Thanksgiving Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)

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Cabbage Rolls by TK25-57
Cabbage Rolls by TK25-57

Cabbage Rolls based on Mom's recipe (cabbage, ground beef and maybe some ground pork {optional}, rice, salt & pepper, sauerkraut, slow cooked in tomato juice).

Submitted by TK25-57
Eggplant (Rice) Dressing
Eggplant (Rice) Dressing

Straight from the bayous of Louisiana~ Simple and delish!

Submitted by EVILMEDUSA
Venetia's Stuffed Peppers and Tomatoes
Venetia's Stuffed Peppers and Tomatoes

A classic Greek dishes

Submitted by NENI24
AJC Beef and Vege Casserole
AJC Beef and Vege Casserole

Yummy warm winter food with plenty of flavour and veges.

Submitted by 2NORTE
Sweet & Sour Meatballs - Low FODMaP
Sweet & Sour Meatballs - Low FODMaP

After experimenting with may different recipes, my family finally agreed that this one works! Even without the onion and garlic these meatballs are a big hit!

Submitted by SHRINK71
Dressing (Stuffing)
Dressing (Stuffing)

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
Lasagna
Lasagna

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Submitted by TJMALKIN1
Nigella's paschal lamb
Nigella's paschal lamb

A real feast, easy to make, surprisingly low in cals, perfect with salad and bread. Perfect to leave unattended in the oven while you enjoy family and friends

Submitted by QWESTING
Sweet - Sour Sirloin
Sweet - Sour Sirloin

It's an unlikely cast of characters that make up this delicious, elegant steak supper - cranberries, maple syrup, bacon and wine meld into a delicious and surprisingly savoury sauce over simple pan-seared sirloin.

Submitted by JO_JO_BA
My Morning Shake
My Morning Shake

Yum Bitches

Submitted by CRIVERA761
Mom's Sausage Stuffing
Mom's Sausage Stuffing

great tasty stuffing to go in your turkey that contains NO MSG

Submitted by EMILIEP3
Dixie's Delicious Ham Glaze
Dixie's Delicious Ham Glaze

I recommend this glaze for a smoked ham only. Putting this on a honey ham would be overpowering.

Submitted by DIXIETANGO
Homemade Baked Ziti with Ground Beef & Sausage
Homemade Baked Ziti with Ground Beef & Sausage

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
Curry Pork Tenderloin with dried fruit
Curry Pork Tenderloin with dried fruit

A juicy and tender fruity pork roast that takes no prep time and a comes out delish!

Submitted by IRISLISE
German Rice Dressing
German Rice Dressing

Family favorite to stuff the bird with.

Submitted by NOTEWORTHYBANDZ
BEEF & STIR FRIED PEPPERS
BEEF & STIR FRIED PEPPERS

SIMPLE LIGHT DINNER YOU CAN SERVE IT OVER BROWN RICE IF YOU LIKE. & FEEL FREE TO ADD EXTRA SPICES IF YOU WANT A LITTLE EXTRA HEAT (the nutrition guide doesn't have the 2 sauces added into it I couldn't find them listed too add them)

Submitted by JENNI92871
Italian Sausage and Pecan Stuffing
Italian Sausage and Pecan Stuffing

This is meant to be cooked beneath a large, brined, butterflied-and-boned turkey on Thanksgiving

Submitted by BOSS413
Cheating Death
Cheating Death

A steak & cheese sandwich with french fries and a tall chocolate milkshake.

Submitted by CULINARYKARTEL
Low-carb Leftover Hamburger
Low-carb Leftover Hamburger "Stuffing"

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.)

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