19 Quick-Fix Pork Suppers
Jerk seasoning brings the heat in this pork tenderloin recipe while the sweet blackberry sauce keeps the flavor from getting too over the top.
This entire meal pulls together in under one hour. Your family—and your taste buds—will thank you.
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.
This six-ingredient recipe is the 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.
- Recipe: Barbecued Pork Quesadillas
Everything's better with bacon, and this pork tenderloin recipe is no exception! Go ahead and season the other tenderloin in the package with your favorite spice blend. Wrap and freeze to jump-start another meal.
- Recipe: Bacon-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin
Mix together spaghetti with sausage and peppers for a quick Italian meal that's sure to please the entire family.
We don't suggest using deli ham due to the moisture content. Use a traditional 9-inch pie shell, not a deep-dish. There's no need to thaw the crust before assembling.
- Recipes: Ham-and-Tomato Pie
You’ll be impressed by how fuss-free this supper really is. This 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 restaurant's but is better for you. Ready in 30 minutes, it could easily be faster than takeout too.
- Recipe: Pork Fried Rice
Ready in 27 Minutes
Cumin lends its earthy flavor to this crispy pork dish. Best of all, the whole meal takes less than 30 minutes to prepare.
- Recipe: Cumin-Crusted Pork Cutlets
Plums, pork, and onions come together to make a flavorful weeknight dish.
- Recipe: Glazed Pork with Fresh Plums
Ready in 20 Minutes
The key to this dish is developing a nice char on the green beans. To do so, heat the oil in your skillet until it almost smokes before adding the beans. Let them sear, stirring every 20 to 30 seconds, and they'll take on color. Feel free to sub thinly sliced strips of red bell pepper instead of hot chiles.
- Recipe: Pork-and-Green Bean Stir-Fry
Ready in 55 Minutes
Savory spiced pork pairs beautifully with the sweet flavors of roasted butternut squash and ripe Bartlett pear.
Elegant and easy, this hearty dish comes with a side and a sauce all-in-one. Be sure to brown the chops well so they'll give the mustardy pan sauce deep flavor.