Grilled Pork Tenderloin
Grilling pork tenderloin makes an easy weeknight dinner. With a little prep, grilled pork tenderloin works well over salads or served as a hearty meal with rice and vegetables.
Seasoned and grilled pork tenderloin makes this vegetable and greens salad a main dish.
Change your usual sandwich routine and try this Asian flatbread wrap for lunch or dinner. Just cover grilled pork cutlets with this homemade sesame slaw and banana pepperst o serve.
Sweet, rich, and a little bit tangy, these succulent baby back ribs sing with the flavors of the Caribbean. Serve alongside a fresh corn and pepper salad, or with your favorite sauted greens.
Quick-cooking pork tenderloin makes weeknight grilling a snap. Toss slices of fresh pineapple on the grill for the last ten minutes of the tenderloins' cooking time. Grill-kissed fruit is a sensational side with piquant glazed pork.
The pork kabobs can be made ahead, covered, and chilled up to 12 hours. That way, they're ready to grill come party time.
This low calorie grilled pork roast is marinated in a spicy sesame oil-and-soy sauce mixture.
A colorful summer relish is spooned over wedges of cantaloupe and honeydew melon and served with grilled pork.
Try this easy Friday-after-work meal. Extra fast using no skewers, this recipe is low in calories and fat. Slices of ripe tomato soften slightly from the warmth of the grilled ingredients as it sits a few moments before being devoured.
The dried fruit topping adds a tasty and pretty side for the grilled pork tenderloin.
Fresh lemon juice and zest brighten up the flavors in this light grilled pork dinner.
The tomato-peach chutney adds the perfect sweet and savory blend when served as a topping for this grilled pork main dish.
The fresh rosemary and mustard vinaigrette imparts a subtle but distinctive flavor to these grilled potato and pork kabobs. Lean pork tenderloin makes great kabobs and is easy to cut into cubes.
Green pea pods and red pepper strips complement look and taste of pork. Grill the veggies in a handy foil packet next to the tenderloins.
A beautifully complex glaze of Chinese five-spice, rich soy sauce, sweet brown sugar and tangy ketchup lends incredible Asian-inspired flavor to these perfect pork kabobs. It's a fast and easy dish you'll want to try again and again. Soaking wood or bamboo skewers in cold water for 20-30 minutes before use will help to ensure they do not burn on the grill.