These delicious main dishes are fully cooked making them perfect for a weeknight meal. Just Heat & Eat to enjoy!
November 30, 2015
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Chipotle Pork Roast
Seared and slow-cooked, this juicy, tender, fall-off-the-bone pork roast comes in a smoky, packed-with-flavor sauce of chipotle, lime, and garlic. This versatile dish works deliciously when pulled into pieces and tucked inside sandwiches and tacos with fresh salsa and warm pinto beans, or spooned over fluffy cilantro-tossed brown rice topped with ribbons of crisp lettuce.
Cooking Light’s Seared Chicken Margherita is slowly simmered in a sauce of juicy tomatoes, extra-virgin olive oil, garlic, and fragrant basil. To serve, heat and top with aged Parmesan cheese and add sides of whole-wheat pasta and fresh green salad. Or, top with a slice of provolone, broil to melt the cheese, and layer with spinach on whole-grain bread for a savory sandwich.
At Cooking Light we know even experienced home cooks do not always have hours to dedicate to the low, slow process that produces tender, crave-worthy meat. Enter our Korean-Inspired Pork Roast: Cooked sous vide, it is lusciously moist with a sweet and savory sauce of dark brown sugar and spices. For a quick, tasty meal, enjoy with steamed rice, kimchi, and sautéed greens.
Lean top sirloin beef is seared and slow-cooked to perfection – yielding tender, juicy meat that’s surrounded by a savory, peppery crust. A hint of garlic and fresh herbs keeps this simple sirloin bright and fresh. Create a delicious meal by tucking inside sandwiches, tossing into crisp green salads, or serving alongside steamed, fresh veggies and fluffy mashed potatoes.
All-natural lean turkey breast is rubbed with heart-healthy canola oil and lightly seasoned in salt and pepper for a simple, classic roasted preparation – giving you full creative control over lunch or dinner. Toss it into salads, pile it onto sandwiches with cranberry-mayo, bake it into casseroles, or enjoy alongside farm-fresh veggies and toasty whole-grain pilaf.
Flavorful beef sirloin is rubbed with dark brown sugar, coffee, ancho chile, garlic, and spices, then cooked to medium-rare. To serve, gently heat and add sides of buttery mashed potatoes and steamed vegetables, or create an upscale sandwich of cold beef slices on a crusty fresh baguette smeared with stone-ground mustard and spicy arugula.
Tender chunks of boneless chicken breast are slowly simmered in coconut milk and real cream and seasoned with a fragrant spices for a deeply satisfying, any-night dinner. With its warming flavor notes, Cooking Light’s Chicken Korma tastes best over steamed brown rice. Complete the meal with a garnish of fresh parsley and a green side salad or a quick kale and garlic sauce.