A tasty low-carb meal that can be eaten right out of the pan!
Let the taste of Brazil simmer in your home all day. When you're ready, spoon out this hot, hearty stew and count down the days till Festival.
Toss just three ingredients in your slow cooker and you'll have sweet, delicious meat for sandwiches or anything else. Also includes tips to make gravy once the "cooking" is done.
Pulled pork in the slow cooker with an easy barbecue sauce.
“Who doesn’t love a good pulled pork or brisket sandwich?” Derk asks. With that as the main attraction topped with Derk's own barbeque sauceand with a
honey mustard coleslaw on the side, it’s party time! Serve on toasted, buttered brioche buns.
When the summer is gone but you still have a taste for outdoor food, try these quick and tasty pork steaks.
Robert’s Homemade Hot Italian Sausage Links are easy to make and very tasty. A couple of these hot Italian sausage links will fill your low carb quota. Extra lean meat, low sodium, no sugar, and full flavor in every bite. Use in any recipe that calls for Italian sausage.
This easy pork tenderloin recipe cooks in just 30 minutes--a quick meal for a big dinner.
Extra-smoky pork chops, thanks to the addition of paprika. For even more smoky flavor, use hickory wood chips.
Pork tenderloin will taste terrific with this simple preparation. Or, use this recipe as a launchpad for your own pork tenderloin creations. For example, instead of seasoning with salt and pepper, try your own mix of seasonings.
Tasty, tender grilled pork with spicy flavor from a soy and cayenne marinade.
The classic Cajun trio of onion, celery and green bell pepper gets tucked into a pork roast, to spread their tasty flavor during a full day of cooking. Don't worry, you don't have to stick around--your slow cooker does the work.
Ever have that problem stir frying veggies where some get overcooked and some undercooked? This recipe has a solution to that problem--staggering when you put the veggies into the pan like bicycle racers are staggered at the start of a time trial.
Who says the Irish get a monopoly on stew? This big pot of pork and veggies is flavored with popular Asian spices like ginger, soy sauce, and star anise (secret ingredient of sambuca, absinthe and other tasty liquors).
Up the manliness quotient of your nachos with the addition of pork rinds. If you're on a low-carb diet, this recipe is actually a pretty good call, very high in protein.
A simple way to cook pork on the stovetop, with a special Latin kick from lime juice.
For smoky flavor, this grilled pork tenderloin can't be beat. Seasoned with paprika, garlic powder, chili powder and cayenne.
This is the best and most basic way to ensure a juicy, perfectly-cooked pork roast every time. If you want, try your favorite marinade or rub instead of the olive oil, salt and pepper in this recipe. Use your imagination on the rubs and marinades, but ensure you bring your roast directly from the fridge to the roasting pan--Dad's recipe works best that way.
Pork roasts quickly on high heat, with flavor from fresh thyme and apricot preserves.
Ready to roast? This simple recipe for your Dutch oven is great for beginning cooks. Take it and experiment, using your own blends of spices. Or just cook it as is--it'll be plenty tasty.