This may be the best ever stuffed pork loin recipe! The ideal centerpiece to a fall harvest feast (or alternative to traditional Thanksgiving turkey), this pork loin roast melds the best of sweet and savory. Serve with a side of seasonal veggies and a glass of dry, crisp Riesling.
Who doesn’t love bruschetta? This chicken recipe is a great option if you are looking for a “lite” meal and can be made low carb/keto and low calorie by omitting the bread crumbs and cooking in olive oil. This meal can go from fridge to table in as little as 20 minutes and is a great option for the whole family — even your picky eaters as you can easily skip the bruschetta. For a more filling meal, add chicken on top of hot pasta that has been coated in olive oil and fresh garlic. If you don’t have tomato bruschetta on hand, you can easily make your own by combining a can of diced tomatoes with juices, olive oil, chopped garlic and fresh Italian herbs.
This summer dinner idea makes use of fresh basil and vegetables you may have growing in your garden. A homemade pesto, which flavors the vegetable and couscous mix, can also be drizzled atop grilled chicken and salad immediately before serving.
Appliance used: Ninja® Foodi™ Smart XL Grill. Tip: You can use 1 egg instead of 2 egg whites, but the flavor of the batter will be a bit “eggier.” Also, you can use maple syrup instead of honey. To keep this recipe paleo, make sure your mayonnaise and hot sauce do not include any sugar or non-compliant ingredients.
This tasty dish is perfect for busy weeknights, when you don't have time to prep ingredients or wait for protein to slow roast. Boneless pork chops sear up quickly in a cast-iron pan and pan drippings make a delicious gravy to pour overtop. Serve with a salad and side of vegetables for a well-balanced meal.
Apple-picking season is the perfect time to make this tangy harvest-inspired salad. Sauteed apple slices and grilled chicken top a healthy kale salad, which is dressed in a warm cider vinaigrette.
The secret to these succulent pork chops is in the garlic-infused marinade and vinegar and brown sugar dipping sauce, which takes minutes to make and can be stored for several months. Use sauce to top chicken, veggies or even a bowl of ice cream!
Maitake mushrooms lend earthy flavor to these premium pork burgers, which taste best when grilled and served up with the accompanying Asian-style aioli.
These kebabs will make you feel like you’re on vacation (almost!). Use your favorite jerk seasoning and load on the veggies! These kebabs can be made in the oven or on the grill or pancake griddle, which will give the chicken and fixings a nice smoky char. If you have time and prefer a more intense flavor, season kebabs and let them marinate in the fridge for as long as possible.
This low-carb dinner idea comes together quickly and slow roasts in the oven, melding flavors and softening the cabbage. Drizzle Asian dipping sauce on rolls, hot out of the oven, or serve alongside.