300 Calorie Pork Main Dish Recipes
The traditional Goan pork dish flavored with chilies, garlic and vinegar. It's spicy and tangy at the same time. Leaves your taste buds tingling for more. Serve with rice or crusty rolls.
Pork shank isn't as rich as veal, but I like it better in osso buco. Still, if you want veal you can use it here too.
This was a favorite with the grand kids. I sometimes use chicken breast in place of the pork. Serve over rice and crunchy noodles.
If you love BBQ sauce, this is a tasty and easy dish to whip up when you're short on time. We like these BBQ chops with long grain rice mixed with turmeric and peas.
Spicy-sweet pork tenderloin: easy to make and a real crowd-pleaser! Serve with a cucumber-red onion salad and soft polenta or cornbread.
I finally arrived at this recipe after trying several combinations of typical smoked pulled pork ingredients. I am quite pleased with how it turned out. It's spicy, sweet, and delicious, enjoy!
Nanny (Evelyn Lantz) was from Louisville, KY and passed this recipe to Grandma Loebach who passed to Gram and then to us. Nanny always said she'd live to be 100 and no older and that's what she did!
This is the best and most basic way to ensure a juicy, perfectly-cooked pork roast every time. This recipe really requires a good thermometer -- either a $10 instant-read type or, even better, the type that pierces the meat and stays in place while connected to an outside-the-oven monitor. If you can swing that, then try your favorite marinade or rub on this recipe. Use your imagination on the rubs and marinades, but ensure you bring your roast directly from the fridge to the roasting pan -- Dad's recipe works best that way.
My Grandmother 'Nanaw' Rowan made the most delicious meatloaf in the state. When she passed away, she didn't leave me her recipe, but she left me the desire to recreate it. I think this is it, in flavor and texture. Don't let the number of ingredients discourage you. It's part of the magic in creating a masterpiece!