Here's your classic meat and potatoes dinner. Pounding slices of pork tenderloin for a thinner cut means a faster cook time. Serve alongside leftover or packaged mashed potatoes for a hearty dinner.
This is no wimpy lettuce-only mix! Here's one entree that might just change your definition of "salad." Piled high with protein-rich grilled pork tenderloin, bacon, and black-eyed peas—and as visually vibrant as it is flavorful—it's a delightful meal to dig into all summer long.
We offer two distinct stuffing ideas for this pork loin recipe. Either way, you get a seemingly elegant entree to feed a hungry family. Slow-roasting the pork ensures a juicy result.
A healthy all-in-one dinner recipe! Pork tenderloin stars when simply seasoned with garlic, salt, pepper, and just a little dried thyme. Then load up on all your plant-based nutrients with a whole grain and veggie salad.
Don't miss the opportunity to make this pork loin recipe when spring arrives and fresh rhubarb becomes available! If fresh isn't an option, frozen rhubarb works, too.
Make a complete flavor-customized meal all on one sheet pan using this clever technique.
This pork tenderloin recipe looks like it's meant for a slow Sunday afternoon, but looks are deceiving. It only takes about 25 minutes to prep and less than 30 minutes of cook time. Plus, it cooks all in one skillet, so cleanup is a snap!
Don't limit pork tenderloin to just slow-roasted recipes. It also grills beautifully, as this fresh taco recipe proves.
The secret ingredient in this unique green chili recipe is roasted Anaheim peppers that lend a sweet, spicy, smoky flavor. Pork tenderloin and beans make the stew extra hearty for cold winter days.
Here it is! The perfect pork tenderloin recipe for summer. Well seasoned in a combination of spices and grilled to juicy perfection, it gets huge summer flavor from the fresh salsa made with pineapple, papaya, and cilantro.
Give pork tenderloin an Asian flair with teriyaki, ginger, and sesame flavors served alongside a veggie-packed slaw for a complete dinner recipe. Did we mention the pork is cooked in the slow cooker?
Basic pork tenderloin is seasoned with simple salt, pepper, garlic, oregano, and smoked paprika. While the pork roasts, whip up an easy red pepper pesto for dunking.
Season pork tenderloin with just a few spices and let roast about 20 minutes for an easy pork dinner. When paired with a fresh fruit and veggie side salad, it's a weeknight dinner ready in about 30 minutes from start to finish!
A zesty marinade of lime, cilantro, and seasonings gives pork tenderloin loads of flavor before it hits the grill. Serve it with a green salad or pasta salad for a perfect backyard cookout dinner.
Pork and apples are as natural a pairing as PB&J or peas and carrots. This classic combo is sure to become a go-to pork dinner for busy weeknights.