Best Pork Recipes
When pork goes on sale, look to one of these delicious pork recipes to enjoy the flavorful meat. You can make pork ribs, pork chops, or pork sandwiches with little effort. Pork also goes great in the slow cooker for a tasty dinner.
Sausage Casserole with Hidden Stuffing!
The secret's in the stuffing -- herb-seasoned stuffing mix adds oomph to this easy sausage casserole. Your family will love this new dinner recipe!casserole to whip together, and is perfect if you're a fan of sausage stuffing . It's also stuffed with zucchini to use up leftover vegetables. Start by pre-heating your oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease a 3-quart baking dish with non-stick cooking spray and set it aside. Place 12 ounces of bulk pork sausage in a 12-inch skillet over medium heat , and cook it until it's brown. Drain off any excess fat. Now, add four medium zucchinis that you've had lengthwise, and then sliced into quarter-inch pieces. Stir them with the sausage. Cover and cook over medium heat for two minutes, then turn off the heat. To a 10-3/4 ounce can of reduced fat and reduced sodium condensed cream of chicken soup , add an 8-ounce carton of light sour cream. Stir them together. Pour it over the sausage and zucchini, and combine everything together.
How to Bake Pork Chops
Follow our three steps to perfect baked pork chops every time. It’s a cinch: Just season, sear, and bake for a moist and juicy pork chop dinner.bake. These 3 simple steps are the key to how to bake pork chops . Let??s dive in. Let all the moisture out first. A little towel pat down goes a long way. Time for step 1: Season. Get the good stuff in there. A little salt. A little pepper. And I??m using thyme, but you can use whatever herbs you want. Step 2: Sear. I??ve tossed my pork chops in extra large stainless steal skillet and I??m looking for a quick brown on each side. Step 3: Bake. Put the whole [unk] directly on a 375-degree oven for about 30 minutes. This is one pan eating done right. Versatile pork chops are good for both casual Tuesday nights and formal Sunday dinners.
How to Pick a Pork Chop
Whether pan-frying or grilling, we'll help you pick the best cut of pork chops for your dinner table.- Pork chops all come from the pork loin just like this one. The meat at the ends is the least tender but it's in the middle, here, where the most
Orange-Simmered Pork Chops with Mango Relish
Make an easy pork dinner tonight -- no thawing required! Our pork chop recipe starts from frozen so you can have a delicious dinner on the table with little prep.straight from the freezer. No thawing required with the recipe for orange-simmered pork chops with mango relish. We'll start by making our mango relish. In a bowl, combine mango slices, pineapple, orange segments, red onion, banana pepper, orange juice and peel and cayenne pepper . Give it all a quick stir and set it aside. Now for our pork, we're starting with individually wrap frozen pork chops . You want your chops to be between a quarter and a half-inch thick. Sprinkle the chops with chili powder , salt, and pepper. Heat oil in a large skillet and add 2 of the pork chops . Brown a couple of minutes on each side then remove them from the skillet. Repeat with the remaining chops then add the first 2 brown pork chops back to the skillet. Combine orange juice and honey in a small bowl and whisk together. We'll add that to our skillet along with a little bit of water. Reduce the heat to low and simmer for 5 to 10 minutes or until the pork chops are done. Add the mango relish to the skillet, cover and simmer 1 more minute. Remove the pork chops and mango relish from the pan and cover to keep warm. Now, we're going to simmer down our sauce. Return the skillet to medium high heat and simmer the juices uncover for 10 minutes or until reduce by half. To serve, drizzle the sauce over the pork chops and mango relish and sprinkle with fresh cilantro. Straight from the freezer to the table, dinner is served.
How to Make Pork Ribs
Layer on the flavors with our delicious process. Cooking the pork first is key, then adding your flavor, and wrapping up the ribs before cooking more. We’ll show you how!or baked, benefit from an easy extra step. It's the secret for tender results . And here's how it works. Once the ribs are about two-thirds done, take them out of the oven or off the grill. Now, wrap the racks tightly in foil, adding up to a 4th a cup of liquid to the foil packet apple juice, beer or honey work well. Then, let the wrapped ribs sit at room temp for 20 to 30 minutes. That's
Shredded Pork Roast Sandwiches from Your Oven
Go low and slow -- a warm oven and a few hands-off hours turn seasoned pork shoulder into melt-in-your-mouth tender shredded pork. See our secrets!by preheating your oven to 325 degrees. You'll need a 3-pound boneless pork shoulder blade roast also known as pork butt roast. First, trim the excess fat from the meat. It's an ideal cut because of
How to Make Orecchiette with Bacon Meatballs
Bacon makes everything better, and it makes meatballs taste amazing! Learn how to make bacon meatballs and pair them with orecchiette in our BLT pasta recipe.4 slices of chopped bacon, 2 cloves of chopped garlic and a quarter teaspoon of black pepper. Mix together well and form into 1-inch diameter balls. If the meat sticks to your hands, try dipping them
30-Minute Dinner: Pork Sandwich with Tarragon Apple Slaw
Watch as we turn pork tenderloin into a delicious pork sandwich with a tangy apple slaw in just five easy steps.
How to Make Pork in a Slow Cooker
Make a flavorful pulled-pork sandwich with the help of your slow cooker. The secret is selecting the right types of meat (we help with beef and chicken options, too), plus seasoning the meat and adding homemade or store-bought sauce at the right time in the process.that you can use tough, inexpensive cuts of meat. Here, we're using pork shoulder , which is also called pork butt. But a pork sirloin roast is good too. Don't want pork? You can also use beef cuts like brisket or chuck roast or even boneless skinless chicken thighs. Then before putting the meat in the slow cooker , cut it in the manageable pieces, trimming off any excess fat that you can. This not only helps keep the meat from becoming greasy, but they're also makes it easier to shred. Now season, add liquid and cook for several hours before testing the meat. You'll know it's done when it tears apart easily. Shred the chunks using forks then return the meat to the slow cooker . Finally, here's our secret for that extra layer of flavor. It's all about the sauce. While the meat is shredded and super tender, add your favorite sauce, maybe a spicy barbecue sauce or something with an Asian twist, say teriyaki or sweet and sour. You can use your homemade or favorite bottled variety. Just add it to the Crock-Pot and heat for 30 to 40 minutes so then meat can absorb all of that delicious flavor . And that's it, a super flavorful way to make your slow-cooked meat dishes even better and that's a secret worth keeping from