When making pork stew, use the fattier cuts of pork for more flavor. Whether chili, Italian, or crockpot stew, these easy recipes offer delicious departures from mundane meat. These quick pork stew recipes come together fast for hot and appreciated weeknight suppers.See Popular Pork Stew Recipes
A no-watch wonder, all the ingredients, including carrots, mushrooms, pork, and sage, need only be started in a skillet that goes into the oven and cooks itself.
This delectable stew features cubed pork shoulder that slow cooks to tenderness with a wonderful salsa verde, and colorful vegetables, and is served over rice with a sprinkle of cilantro.
The 1980s ushered in the era of the celebrity chef. Some big names, like John Sedlar, disappeared but are back now (his Rivera in Los Angeles opens soon); others never left, like Robert del Grande, who is reinventing Houston's Cafe Annie as Bar Annie with dishes like this Southwestern pork rib stew.
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.
Looking for a cozy dish to warm you up on a cool day? Try this this savory, Tuscan-style stew that features flavorful sausage and colorful vegetables - it's as comforting as your favorite sweater.
The broth for this pork, chicken, and vegetable stew is seasoned with peanut butter and adobo sauce. Cilantro adds a fresh topper to the final dish.
A filling yet light stew that melts in your mouth and is a snap to prepare. The homemade croutons add the finishing crunch!
Healthful kale and meaty shiitake mushrooms complement the sausage in this hearty main dish stew.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Nothing beats a warm, nourishing pork stew on a cold winter's night. Our quick recipe takes it up a notch, with a subtle sweetness from sweet potatoes and corn.
This hearty vegetable-laden soup is sure to satisfy the biggest of appetites.
Serve this hearty pork stew with homemade dumplings. Or save time by serving the sew with ready-to-eat corn muffins.
Butcher-chef Tia Harrison finds making stew a versatile way to use cuts like pork shoulder, shanks, and belly. Here she cooks the stew with pleasantly bitter ancho chiles.
A delicious Southern favorite in your crockpot.
Browning the meat before putting it in the slow cooker brings out its flavor and color.
Pork added to a rich chunky tomato sauce flavored with chilies, spices, and chocolate.