We’ve dived into 5 easy techniques that let you marinate, roast, grill, stuff, or slice-and-dice your way to 25 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.
Since tenderloin is already tender, the point of marinating is to impart great flavors into what can be a bland cut. Marinating
can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 24 hours. The marinating process in this recipe takes just an hour.
View Recipe: Argentinean Pork
If you like Greek yogurt try: Indian-Spiced Pork with Raita
If you like avocado try: Tequila Pork with Tomatillo Guacamole
If you like dark sesame oil try: Soy-Ginger Sesame Pork
Pimenton, used in the marinade, is a Spanish paprika made from peppers that have been slowly smoked and dried over oak fires.
If pimenton is not available, use Spanish smoked paprika. Garnish this smoky pork with lime wedges and cilantro leaves, if
View Recipe: Spanish Pork with Apple-Citrus Salsa
Roasting tender pork at high heat browns the exterior, adding deep, savory flavor, but leaves the interior juicy and rosy
View Recipe: Spicy North African Pork Tenderloin
If you like maple syrup try: Roasted Pork Tenderloin and Maple-Glazed Apples
If you like goat cheese try: Pork Tenderloin with Tangy Grape Salad
If you like butternut squash try: Roast Pork with Potatoes and Butternut Squash
Slices, strips, and cubes are the perfect building blocks for the cook in a hurry.
View Recipe: Baja Pork Stir-Fry
If you like pecans try: Pecan-Crusted Pork Noisettes
If you like saffron try: Tagine-Style Pork with Squash and Pearl Onions
If you like sauerkraut try: Choucroute
Serving pork on a bed of light and fresh salad will make for a divine presentation. Slicing speeds up the cook time substantially
in this recipe.
View Recipe: Vietnamese Salad
This recipe is warm and savory. It cooks for a little less than 1-1/2 hours but hands-on time is less than thirty minutes.
This dish features a variety of diced and sliced flavorful ingredients that come together in a wonderful way.
View Recipe: Hungarian Goulash
Cooks from the American South to Southeast Asia know that when pork hits the grill—often with a sweet or spicy sauce—something
magical happens. Serve this grilled pork recipe with a summer salad of nectarines, tomatoes, and mint. Brown rice pilaf completes
View Recipe: Apricot-Glazed Pork Kebabs
If you like peanuts try: Pork-Satay with Peanut Sauce
If you like barbecue sauce try: Barbecued Pork Tenderloin
Grilling the pineapple brings out an unexpected tang that works amazingly with the pork. If you want to tame the spice, seed
the jalapeño and chop it, or simply omit it. Serve with fresh lime wedges for a rustic presentation.
View Recipe: Tacos Al Pastor with Grilled Pineapple Salsa
Escarole, a variety of chicory, tastes less bitter than its cousins, frisée and endive. Apples are also abundant this time
of year, so substitute your favorite red-skinned variety if you prefer a sweet-tart note. The grilled pork plays off all the
flavors present in the salad and results in one divine meal.
View Recipe: Grilled Pork Salad
Stuffing a butterflied pork tenderloin makes for an easy prep-ahead meal, yet the results look impressive enough for special
occasions. Serve with a spinach, pear, and parsley salad.
View Recipe: Cheese and Pear Pork
If you like balsamic vinegar try: Pepper Pork
If you like fresh herbs try: Pork Roulade
Farro is an ancient wheat grain. If you can't find it, substitute wheat berries for the stuffing.
View Recipe: Pork with Figs and Farro
Citrus and pork tenderloin make a delicious combination. Stuffing the pork allows for each forkful to be packed with all the
flavors present in the dish. Serve with couscous and fresh green beans.
View Recipe: Pork Tenderloin with Orange Compote