When people think of healthy eating, beef is just about the last thing that comes to mind. But not all beef is unhealthy.
Could we lighten Fettuccine Alfredo enough to take it out of the once, maybe twice a year, category?
The best part of Chicken Parmesan is the crisp, golden coating—can you get the same flavor without frying the cutlets in a lot of fat?
This Southwestern-style chili often cooks up bland and watery, with chewy bits of rubbery chicken that make home cooks ask, "Where's the beef?"
Jazz up chicken breasts without relying on butter and heavy cream to add flavor.
This dish is light, but still hearty enough to be the main course.
Nothing is simpler than a pork tenderloin, roasted to perfection and dressed up with a flavorful glaze. And nothing says spring more than fresh artichokes and rhubarb.
Although some stir-fry recipes call for ground pork, we find that strips of lean meat from the tenderloin are the best option because ground pork can be quite fatty.
For juicy and flavorful burgers, either grind your
own turkey in the food processor or add ricotta
cheese to lean, commercially ground turkey.
We wanted to keep this a light dish—the trick was how to bind the vegetables with the pasta without resorting to fatty ingredients like oil, meat, or cheese.