Popular with cooks, pork loin is a versatile cut that can be roasted whole, stuffed, or braised. These easy recipes for pork loin come together quickly, then cook unattended.See Popular Pork Loin Recipes
A creamy base complements tender pork and an assortment of colorful vegetables.
Taylor Boetticher, founder of the Napa charcuterie company Fatted Calf, roasts this bone-in pork loin the best way possible: by cutting the loin off the rib bones (which any butcher should be able to do), rubbing the meat with a bright mix of fresh herbs and garlic, then tying the bones back on. The ribs themselves help to keep the meat moist in the oven. They also become especially crisp and succulent; pass them alongside the roast for guests to eat with their hands.
At Casa Oaxaca, chef Alejandro Ruiz Olmedo makes this recipe with suckling pigs; here he uses pork loin, roasting it in fresh orange juice steeped with herbs. When infused with pan drippings, the juice becomes the base for a tangy sauce.
Pork, celery and onion are coated in a creamy sauce and served over a bed of rice for this satisfying family supper.
Pork may be known as "the other white meat," but it doesn't usually top the list when we think of lean protein. We can probably thank bacon for that, but not all pork is dripping in fat and packed with sodium. Pork loin, for instance, is actually quite lean, low in fat, carbs and calories. Learning how to bake a pork loin can add a nice punch of variety and flavor to your diet whether you're watching your weight, trying to eat more healthfully or just looking for interesting new options for your usual dinner rotation.
Pork tenderloin bakes quickly, so it's great for the weeknight rush...but this recipe is so good, it's perfect for company too!
We love this recipe because it's easy, elegant and simply delicious!
Ideal for entertaining, the pork roast is cooked in a wine sauce for this dinner recipe.
A romantic dinner just for two? At this time of year? You bet.
With pork roast, sweet potatoes and Brussels sprouts, every bite of this down-home dinner smacks of fall!
Skillet-easy, homemade sweet-and-sour pork can be on your dinner table in less than 30 minutes.
These Asian pork wraps are as easy as they are delicious. The pork is rubbed with spices, drizzled with hoisin sauce, and slow cooked for several hours. The flavorful meat combines with slaw to make the perfect pork wrap.
Pork, chipotle pepper and hominy provide authenticity to this slowly simmered, traditional Mexican soup. Although pozole is typically served on special occasions, this recipe is simple enough for everyday.
These savory sandwiches feature a combination of boneless pork loin, chutney, and red onion in the recipe.
Pair a spicy fruit salsa with zesty grilled pork chops and have it on your dinner table in less than 30 minutes.
Sweet-and-sour sauce balances spicy chili sauce in a tasty, one-dish dinner that's ready in 30 minutes.
Until recently, plantains and yucca were produce items found only in Latino markets and American border towns. With the exploding interest in foods of Central and South America, these wonderful starches are in many supermarkets. Pork and vegetables star in this dinner, which is made in a pressure cooker or the stovetop.