Olive Garden’s Pork Milanese

Picture from olivegarden.com

The Olive Garden’s Pork Milanese dish makes the Do Not Eat This blog mostly because one plateful has 1,510 calories! Goodbye daily recommended calorie intake. In addition to being packed with calories, this Italian dish has 73 grams of fat, 41 grams of saturated fat and 3,100 milligrams of sodium (unsurprisingly more sodium than you should consume in a day).
Eating in instead of out [usually] saves you money AND calories (read some reasons why). Why not make a pasta dish at home instead?

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