Whether you're biting into tangy pulled pork piled onto a soft white bun or tender medallions of tenderloin, you're going to get one thing from pork: flavor. Pork comes in many different cuts, and each performs differently in the pan. The shoulder braises beautifully, resulting in tender, moist shreds, while the lean tenderloin is best on the grill or in the oven. Pork chop recipes can be quickly sautéed, and are great paired with applesauce or a slaw. As for bacon, well, you can use it in just about anything: Try bacon-wrapped meatloaf, bacon deviled eggs or stick to a classic: a BLT made with garden-fresh tomatoes.
It's true! You can fit meat and gravy into your diabetic meal plan. Each serving has only 4 grams of carb and 2 grams of fat.
Cornmeal is the basis for this Italian-inspired quick bread recipe that's best served warm with melted butter.
An incredible blend of warm spices and rich cocoa powder gives this enticing pork shoulder an amazingly smoky flavor you never expected could come from a conventional oven. The brilliant combination of chicken broth and orange juice makes easy work of this wonderfully cheap cut of meat, resulting in tender, fall-off-the-bone perfection.
Cider-molasses marinade perks up slices of grilled pork loin in this sizable sandwich.
This Southern sandwich is laden with ham, salami, and cheese, then topped with an olive, garlic, and herb mixture for added taste.
Threading the pork and vegetables on separate skewers ensures that everything--the juicy pork cubes, tender crisp zucchini, yellow squash, and just warmed cherry tomatoes--will be perfectly cooked.
For this 20-minute recipe, pork chops are quickly sauteed in a skillet and served with a topping of fresh pear, blue cheese, and walnuts.
This tasty pork fried rice recipe is stir-fried in a simple light soy and hoisin sauce. Add this to your list of weeknight dinner ideas that can be prepared in just over 30 minutes.
Light ranch dressing makes a creamy sauce for this pork chop, peas, and barley main-dish recipe that can be prepared in just over 30 minutes.
Encourage meal appeal and variety with fun sandwich shapes. Adults accomplish sandwich assembly, using assorted breads; kids determine shapes and layers.