Food Group: Protein Foods

All foods made from meat, poultry, seafood, beans and peas, eggs, processed soy products, nuts, and seeds are considered part of the Protein Foods Group. Beans and peas are also part of the Vegetable Group. For more information about healthy meal times and snacks, visit

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Food Group: Protein Foods

Food Group: Protein Foods

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Meltingly Tender Chicken with Miso, Ginger, and Carrots | There is very little hands-on prep here; your oven does most of the work.

Glazed Chicken and Fig Skewers | Because they will cook more quickly than the chicken, skewer the figs separately.

Pan-Roasted Pork Tenderloin and Peppers | #protein #veggies

Pork Medallions with Scallions and Magic Green Sauce | #myplate #protein #veggies

Lamb Chops with Fresh Fig Pan Sauce | #myplate #protein #veggies

Shrimp with Ginger-Garlic Red Noodle Beans | These meaty long beans take wonderfully to Asian flavorings such as soy sauce and Sriracha. #myplate #protein #veggies

Shrimp Summer Rolls with Sesame-Soy Dipping Sauce | The popular appetizer becomes a substantial summer entrée for two. #myplate #protein #veggies

Roasted Shrimp with Mushrooms, Broccolini, and Foaming Chive Butter Sauce | This dish is simplicity itself: Everything cooks on a roasting pan in a very hot oven in stages for just 12 minutes. #myplate #protein #veggies

Southwestern-Style Meatballs | | #myplate #protein These meatballs are made with onion, minced garlic, corn tortilla, egg, ground sirloin, and chipotle chile.

Black beans make these vegetarian burgers both hearty and full of flavor. Get the recipe. -

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Hearty pork tenderloin is balanced by a vibrant succotash salad, which is delicious year-round. To boost the protein factor, trade lima beans for shelled edamame. Get the recipe. -

This sandwich is the no-fuss answer to a traditional lobster roll—and it packs plenty of flavor, with succulent shrimp tossed in a zingy mix of mayo, whole-grain mustard, French-style pickles and (the secret kicker) a bit of the pickle brine. Get the recipe. -

This impressive spread will satisfy for lunch or dinner, any night of the week—no cooking required! Get the recipe. -

Kick up seafood night with tender tilapia doused in a spicy pepper relish. Get the recipe. -

Peppery arugula and provolone add an unexpected bite to typical flank steak in these easy roll-ups. Get the recipe. -

Warm weather calls for light meals that don't require a lot of stove time. This dish fits the bill, with two steps and just 15 minutes of prep. Serve it with bread for dinner, or pack up as-is for lunch. Get the recipe. -

Creamy and rich, this satisfying fish chowder will fill you right up. Get the recipe. -

To save 10 grams of fat per serving, swap the wings for four 6 oz boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Grill until cooked through, 5 to 7 minutes per side. Get the recipe. -

These pork tacos are made with an Asian spin, using ingredients like soy sauce and orange zest. Get the recipe. -

Succulent fish and seafood become a decadent dinner when mixed into a creamy sauce topped with a crispy, shredded potato crust. Get the recipe. -

Sweet corn takes on maximum flavor when charred on the grill, and its flavors contrast beautifully with a rich, perfectly cooked steak. Get the recipe. -

A simple stuffing of canned artichoke hearts, spinach, roasted almonds, and savory Parmesan upgrades the usual chicken breast and turns this staple into a divine dinner. Get the recipe. -

Have some leftovers? Slice any extra sausage and cut vegetables smaller; toss together with cooked pasta, 2 Tbsp olive oil and shredded Parmesan. Get the recipe. -