Serve up tasty and budget-friendly pork recipes for supper tonight.
Instead of baking your pork tenderloin, grill it. The sweet, fruity sauce in this recipe balances out the Caribbean jerk seasoning
on the meat. Serve it with an arugula salad and fresh fruit.
Pick up shredded chicken or pork from your favorite barbecue joint to make this easy mexican dish. Serve with Mole Barbecue
Sauce, Chipotle Sour Cream, and Jicama Slaw.
In under an hour you can grill a delicious pork tenderloin flavored with honey, Dijon mustard, and thyme, with a squash medley
on the side.
Dress up your pork tenderloin with an easy Asian Slaw. For a tasty next-day lunch, wrap leftovers in a flour tortilla.
Green beans can roast in the oven while you dredge pork chops in breadcrumbs and cook them in a skillet. Best of all, the
complete comfort food meal is ready in 30 minutes.
Simmered apple cider vinegar gives Rosemary-Garlic Pork a flavorful finishing touch. Serve alongside Caramelized Apples and
roasted vegetables such as carrots, parsnips, and onions.
Six-ingredient Barbecued Pork Quesadillas make perfect weeknight comfort food. For an easy side: melt a few tablespoons of
butter with minced garlic and a dash of chili powder in a microwave-safe bowl; pour over boiled or grilled corn on the cob.
Good food doesn't have to be complicated. Enjoy this terrific menu that can be on the table in 40 minutes. Grilled Basil-and-Garlic
Pork Chops, seasoned with common pantry spices, deliver Italian-inspired flavor with little effort.
Here’s a menu that you can put together on a hectic day, yet it is fancy enough for company. Prep, but don’t bake, the tenderloin
before work in the morning, giving the seasoning time to work its delicious magic. While the tenderloin bakes, whip up the
grits, and prep the ingredients for the pears. As your family clears the table, cook the pears and put the finishing touches
You can make Spaghetti With Sausage and Peppers in about 40 minutes, including prep time. Instead of chopping and blending
the recipe’s vegetables into the sauce, our reader’s version showcases the vibrant colors and textures of the peppers and
Round out your menu with a side of steamed broccoli or assorted salad greens served with your favorite vinaigrette. And don’t forget that big basket of warm garlic-cheese bread.
Recharge weeknight meals by pairing Savory Herb Pork Chops with a roasted fruit-and-vegetable side. Apple juice and Dijon
mustard flavor these moist, pan-seared loin chops. Tossing Granny Smith apples and sweet potatoes with butter, brown sugar,
and grated orange rind before slow roasting creates a sweet-tart side dish that spells comfort any day of the week.
Gather around the table to enjoy a nice meal any day of the week. Ham-and-Tomato Pie is a comfy main dish you can prepare
with packaged chopped ham or leftover ham. Toss together the Caesar-Style Salad in minutes (the dressing can be made the day
before), and wrap up the meal with bread and dessert.
You’ll be impressed by how fuss-free this supper really is. It’s perfect for busy moms like you. Hearty Onion-Topped Sausage
’n’ Mashed Potato Casserole is packed with a rich, meaty tomato sauce and refrigerated mashed potatoes and topped with crunchy,
kid-approved fried onions.
This homemade fried rice tastes just as good as restaurants but is better for you. Ready in 30 minutes, it could easily be
faster than takeout too.
Cumin lends its earthy yet sweet flavor to this crispy pork dish. Best of all, the whole meal takes less than 30 minutes to
Easy Side: Sauté 4 cups shredded red cabbage, 1 cup thinly sliced sweet onion, and 1 thinly sliced Granny Smith apple in 2 Tbsp. hot olive oil until tender. Add 2 Tbsp. each red wine vinegar and brown sugar, and cook until sugar is dissolved. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste.