Recipes such as Apply-Thyme Marinade for Pork, Beer-Marinated Pork Chops, or Marinated Pork Tenderloin illustrate just how fantastic pork can be when combined with a delightful marinade.
For this easy entree, just brush thick pork chops with a flavorful marinade of herb and olive oil, and then roast until done.
Fresh mint and pepper jelly provide the right balance of "cool" and "hot" in this salsa. It's the perfect accent to the jerk-seasoned pork.
Coat your pork shoulder in the spicy wet rub the night before you plan to serve this dinner, then pop the meat in the oven when you get home for a tender and flavorful entree.
Marinades offer a tasty method of imparting flavor to chicken, pork, beef, and seafood. This herb-based version adds a burst of garlic too.
Thick pork chops sizzling on the grill have are a favorite summer dinner in Iowa. This slightly sweet marinade makes the juiciest chops ever.
An orange, garlic, sesame and chili marinade gives these bone-in pork chops their signature (and scrumptious) Asian flavors.
This spicy, golden marinade, with a splash of sweet honey, is delicious used on pork, chicken, lamb, or beef.
A bottled ginger vinaigrette salad dressing enhances the flavors of this Asian main dish recipe.
Salty soy and oyster sauce blend with sweet brown sugar and spicy chili garlic sauce to season these Asian-inspired sandwiches.
A marinade flavored with orange and lime juices adds a Cuban touch to roasted pork.
Hosting a cookout? Make these beer-flavored chops to serve with grilled onions and chilled coleslaw. Marinating and brushing chops with dark heavy beer, honey mustard, and garlic intensifies flavor and seals in moist juices.
A hint of soy sauce and liquid smoke blend with meaty spareribs to make this grilled dinner. Serve the ribs with your favorite barbecue sauce.
Jamaica meets Italy in this pork entree. The jerk-marinated pork roast is served with sweet-pepper polenta.
Combine grilled fresh sweet corn and mango to make the yummy salsa recipe to served over these thick grilled pork chops.