This is tomato sauce at its finest. Unlike most tomato sauce where there are many spices, this tomato sauce is all about the rich taste of the tomatoes.
A meaty and very tasty sauce that only gets better the longer it simmers. Enjoyed with almost any pasta, this has been a really old family favorite.
A spicy Chinese sauce that is served over steamed rice. You can adjust the level of spiciness by adjusting the amount of sesame oil. This recipe more closely matches the heat found in the medium mix found in Japanese and Chinese grocery stores. This recipe has the depth of flavor that makes this dish so unique. In addition, unlike the box, I can adjust the spiciness to match the tender palates that seem to plague my family.
This is a nice weeknight skillet meal using boneless pork chops. This recipe is different from others using cream of mushroom soup, because the addition of ketchup to the sauce gives it nice flavor and a pink hue, hence the title. This dish goes well paired with egg noodles.
Two ways to prepare pork chops with a sauce flavored by rosemary and shallots.
This easy, spicy pork recipe is very delicious and very filling as well!
The Madeira greatly enhances the dish with a pleasing flavor. A beautiful blend of simplicity with a bit of elegance. I like to accompany with a wild rice blend and steamed green beans.
Tender pork meat with hot sauce.
Flavorful and spicy chili that someone can find in almost every restaurant in Southern Colorado. Use it to smother burritos, eggs, fried potatoes, anywhere you use red chili!
A new take on a old favorite. I came up with these for a camping trip and when I was grilling them about a hundred people came by to ask what smelled so good.
Thick pork tenderloin skewers are glazed with a roasted vegetable sauce spiced with chili sauce and sweetened with molasses and brown sugar in this appetizer.
A meaty main course that cooks in a hurry. These thin cutlets get in and out of the pan fast--but not before getting a splash of Tabasco(R).
Spiced-up pork chops with pineapple, bell peppers and jalapenos. A Chinese dish you can make at home.
A basic chili that depends on your green chiles. You can roast them yourself for extra smoky flavor. The canned kind works out pretty well, too. Inspired by Johnny V.'s "Pueblo Chili."
Apricot preserves come to the rescue making both a sauce and a glaze in this tasty, 20-minute main dish.
An amazing dinner for a special night (maybe for a special someone). Not gonna lie to ya, it's gonna take some work and some skill.
You know about country/chicken fried steak, right? Well, why not just substitute some good pork chops and do them up the same way? This is the same recipe with the same crunchy crust as my country fried steak, complete with the gravy. You can always double the gravy portion of this recipe to use on accompanying mashed spuds or for some biscuits.
This easy sauce can be served with chicken in batter or crispy pork balls, with egg fried rice or just fries. Totally up to you.
An easy idea for different pork chops--this simple blue cheese sauce you can make while the chops broil.
Wow your family with tender slices of pork served with a sweet sauce featuring blueberries and cherries.