Mediterranean Burgers are my take on Luleh Kabob, only formed into burgers. They have a distinctly Mediterranean flavor that goes perfectly on the grill.
These gorgonzola burgers are part of my series on Pub burgers. What may look like a lot of fat is Gorgonzola cheese. Gorgonzola cheese is very similar to blue cheese. However, it’s a little lighter in flavor.
Barbeque burgers made with a special sauce and cooked on a cast iron grill taste like they just came off the backyard barbecue.
Habanero Cheddar pub burgers are not for the faint-at-heart. But, if you like spicy food, this might just be the burger for you!
When you reverse sear steak, you are ensured of an evenly cooked, tender piece of meat just the way you like it. This method works for both boneless and bone-in steaks.
Using beef and turkey with wheatgerm and plenty of spices makes this a healthy meatloaf. It’s long on flavor and short on fat.
Ground Beef Enchilada Casserole is easier on your waistline. It gets a lot of flavor from dried chili pods, fresh corn, and the leanest ground beef. Tortillas for enchiladas are usually fried in oil to soften them, but not here.
This Skinny Tamale pie is my version of my Grandmother’s famous recipe from the 1950s. Everything you expect with half the calories. Enjoy it with a salad and a glass of ice-cold beer.
You may remember that when I visited my cousin in South Carolina, part of the reason I did that was to get some of my grandmother’s recipes. I made both her Lemon Jello Cake and her tamale pie when I was there.
We made this Veal Marsala skinny by using an air fryer instead of cooking the veal in fat. If you don’t want to use veal, feel free to use thinly sliced chicken breast. This recipe comes in at 472 grams per serving of 553 calories with the pasta, 358 grams per serving at 405 calories without the pasta. Enjoy this with a green salad and white wine.
These are jumbo shells stuffed with ground beef, carrots, onions, and spinach then topped with tomato mornay. Enjoy it with a big green salad and red wine.