47 Best Pork Recipes

True fans of pork are sure to be wowed by a recipe list. Cook with pork and unlock some popular recipes that can be used. Pork medallions cook quickly and make for a delectable dish that everyone enjoys. Try Devils on Horseback, which features bacon wrapped pork as an ingredient. Pork fillet and prunes combine well with a creamy sauce topping. Pork and leek also make for a great casserole dish once it is cooked.

Key Takeaways:

  • There are a huge variety of recipes from pork belly to sausage rolls and beyond
  • You get great variety of options to do things either for a weeknight or even a party
  • Learn about great combinations of flavors and tastes that you may not have known about before with pork

“Honestly speaking, these 47 best pork recipes also give you a fantastic opportunity to get inspired to cook a nice romantic dinner for Valentine’s Day.”

Read more: https://www.greedygourmet.com/recipes-for-diets/omnivore/best-pork-recipes/

Chinese Yam, Goji and Pork Shin Congee (Instant Pot + Stove Top)

Chinese-style congee, or rice porridge, is a traditional comfort food that many from East Asia are raised to love. While the traditional preparation can require some time and attention, it’s extremely easy to make using an Instant Pot slow cooker. This particular recipe incorporates pieces of dried Chinese yam for flavor, as well as antioxidant-rich Goji berries for an added nutritional punch. This recipe is easy to prepare and takes only 45 minutes from beginning to end.

Key Takeaways:

  • This delicious congee recipe is one that the whole family will love.
  • It can be made in the traditional way, on the stovetop, or quickly with a modern slow cooker.
  • Goji berries, Chinese yams, and pork shins add complexity to the flavor profile of this tasty porridge.

“This Chinese yam and pork shin congee can be a light yet nourishing lunch. Goji berries are added to boost eye health.”

Read more: http://en.christinesrecipes.com/2018/01/chinese-yam-goji-and-pork-shin-congee.html

Chorizo Nachos Recipe

This is a simple recipe using chorizo instead of ground beef to make a flavorful nacho recipe. The chorizo is perfect over ground beef due to its preseasoned flavorings, that just require some frying to bring out the spices and chilis and make this meal more complete. Add them to your favorite tortilla chips, add some cheese and garnish with green onions to complete the entire dish. Add in some white wine to give it some extra flavor while cooking the chorizo.

Key Takeaways:

  • Chorizo, a Mexican sausage, will give you a new take on a traditional nacho
  • The meat comes preseasoned and is ready to serve, after browning, on any nacho
  • Cook the chorizo in white wine to add some extra zip and flavor

“Chorizo sausage goes great on nachos. These nachos are great to serve for the Super Bowl. Tortilla chips are loaded with chorizo, a Monterey jack cheese sauce, cilantro, and chives.”

Read more: http://blogchef.net/chorizo-nachos-recipe/

Smothered Chicken

Not just another chicken recipe. You will love this one. It may take a little time to prepare but the directions are very easy. For that special occasion. Your taste buds will thank you for the extra work you put in. If it makes it easier for you, prepare some of the items in the recipe ahead of time The chicken is so well seasoned and the sauce you will make is out of this world. There is even a sauce on the side that will be delicious too. It’s hard to tell which is the best, the ingredients on top of the chicken or the side sauce, you decide.

Key Takeaways:

  • The chicken is smothered like a baked potato with all the fixings you love
  • The meal is perfect for a family or fun dinner for two
  • The key is the mustard sauce giving it a quick zip and new flavor you may not be used to

“Now when I say that this chicken is smothered, this baby is smothered! It is topped with bbq sauce, bacon, mushrooms, cheese, tomatoes, and green onions!”

Read more: https://realmomkitchen.com/23836/smothered-chicken/

Slow Cooker Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches

As we get ready for the big game, we all look for easy things to make that can serve a crowd. These slow cooker hot roast beef sandwiches are perfect for that. The gravy mix does most of the work, cooking with the round eye or any suitable roast for the crock pot and simmers for around 7-8 hours. Don’t forget the onions, letting them caramelize in that gravy base and giving you something delicious to plate with the soon to be sliced roast beef on those thick Texas toast slices of bread.

Key Takeaways:

  • One of the keys to a good sandwich is the choice of bread you make the sandwich with
  • Slow Cooker Roast Beef sandwiches are extremely easy to make and taste absolutely delicious.
  • Making a hot roast beef sandwich in a slow cooker only takes five simple steps.

“Today, I have a flavorful hot roast beef sandwich that gets prepared using a slow cooker. I love how easy it is to make, just a few ingredients are needed.”

Read more: http://realmomkitchen.com/23744/slow-cooker-hot-roast-beef-sandwiches/

Nutella and Brown Butter Rugelach With Peanuts and Vanilla Glaze

Rugelach is a great cookie that will give your next function a different snack for everyone to try. This recipe uses this small cookie and fills them with a Nutella and brown butter to throw a whole new spin on this classic deli cookie. The cookie itself is slightly different using cream cheese and butter to create a flaky yet tangy crust. The filling is sprinkled and then rolled up into tiny crescents and baked, so you have perfect little pockets to pop in your mouth

Key Takeaways:

  • 1. use of baking sheets to avoid burning the bottoms.
    2. egg washing the cookie for shiny bright look
  • 1.sprinkling fresh breadcrumb for a thick texture
    2.cresent cookie- diameter is 5 inches
    3.rectangle cookie- 3-4 inches rectangle
  • filling- peanuts and breadcrumbs
    preheat- 375 degrees Fahrenheit
    glaze- sugar milk and vanilla into a smooth paste

“Cream cheese in the dough means a tangy flavor, easier rolling, and a sturdy pastry that holds its shape for a bronzed, buttery, flaky cookie.”

Read more: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2017/12/nutella-rugelach-with-peanuts-vanilla-glaze-recipe.html

Everything-Bagel Rugelach With Onion Jam

Rugelach is a perfect comfort food, often seen in the deli counter next to the black & white cookie. It is a simple rolled cookie, made with a cream cheese dough instead of other fats, giving it a bit of tang and a more solid base to roll out. This recipe goes for savory over sweet, adding in the everything bagel concoctions you can find in many stores to give you a new side car for soups or anything you want to accompany with bite size savory rollups.

Key Takeaways:

  • In order to make the dough, you need to combine flour and butter as well as cream cheese.
  • A Dutch oven will work great in order to heat the oil under medium heat.
  • Cream cheese adds a tangy flavor to the dessert and makes it easier to roll.

“Cream cheese in the dough means a tangy flavor, easier rolling, and a sturdy pastry that holds its shape for a bronzed, buttery, flaky cookie.”

Read more: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2017/12/everything-bagel-rugelach-onion-jam-recipe.html

Grasshopper Ice Cream Pie

Grasshopper ice cream pie is a delicious take on an old standard. It takes its name from the drink and much like the drink contains either creme de minthe (to give it that nice green hint) or another mint flavored liquor. This time they use Fernet Branca to add that flavor to this recipe. A simple sandwich cookie crust is used and filled with a creme made with that liquor. Go crazy and use literal grasshopper cookies to make it that much more.

Key Takeaways:

  • Grasshopper pie is an old school dessert from the 1950’s, but it’s still delicious.
  • The base of whole eggs and sugar provides a lot of richness and flavor.
  • Crushed cocoa nibs and melted chocolate add extra crunch, texture, and flavor to the dessert.

“The addition of Fernet Branca enhances the minty flavor while tempering the pie’s sweetness.”

Read more: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2018/01/grasshopper-ice-cream-pie.html

Pasta al Limone

Many classic Italian dishes contain a few ingredients, but when cooked properly they are perfect. This dish is no different. Much like its Roman counterpart, cacio e Pepe, it is made with a few ingredients, namely pasta, pasta water, lemon, and parmesan. The water is used to help melt the parmesan and make a bit of a sauce without gumming it up. When then tossed with the pasta, it is light and cheesy but has that nice bit of lemon at the end.

Key Takeaways:

  • Lemon zest perks up this classic dish and so does juice.
  • You will melt butter on medium heat in a large skillet until it starts foaming.
  • You are going to need five tablespoons of unsalted butter for this recipe.

“The secret lies in emulsifying the sauce to a satiny consistency using the starchy pasta water, not cream.”

Read more: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2018/01/pasta-al-limone.html

Coconut- and Ají Amarillo–Braised Chicken

Aji is one of the latest food crazes hitting the US. It is a Peruvian chili that is a bit different than the Mexican or Asian ones your normally come across. This dish uses the fun of the bright aji with coconut milk, chicken, and rice to make a delicious one-pot meal ready for any night. The rice helps soak up the excess braising liquid and gives you a scoopable meal that is easy to serve and fun for the family.

Key Takeaways:

  • You will need to preheat the oven to 350 degrees before you start cooking.
  • You need to add sliced onion and minced garlic to the pot and cook.
  • Once you increase the heat to high, then you will have to add coconut milk.

“A couple of special ingredients can be all you need to transform a simple one-pot meal into a complex and flavorful dish.”

Read more: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2017/12/braised-chicken-aji-amarillo-coconut-milk-recipe.html