I love a simple dinner, but I still need it to be healthy and filling, even if it is quick! This pork dish is low in fat as it uses the loin, and is packed full of vegetables. Around this time of year I love to use seasonal ingredients, so this dish features some of the root vegetables that are around this time of year. In this dish I use parsnips, carrots and potatoes, as well as the humble Bramley cooking apple. The best bit? It’s all cooked in one tin, so less washing up!
Further Food Commentary:
Holly's Marinated Pork Tenderloin Traybake is the quick and filling dinner you have been waiting for! Pork tenderloin has been categorized as a lean meat option offering lower fat alternatives to other cuts. It also provides a healthy dose of phosphorus and selenium. Phosphorus helps control enzyme activity and contributes to strong bone tissue while selenium regulates your metabolism by controlling the activity of thyroid hormones. Parsnips and potatoes are loaded with potassium which provide relief from stroke, blood pressure, anxiety and stress as well as increase muscle strength and metabolism. Carrots provide beta carotene which is precursor to Vitamin A and known for eye health and is a source for antioxidants which boosts the immune system. This dish provides more than one-third of fiber needed keeping you full all day long.
By Ale Zozos