10 easy pork recipes. Looking to mix up your weeknight dinner routine with pork? The other white meat has so much more to offer than just a single recipe. These variations will spice up your weeknight’s dinners, and summer BBQ’s whenever the mood for pork chops, tenderloin, or a roast strike.
So, skip the takeout tonight and enjoy these very easy pork recipes that can be whipped up in less than 45 minutes.
If you’re looking for a family-friendly dinner recipe to make, look no further. Here is a great combination of potatoes artichokes and pork chops. Even though you will cook on batches all the flavors remain all in the same skillet.
Simple, easy, and delicious from my kitchen to yours. My only advice is to have all the ingredients ready before starting to cook as the cooking takes less than 10 minutes.
A full meal done under 30 minutes, what there is not to love about that. Tender lentils with a perfectly cooked pork tenderloin. A quick favorite dish.
This dinner is absolutely easy to prepare and quite open to letting your imagination go wild and creative. Nuts, sliced pears can be added. Or dried cranberries or raisins. I used blue cheese because I love it and always have some in the refrigerator drawer. However, some shaved pecorino would be wonderful with it also.
Do not let this picture fool you. However, once you bite on those tender medallions of pork with the creamy Guajillo sauce, you will never be the same. Sweet heat blended with cream. Absolutely delicate.
The whole dinner took about 35 minutes from beginning to end. Make sure you start the potatoes first as they take the longest to cook. They can be made ahead and keep them warm and to avoid drying out, add a bit of butter and the remaining cream.
This is the perfect recipe if time is not on your side and you are hungry. In less than 20 minutes those Pork Chops with Sweet Sour Sauce are on the table. Succulent and tender, the sugar sprinkled over the chops, allows for a nice caramelization to take place.
One of my favorite and so easy to prepare. Mainly, let your imagination and what you have in the refrigerator to create this recipe. I used red wine, however, white will be excellent also. It complements the dish and all the savory flavor playing together.
With this recipe, you have the choice, if time permitting, to marinate the meat, however, not required. Clean the pork from all fat filaments. Sear it well so a nice outer crust is formed. A quick 30 minutes in the oven, and dinner is on the table. Fantastic the day after too.
The mango and habanero are perfect partners in this recipe. The sweetness of the mango with the orange juice, taper down the heat content of the habanero.
I am a mild heat eater, however, feel free to add more of the chopped habanero as to your level of comfort.