This Keto Sweet & Sour Pork Sheet Pan Meal brings lots of flavor, without a ton of work! If pork isn’t your favorite, you can easily substitute chicken or shrimp in this tasty keto version of the Chinese takeout classic! Dairy free, egg free, and nut free too!
While the classic sweet and sour pork is usually deep fried, baking this Keto Sweet & Sour Pork on a sizzling hot sheet pan results in surprisingly crispy and satisfying results! The seasoned coconut flour coating makes a nice surface for our Keto Sweet & Sour sauce to cling to, and the overall mouth feel is very pleasant and authentic.
I’m not a fan of green bell peppers, so I opted for red and yellow here, but if you are good with the green then you can certainly add those in. Do be sure to measure the vegetables as called for though, because onions and ripe bell peppers do contain some carbs, and if you eat them with wild abandon you could easily go over your carb budget for the day.
Overeating vegetables isn’t usually a problem I have, but these sweet and toasty onions and peppers were crazy delicious and I couldn’t get enough of them!
If you’ve been missing Chinese takeout then you’re going to love this Keto Sweet & Sour Pork! Mr. Hungry hates peppers but he loved this dish, and said if he could have this keto version whenever he wanted, he’d never miss Chinese food again.
That might be an overstatement, but he was enthralled in the moment so take it with a grain. Still, it was delicious and easy – two of my favorite words to associate with any keto dinner recipe. ??
If you’re fully gluten free then I recommend replacing the soy sauce with gluten free tamari sauce – if you also avoid all soy, then fish sauce or coconut aminos would work well in this recipe too. Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce is also gluten free.
This Keto Sweet & Sour Pork would go perfectly with cauliflower rice – and the sauce would flavor it nicely. But if you’re feeling extra, you could always serve this with my Coconut Lime Cauliflower Rice!Print