I have gotten into the habit of taking a thicker cut of meat and cutting it in half, horizontally. Another option is to buy certain meats, like chicken breast or pork chops, already sliced into 'thinner' portions--the problem with that, however, may be additional cost for the convenience.
This approach allows me to still enjoy some meat but decreases the overall amount. One of my favorite versions is the simple, thin-cut pork chop. I make this recipe for three reasons:
3. Leftovers--are used for My Cuban Sandwich the following day.
Large Non-Stick skillet
2 thick pork chops, sliced horizontally in half
Cavender's All-Purpose Greek Seasoning
Salt & Pepper
1. Wash your hands.
2. Preheat oven to 300F degrees.
3. Slice your pork chops horizontally in half--very carefully!!!
5. Season first side with salt, pepper and a generous amount of Cavender's seasoning.
8. Heat skillet on MEDIUM-HIGH heat until almost smoking.