mash the layer down with a spoon so that it completely covers the surface.  Salt and pepper the layer.  Cook the layer on medium heat. Do not disturb the layer of meat until at least half looks brown, instead of pink. At that point you can flip the cubes over and finish cooking on the other side.  When all pieces are done (no more pink), remove from skillet into a glass casserole dish and place in the oven at 250°F to keep it heated while you are cooking the next layer.

While the layer of meat is cooking, start the cauliflower steaming.  Cook until it is fork tender.

When the meat is done, placed the sliced mushrooms into the skillet and cook until done. You may have to add more butter.

Mix all ingredients together, and add more butter, salt and pepper to taste.

You could also serve these ingredients separately, but I thought it was rather yummy all mixed together and a nice substitute for “hash”. I think I will try making it again sometime with frozen peas and cubed carrots. That would add some color, and a different flavor.  It would also be good with green bell peppers.



Recipe: Pork and Cauliflower Hash
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Recipe type: Main Dish
 
Ingredients
  • 4 pork chops
  • 1 medium head cauliflower
  • 6 mushrooms, sliced
  • butter
Instructions
  1. Cut the pork chops into small cubes.
  2. Heat your skillet (I use cast iron) and toss in some butter.
  3. Allow to heat until the butter is bubbling.
  4. Add one layer of pork cubes.
  5. You can mash the layer down with a spoon so that it completely covers the surface.
  6. Salt and pepper the layer.
  7. Cook the layer on medium heat.
  8. Do not disturb the layer of meat until at least half looks brown, instead of pink.
  9. At that point you can flip the cubes over and finish cooking on the other side.
  10. When all pieces are done (no more pink), remove from skillet into a glass casserole dish and place in the oven at 250°F to keep it heated while you are cooking the next layer.
  11. While the layer of meat is cooking, start the cauliflower steaming.
  12. Cook until it is fork tender.
  13. When the meat is done, placed the sliced mushrooms into the skillet and cook until done.
  14. You may have to add more butter.
  15. Mix all ingredients together, and add more butter, salt and pepper to taste.

 

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3 comments to Pork and Cauliflower Hash

  • Alicia

    This looks delicious!! Will have to try it for sure!

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  • What a wonderful comfort dish – it sounds heavenly – anything cooked in butter is heavenly! Brilliant idea to put it all together. I bet the addition of carrots and peas would be lovely. Thanks for sharing this with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop!

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    Starlene Reply:

    @Christy, hi, thank you for stopping by from the Hearth and Soul Hop! This was very delicious and very much a comfort dish. LOL, I do love butter! 🙂 I am definitely going to try it with carrots and peas sometime.

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