Meat & Poultry Recipes

No-butter chicken, baked chicken taquitos and grilled bison burgers are just a few of the delicious, healthy recipes you will find in this section.

Burger Recipe

Adding bacon to your burger mix makes the burgers incredibly juicy and flavorful. Toppings can include smoked cheddar cheese (my personal favorite), a fried egg, bacon and avocado. These delicious burgers make a filling, tasty meal – no bun needed. Click for the recipe

Lamb Chops

Intensely flavorful, lamb chops require minimal effort to taste amazing. Simply season with salt, pepper, garlic and rosemary; pan-fry for a couple of minutes on each side, and you have yourself a true delicacy. Your only concern as the chef is not overcooking your lamb chops. Click for the recipe

Carnitas Recipe

Crispy, flavorful pork carnitas, wonderful on their own, in warm tortillas or lettuce wraps, or spooned over rice or cauliflower rice. Click for the recipe

Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Bacon wrapped pork tenderloin is amazing. Wrapping the pork in bacon not just enhances the flavor, but also ensures the pork stays super juicy. My roasted pork tenderloin is wonderful, but bacon wrapped is now my favorite way of preparing pork tenderloin. Click for the recipe

Chicken Liver Mousse

Chicken liver mousse is a delicacy, but it’s also very healthy. Take a look at how nutritionally dense a single serving of this chicken liver mousse is (nutrition info via


It’s also surprisingly easy to make. If you prefer not to spread your chicken liver mousse on toast, I can tell you from personal experience that it’s excellent as is, eaten with a spoon. It’s also good on celery or carrot sticks, or you can serve it with these excellent gluten-free crackers. Click for the recipe

Chinese Chicken Salad

A flavorful, easy to make and very filling Chinese chicken salad. Perfect for lunch, it also makes an easy summertime dinner. The best part? You can make it in advance and refrigerate – in fact, it tastes better when you allow the flavors to meld. Click for the recipe

Korean Beef

This flavorful Korean beef recipe is ready in less than 30 minutes. It’s made with pre-sliced sirloin steak and does not require marinating the beef. Simply stir-fry the beef, add the sauce, garnish and serve. I like to add cooked and dried shirataki noodles to the skillet to absorb the sauce, but you can skip the noodles and serve this Korean beef over steamed rice. Click for the recipe