Our Best Pork Recipes: 35 Easy Recipes for Pork Chops, Pork Roasts, and More
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Our Best Pork Recipes: 35 Easy Recipes for Pork Chops, Pork Roasts, and More
We're interrupting your regularly scheduled dinner routine for a special news bulletin. We putting aside those same old chicken and beef recipes and introducing a whole other side to meat with our latest free eCookbook, Our Best Pork Recipes: 35 Easy Recipes for Pork Chops, Pork Roasts, and More. We take several detours into your favorite easy pork recipes, including baked pork chop recipes, slow cooker pork recipes, pork roast recipes, and much more. Hop on board and check out the recipes we've got in store.
There are so many different kinds of easy pork recipes that it can be difficult to know where to begin. Don't worry though — with the Mr. Food Test Kitchen walking you through, you're bound to become a seasoned pro in no time! We recommend starting off with some of our classic pork chop recipes for dinner the whole family will simply fall in love with. Plus, with our "Quick & Easy" cooking philosophy, you'll easily be able to use 'em as part of your regular weeknight rotation. Once you've gotten your feet wet, head on over and try some of our pork loin recipes and pork roast recipes. These recipes a wee bit fancier which makes them perfect the next time you're expecting company. Don't think that pork is just a fancy affair though. We've got some more favorites along for the ride with our collection of Chinese pork recipes. The next time you're in the mood for takeout, hold the phone 'cause these homemade pork recipes are way better than anything you'd get at a restaurant. And when you're just too busy to spend much time in the kitchen, prepare some easy pork recipes in your slow cooker and be prepared for a home-cooked meal that couldn't have been simpler to make. We've got all the bases covered with our collection of pork recipes. Keep reading to find out the delicious pork recipes we're featuring in this free eCookbook.
Have you ever sat and thought to yourself, "Gee, I could really go for some Chinese right about now." Well, if that sounds familiar, then you're in luck because we've got plenty of Chinese pork recipes for you to try. We start off with a pasta and pork combo with a classic pork recipe for Pork Lo Mein (page 1). Have your spaghetti cook at the same time as the pork, and you can have dinner on the table in 15 minutes! And if you're looking for something that won't hurt your wallet, our easy pork recipe for Good Luck Pork and Cabbage (page 5) is a great way to get in your daily dose of veggies while saving money. If you need a takeout recipe that'll really "wow" 'em, then our Chinese pork recipe for Sweet and Sour Pork (page 6) is just what you need. You can even go to a craft shop and purchase some white takeout boxes to really make your meal authentic.
The pork loin comes from the part of the pig where Canadian bacon comes from, so you know these recipes are going to be winners right off the bat. Whether you're hunting around for an easy weeknight meal or a dish to serve up to family and friends, these are some of the best pork recipes to get you started. Try a comfort food classic with our pork loin recipe we simply call Pork Goulash (page 8). Make sure you wear some loose clothing with this one 'cause you're going to get pleasantly full from a plate of it. The next time you host a summer cookout, you'll get praise from everyone in the crowd if you cook up some Tropical Pork Kebabs (page 11). The addition of pineapple really makes this one a classic summer favorite. And if you need a new way to mix things up on Taco Night, then our Chalupa Dinner Bowl (page 13) is just the kind of pork loin recipe that'll keep you on your toes while making sure everyone's happy.
Alright, you've made your way to the good stuff now. There's nothing like a collection of baked pork chop recipes to make sure even the pickiest of eaters makes his or her way to the dinner table. There's no doubt that our Cheesy Baked Pork Chops (page 16) is going to be a guaranteed hit in any household. Is there anything more comforting than a bit of extra cheese? Perhaps you're looking for a bit of a Mediterranean getaway. If you can't quite fork over the cash for a trip to Greece, we've got the next best thing with one of our favorite baked pork chop recipes we like to call Greek Style Baked Pork Chops (page 19). And if you've never tried a casserole with pork chops before, feast your eyes on our home-cooked recipe for Pork Chop Casserole (page 22). Serve it up with a side of veggies, and you've got yourself a meal!
Get ready... get set.. 'cause it's time to start those slow cookers! Slow cooker pork recipes are some of the most convenient pork recipes out there because they free up your time, so you can continue on with your day without ever having to worry about dinner. Our Easy Barbecue Pork (page 25) is one of the best pork recipes around. It only uses three ingredients — one of them being one of our all-time favorite secret ingredients. And if you're a tortilla fan, we've got a delicious slow cooker pork recipe for you with our Easy Slow Cooker Pork Carnitas (page 26). All you need is five minutes of prep, and your slow cooker does the rest for you! And if you're looking for a different combination of flavors, then our Pork Tenderloin with Apples and Bacon (page 29) has just what you've been looking for. Trust us — try this recipe just once, and you'll be raving about its creativity to all of your friends.
There's nothing more intimidating as a host than figuring out what kind of recipe you'll need to feed a crowd of hungry people, all expecting a fabulous meal. That's where our selection of pork roast recipes come in. These are by far the best pork recipes to serve up when you've got a whole gaggle of mouths to feed, and with our selection of recipes, we know they won't be disappointed. From our zesty and spicy recipe for Firecracker Barbecued Pork (page 30) to our sweet Fruity Pork Loin Pot Roast (page 33), there's bound to be pork roast recipe that'll fit exactly what you need. Even if you're just searching for something extra quick to get dinner on the table with ease, we've got a pork roast recipe simply called Honey Dijon Pork Roast (page 34) that'll make cooking a breeze.
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