30-Minute (or Less) Pork Recipes

If you've got 30 minutes and pork in the fridge, you have just what you need for a 30-minute pork dinner. Try some of our recipes, shortcuts, and tips to get your pork-focused meal on the table in less than a half-hour. The quickest way to start saving time is to not overcook pork. Our cooking charts will tell you how long to cook any cut of pork and what temperature it needs to reach to be safe to feed the family. There are a lot of pork variations and cuts you can use. Start with always-popular pork chops. We have recipes for chops in sauces, smoked chops with curried fruit, and more -- all quick to cook and delicious. Roasts are also good cuts of pork to try, particularly to feed a family and have leftovers, too. We've paired pork and apples (always a pleasing combination) as well as pork medallions and a cranberry-and-fig chutney. Stir-fries also come together quickly, and our unusual take -- inspired by Jamaican cooking -- works well with salad, too. For a new take on a classic recipe, try cooking guru Scott Peacock's approach to succotash.

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30-Minute Pork Recipes
Need a delicious and filling dinner in a hurry? No problem! These 30-minute pork recipes deliver a mouthwatering meal in a matter of minutes. With these go-to recipes such as pork chops, tacos, and stir-fry, you'll never have to spend hours in the kitchen again.
How to Make Succotash
Learn how to make our favorite easy succotash recipe, and get some of our best tips for prepping your vegetables beforehand. Plus, you can also experiment with some of our succotash recipe variations, like sheet pan succotash and succotash salad.