7 Secrets of Healthy Holiday Indulgence

How to savor the delights of cheese, chocolate, caramel, and meat in light, smart, delicious ways.

Secret #2: Keep Servings Small But Satisfying

Secret #2: Keep Servings Small But Satisfying

A healthy portion of pork is 4 ounces raw, which cooks down to about 3 ounces. Now, a 3-ounce cut of the holiday centerpiece could look puny on the plate if it's naked, but not when you dress this roast up with a filling that features licorice-like fennel, tangy dried cherries, and lots of herbs. Slices are larger with the stuffing, and the port wine sauce that drapes over the meat is sop-it-up satisfying. All this pleasure, and the entrée is well under 300 calories!

Use the gorgeous flavors of dried cherries, pungent herbs, and rich port wine to keep servings small but satisfying. 

View Recipe: Roast Stuffed Pork Loin with Port Sauce

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