Healthy And Easy Meat Recipe Ideas That Your Family Will Fall In Love With
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Are you looking for a way to clean up the way you eat, but still keep it delicious? Well, you’re in luck! We have put together a bunch of meaty recipes that are healthy and really easy for you and your family to make. The recipes include simple recipes made with an assortment of different types of meat so that you can find one that best suits you and your family. You have a selection of different types of meat.
You are going to really enjoy these nutritious recipes that are perfect for simple lunches and dinners and can be spruced up for more exciting dinner parties. They are filling, uncomplicated, and are bursting with amazing flavor, leaving you feeling satisfied.
What To Look For When Buying Your Meat
We are becoming more and more aware of the unhealthy and inhumane feeding habits of the meat production industry. This is why we can’t recommend grass-fed meat enough. Nothing can beat the insane flavor you find in grass-fed organic skirt steaks and on top of this look for meat that was raised without the use of antibiotics and any other added hormones. It is really important to avoid those nasties. Organic and grass-fed meat is much healthier, more sustainable, it is humane and far more flavorful than typical, factory-farmed meat.
1. Roast Beef
The Roast Beef recipe from Diethood has freshly chopped garlic and rosemary for a flavor sensation. It only needs a small handful of ingredients you probably already have in your pantry and is absolutely mouth-watering.
2. Chicken Shawarma
When I say, “shawarma,” you say, “but I don’t have a rotisserie”… And I say, “with this recipe you don’t need one!” The Mediterranean Dish gives you all the information and tips on how to make shawarma at home. Featuring some beautiful Middle Eastern spices, this recipe is served in pita pockets, with a nice Mediterranean-style salad and sauce.
3. Turkey Chili
This is a good one. Ambitious Kitchen makes a delicious turkey chili. Made with ground chili and kidney beans this is a really clean option. It only takes 55 minutes to prepare from start to finish, so this will be one you keep coming back to. It’s a mixture between paleo and clean eating as it is gluten-free. Make this in a slow cooker, or on a stovetop for the chili of your dreams.
4. Roasted Leg Of Lamb
Damn Delicious has blessed us with the most divine Roasted Leg of Lamb recipe. Just like the previous recipe, it doesn’t require too much time and effort and is even great for first-timers trying to impress their guests. It is a flavorful, nourishing, protein-rich dream.
5. Grilled Pork Chops
6. Garlic Shrimp with Quinoa
One pan. Packed with protein. Quick and easy. This recipe by Well Plated truly is a less is more recipe. With a generous handful of garlic and a touch of lemon and chili, this recipe has a zing to it that is bursting with flavor. This recipe takes just 30 minutes from start to finish and the quinoa makes it much healthier than other grain options.
7. Oven-Baked Salmon
For those nights you want to make a quick but healthy dinner, this one only takes 20 minutes. With minimal ingredients, you can make yourself a delicious oven-baked salmon dinner for four. The Food Network details this easy recipe that can be eaten as is, or used as a base to create your own flavor combo. The best options are salty, like the idea above, sweet, or sour. Sweet options include a sweet brown sugar and maple orange sauce, and the sour option is a yummy creamy-lemon sauce or some vinegar. The choice is yours.
8. Bison Burger
We like to think of Bison as super beefy grass-fed beef. It is an extremely lean type of meat, which makes it quite healthy. For one of the quicker burger options follow the recipe by The Pioneer Woman. The magic ingredient is Worcestershire sauce (who knew?). Be sure to cook your patties to the point of being medium-rare for the best flavor.
With all of these options, you are set for a week of cooking and trying a different meal every night. Play around with the recipes by adding things to make them even more interesting and tasty.