A hearty dinner salad-Grilled Pork and Nectarines
Salad for dinner is not usually my thing, but it’s so lo-co so I’m trying. Last night I made Spinach Salad with Grilled Pork Tenderloin and Nectarines, and it was a big hit with entire family. Well, minus the spinach for my son (his plate had pork, nectarines, potatoes and broccoli). Such a treat to make one main dish all 3 of us declared delicious.
And big bonus: this was fantastic (and easy) to reassemble for lunch the next day. Here’s the review I posted about this dish on Cooking Light:
“Even in the dead of winter, it was worth firing up the grill. I don’t even like nectarines, and this was delicious. And our picky teenager liked the grilled pork and nectarines – though he passed on the spinach. I used Low-Fat Feta but other than that, recipe perfect as is. Delicious and easy – and GREAT assembled again for lunch next day.”
I used Trader Joe’s Low-Fat Feta and TJ’s Balsalmic Vinaigrette bottled dressing. You can find this recipe on Cooking Light: Spinach Salad with Grilled Pork Tenderloin and Nectarines. Or if you prefer, click here for the recipe PDF.
PS. Full disclosure – my husband was the one who withstood freezing temps on our deck to grill the pork and nectarines. Yes, it’s very annoying that he exercises every day without fail while I can’t get motivated to do the same, he’s also a great guy… Thanks, M.