Thanksgiving Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
My Mom's recipe has always been my favorite but I didn't want to have to abstain so I lightened it up by changing pork sausage meat to lean ground pork and eliminating the 1 cup of butter her recipe called for to be poured over (I used chicken stock instead and it worked just fine). The spices absolutely make this recipe delicious. You truly won't miss all the fat.Submitted by DANCEMOM1970
This is *not* low sodium--next time, I'll leave the sausages out altogether, and either find canned tomatoes in a more reasonable range, or use fresh--but it is about as low-carb and low-fat as I know how to make it. (I usually only have it on holidays.)Submitted by ADIPOSEROSE
Seriously, I may not be Granny on the Beverly Hill Billies, but I am a country girl who knows how to cook and loves to eat wild game.
And raccoon is no exception. Cooked slowly in a Crock Pot, this makes a very good meal.
Secret: Cut gamey taste by using Whole Cloves.
You know the second day after you make hamburgers, the ones that are left over, nobody wants to eat? This is a great way to handle that. Everybody likes this recipe - and you don't feel disgusting and fat afterwards from useless carby stuffing. If you are on Induction or really watching the carbs, cut back the onion to a tablespoon or two and add onion powder. You don't have to use 80% lean hamburger for the recipe, by the way. (If you use regular ground beef cut back on the coconut oil by about half.)