Recently scored a few pork tenderloins, hard to come by in my neighborhood, and found this recipe in Cooking Light. I have modified the cooking instructions to my preferred technique for perfect pork tenderloin. The results are delicious and pair exceptionally well with mashed or whipped potatoes. Pure comfort food.
Haven't tried this one yet, but sounds really good. Please post a review and let me know. A great way to ensure tender and moist chops is to soak them in a brine of 1 cup milk to 1/2 Tbs salt for at least 1 hour before using in a recipe.
I think this was in an old issue of SFI - Super Food Ideas, I thought it sounded a bit different from your everyday rosti as it uses sweet potato, salad cream & mustard, a great side dish to serve with steak or fish.
The orange and cumin flavors give this chicken a real Mediterranean feel. Try to find fresh oregano, it just doesn't work with the powdery dry stuff. If you can't get oregano sprigs, go for thyme or tarragon, but always use fresh.
I really enjoy spinach based salad with creamy dressings and this simple recipe is really great. Depending on the type of mayo you use this recipe can also be suitable for low carb diets. Serves four as a side salad, or 1-2 people as lunch. From a newspaper clipping.
A spicy Moroccan style dish. As the couscous has minimal cooking time the garlic flavour is quite strong, reduce the amount of garlic in the couscous or use some roasted garlic paste if you aren't keen on very garlicky food. This recipe came from the Home Beautiful magazine. The marinade also works well with chicken fillets.