Larb is a dish that originates from Laos and northern Thailand, so this Keto Pork Larb is a take on the traditional dish with a very limited amount of carbs added.
Larb can be made from any sort of protein but is usually made from chicken, pork, beef or mushrooms. It can be served in lettuce leaves as shown in the photos above, or simply eaten straight from the bowl. Its a fantastic dish that tends to be a little higher in protein, which generally isn’t a problem unless your specifically keeping your protein below a certain threshold for dietary reasons.
Keto Pork Larb
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How many calories in Larb?
If you’re wondering How many calories in Larb?, then hopefully I can answer this question for you.
The nutritional information can be found here for this recipe:
How many carbs in Keto Pork Larb?
That’s a good question. Well, I also wondered about How many carbs in Keto Pork Larb? before I created this recipe, so you’re not alone! If you look above, hopefully, the nutritional information panel can answer this question, but if it doesn’t, you can always leave a comment below and I’ll answer as promptly as I can.
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- Heat a frying pan to medium high and add the ground pork to the pan. Add in the onion, garlic coconut oil and fish sauce.
- Cook for about 5-10 minutes until browning starts to occur.
- Remove from the heat, mixing in the lime juice, erythritol and coriander, and let it sit for 2 mins.
- Spoon into your lettuce leaves and enjoy.