This is a quick and easy recipe that results in tender and flavorful pork chops.
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.
This was given to me by a friend who's mom who worked for the Manitoba Pork Marketing Board here in Canada. This is a brilliant and refreshing take on the summer BBQ scene. For a refreshing taste sensation, serve on large kaiser bun and layer oranges, sliced kiwi and sliced strawberries over the meat with iceberg lettuce and mayonnaise. Everyone loves this! Trust me.
We make this every time the guys come over for a game. Everyone loves these eggrolls and they are super easy to make. This recipe uses cooked pork shoulder. We usually cook our own (there is nothing like having your entire house smelling like BBQ pork all day long), but you can easily find pre made pulled pork at the super market.
What more can be said than the title?? Come on now, this is a Man's Burger. All meat, with a twist. The flavor combination is unbelievable. You get hit with the sweet, the sour, and the salty all at the same time and your taste buds just explode.
Can you really have a one-pot pork chop meal ready in only 20 minutes? You sure can, and it tastes pretty good too!
Apricot preserves come to the rescue making both a sauce and a glaze in this tasty, 20-minute main dish.
Bone-in pork blade steaks are way more flavorful than regular old boneless pork chops. The bone also helps keep them moist, too! Brush them with this sweetened glaze made with your favorite barbecue sauce.
Garlic lovers, here's the pork fried rice recipe for you. Great recipe for beginning cooks, this fried rice takes one skillet and only a few ingredients.
Pump up ham steak with this easy breakfast recipe. Beginning cooks, if you can turn a dial and pour out of a jug, you can make this.
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.
When the summer is gone but you still have a taste for outdoor food, try these quick and tasty pork steaks.
Flavorful pork chops smothered with thick gravy in just 30 minutes. Sounds impossible, but try for yourself.
Cool pork wraps for an easy summer lunch, with flavor from a simple sweet onion slaw. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
Slice up this simple sandwich and you've got an easy lunch for four.
An easy idea for different pork chops--this simple blue cheese sauce you can make while the chops broil.
Extra-smoky pork chops, thanks to the addition of paprika. For even more smoky flavor, use hickory wood chips.
Definitely will want to down a beer with this one--mustard, sauerkraut and pork combine for a German sandwich feast.
Ground pork and spices. Apart, they are nothing. Together, they are a delicious and very simple quick breakfast.
A tasty sauce covers this pork and sugar snap pea stir fry, and soaks into your rice too. A delicious plate of food that cooks faster than it would take to drive to the local Chinese joint.