I am always looking for new twists on the foods we eat all the time at our house and sometimes a fast version. These two recipes (if you can even call them that) can be served together and are both super simple. Add a salad or a green bean and you will have a meal the entire family will enjoy in no time flat. You will love the simplicity of this pork tenderloin and don’t forget Pork loin is a lean cut of mean low in calories and fat and high in protein!
Follow these three steps to come home to a house that smells good and a dinner that tastes like you were in the kitchen all-day.
Pork Loin Nutrition
One serving of pork loin is 4 ounces and has 121 calories per serving. Pork loin has a low fat count—just 4 grams per serving—no carbs and no fiber. But what it also shows is an amazing 22 grams of protein per 4 ounces of pork loin!
Pork loins also provide us with plenty of essential vitamins, with high levels of thiamin (52%), niacin (37%), vitamin B6 (30%), riboflavin (21%) and 8 percent of your daily value of vitamin B12. These vitamins are essential for successful fat loss as well as improved health.
I love roasted red skin potatoes and this is just a kicked up version.
Pre heat your oven to 425*. Quarter some red skin potatoes and add in 2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil and toss in a pan with a little salt and pepper. Sprinkle with bacon (you can never use too much) and drizzle over a little bacon grease for some extra flavor if you wish. Bake for about 30 minutes or until tender, add shredded cheese and bake till melted!