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.