Healthy recipes that use Accent seasoning include pork chop and pear casserole and grilled orange chicken. Accent seasoning is a food flavor enhancer that contains 100 percent monosodium glutamate.
The pork chop recipe featured at Accentflavor.com includes four center-cut pork loin chops, a pound of peeled sweet potatoes and a large pear. To make this recipe, cook the pork chops on both sides in a skillet pan until brown, and transfer the chops to a casserole dish. Cut the sweet potatoes and pears into wedges and layer them over the pork chops. Combine the remaining ingredients such as red onion, apple juice and syrup with one teaspoon of Accent flavor enhancer, pouring the entire mixture over the pork chops. Bake until the sweet potatoes are tender.
To make a zesty grilled chicken dinner that serves four people, combine sweet orange marmalade with 1/2 teaspoon Accent flavor enhancer, hot sauce, dry mustard and ginger in a bowl. Brush the orange sauce on the chicken pieces and place them on a hot grill. Cook the chicken on both sides, basting with the sauce continuously, until the chicken is tender. Monosodium glutamate is commonly used to boost the flavor of all sorts of foods, including Chinese dishes, processed meats and canned soups and vegetables.