We finally got to use our final Tortillas to make a Quesadilla.
- The Tortillas were six for $1.99 and we shared two, or 33c per serve
- Half a can of refried beans, shared across two halves is 26c per serve
- We used two slices of Swiss per serve, or 68c
- Add 50c for Salsa.
It turned out pretty well for $1.77 per serve.
The Pork Loin chops came from our Keller Crafted meat box, and are a heritage breed, which means there is a lot more fat than modern pork.
We served with a new recipe: Caramelized Cabbage.
- The Pork Cutlets costing $11.55 or $5.78 per serve
- The Savoy Cabbage was $1.07 or 54c per serve
- Tomato Paste was 85c or 43c per serve
- Add 30c for seasoning
- Add 40c for garlic and other ingredients
- Add 50c for butter for frying
- Add 20c for Tzatziki Labne.
The Cabbage turned out really well. The Tomato Sauce had a good mix of spice and heat, and the Cabbage was fall-apart tasty. It paired well with the perfectly cooked, and very moist, Pork Chops. A great meal for $8.15 per serve.