This lean, incredibly versatile cut of pork moves easily from weeknight casual to simple elegance in no time at all. Marinate, roast, grill, stuff, or slice-and-dice your way to easy, healthy dinners.
This lean, quick-cooking cut is the chicken breast of the pork world. It stands up to bold flavors and is so versatile it can move from down-home casual to elegant to global, as our collection of recipes show. Watch: How to Trim Pork Tenderloin
First up, Vietnamese-Style Pork Noodle Salad. Think of this refreshing salad as a deconstructed spring roll: cool rice noodles, crisp vegetables, and a sweet-and-spicy vinaigrette instead of a dipping sauce. Top it all off with savory stir-fried pork.