Meat has also been given a bad rap over the years. In moderation, properly cooked, lean, unprocessed meats are rich in fiber, protein and nutrients. Not everyone has the discipline to go completely vegan or even vegetarian. However, eating small amounts of lean meats is healthy.
Chicken is extremely versatile and can be cooked in literally hundreds of ways. If prepared in a healthy manner (as not fried), chicken is extremely healthy as it is high in protein and nutrients. Chicken breasts are the lowest in calories.
Recipe and photo by The Pinch of Yum
Garlic Basil Chicken with Tomato Sauce Butter has the unique aroma that will make you fall in love with this dish. And if you add the tomatoes from your own garden, the aroma will be even more charming.
Lean beef is an excellent source of both protein and iron.
Recipe and photo by Le Creme de la Crumb
Also, try Slow Cooker Beef on Rice – a classic Sunday dinner recipe which is cooked slowly to become perfectly tender and served ontop of rice. You will love this juicy beef with marvelous gravy.
As lambs feed mostly on grass, their meat is naturally high in Omega-3 fatty acids and proteins.
Recipe and photo by The Kitchen Mccabe
If you wish to have something unusual for dinner, cook Balsamic Glazed Lamb Chops. Of course, if there’s a place where you can buy lamb nearby.