Just a few hours for ribs that soak up the flavors of any ingredients cooked with them, and in this case it’s healthy bone broth. Fennel seed and vinegar make these particularly succulent.
Savory pork paired up with these sweet roasted apples and red onions is a smells-like-fall sensation on your table. This quick and easy pork recipe is a sure way to win favor in your family.
This pork scaloppini is light and full of flavor with fresh herbs instead of butter and white flour. With a green side-salad you’ve got a meal to remember that’s healthy and delightful.
Who says you can’t enjoy comfort food while nourishing your body? Prepare this dish when you want to share a hearty, delicious meal the entire family will love. It’s easy to double this recipe and freeze one for later.
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Make this traditional Irish dish using leaner protein to keep it filling without losing flavor.
If you have a large skillet in your kitchen, take advantage of this recipe. If you want to add a little more nutritional value, replace with a whole grain pasta.
These aren’t just regular pork chops. These come stuffed with vegetables for a burst of extra flavor in every bite you take.
What sets this recipe apart from the original Shepherd’s pie? It has less fat, less calories, but is still full of flavor!
Deep fried or pan fried, you can’t go wrong with this traditional Middel Eastern dish. Serve it up filled with a variety of veggies and just a bit of yogurt.
If you think pasta is off the menu because of high carbohydrates, reconsider. You can use half (or all) whole grain pasta and add lean protein and veggies for a healthier, tasty alternative.