Choose from two types of succulent stuffings -- spinach and apricot or cherry and wild rice -- to fill your holiday pork roast. Homemade pan gravy keeps the lean meat moist and full of traditional flavor.
Medallions of skillet-crisped pork and duck breast are the guaranteed highlight of your special occasion. Gourmet ingredients like black lentils, shiitake mushrooms, and pancetta round out the luxurious pork dinner.
Perfect your Christmas pork roast with a garlicky rosemary rub and a bed of tender new potatoes, carrots, and baby artichokes. For seriously juicy pork, allow the meat to stand for 10 minutes before slicing.
Keep Christmas dinner casual with this twist on a comforting cold-weather classic. Mashed root vegetables, including parsnips, carrots, potatoes, and rutabaga, soak up the rich gravy of seasoned ground pork and portobello mushrooms in this updated shepherd's pie.
Center-cut pork loin gets a crispy finish with a coating of corn bread stuffing mix. Colorful kale and red cabbage join the entree as a nutritious winter side slaw.
For crowd-pleasing pork chops, simply season, sear, and bake! Watch as we show you how to prepare the versatile meat for one-pan eating done right.
Prep a moist and flavorful pork tenderloin in just 20 minutes with minced garlic and a few pantry spices. Complete the easy yet elegant main dish with a hearty side of kale, barley, bacon, and walnuts.
Prepare a fuss-free holiday feast with these sweet and savory slow cooker sandwiches. A bubbly berry-balsamic blend provides finger-licking flavor to pork roast, which is piled high onto ciabatta bread.
Transform ordinary pork from ho-hum to holiday in just 25 minutes with the sweet, nutty flavor of in-season parsnips and pears. Worcestershire sauce and a sprinkle of fresh parsley help add holiday color to the Christmas pork dinner.
Sometimes simplicity is best, and this easy roasted pork requires just salt, pepper, and a quick sear before baking to perfection. The standout holiday dinner recipe also features comforting root vegetables and tart cranberries.
Swap traditional Christmas cranberry dressing for our tart rhubarb sauce. The acidity of the ruby-red topper complements the spicy kick of Dijon mustard that coats this delectable pork roast.
Whether you plan to pan-fry, bake, or slow-cook your pork chops, we'll show you which cut of meat is best for your recipe. Plus, discover which part of a pork chop is the most tender.
No knives required for this peppery pork recipe! The lean meat simmers low and slow with sweet potatoes in an aromatic Italian broth for fork-tender pork that melts in your mouth.
Give your pork dinner rich, complex flavor with a smoked paprika rub and tangy honey-lime glaze. A rainbow of sweet peppers finishes this top-rated pork roast recipe.
Impress your guests with a sage-seasoned pork roast and pan-roasted apples and red onions. An apple juice reduction keeps the meat moist and gives the pork dinner a double dose of crisp fruit flavor.