Pork tenderloin, one of the leanest sources of protein, is a smart, low-fat choice for an entrée. Our Test Kitchen gave it an herb rub to keep flavor high and sodium low, then paired it with a dried-cherry relish, rich in antioxidants, for a fabulous, heart-healthy meal as good for you as it is good!
Looking for an elegant but easy dinner you can put together in a twinkling for guests or unexpected visitors? These lightly breaded medallions from the Light & Tasty Test Kitchen are truly something special!
A homemade marinade adds delicious flavor to the stir-fried pork in this main dish salad. The fast, fresh meal is easy to toss together with canned apricots and convenient salad kits. TIP: Look for the Asian crunch salad mix in the produce section near other bagged salad blends. If you can’t find it, pick up mixed greens, snow peas, shredded carrot, chow mein noodles and a bottle of sesame ginger or Asian-style salad dressing.
This surprisingly simple pork tenderloin is unique and full-flavored! The sauce is bursting with fig flavor, while the seasoning adds bite, and the orange adds subtle citrus flair.
—Kathy Pettit, Los Angeles, California
Bernice Dean of Garland, Texas typically makes this dish in the oven, but our Test Kitchen took it to the grill with outstanding results. Toss additional rosemary sprigs on the grill coals to enhance the smoky rosemary flavor. A simple sauce of pineapple preserves and horseradish gives the pork a tasty treatment. The brand of horseradish you select will determine the "heat" level of the sauce.
I based the recipe for these noodles on a similar dish I found in a magazine. I changed a few things around and my husband and I loved it. It's just as good when the pork is replaced with seafood.—Jennifer Enzer of Manchester, Michigan
I love the sweet flavor of red, yellow and orange peppers. I always go for these in the summer when they are inexpensive and plentiful, plus I think they taste a whole lot better than green peppers. —Liv Vors, Peterborough, Ontario