Just because it's the middle of the week doesn't mean you can't enjoy a hearty and delicious pork dinner. This recipe uses pork tenderloin, a cut of meat that cooks quickly in the oven or on the grill. When topped with a caramelized onion and honey jam, the pork becomes rich and flavorful. Serve on a bed of rice seasoned with orange and cilantro for a meal that is balanced and satisfying. To check out the mouth-watering recipe, read more
Jump-start your weekend with a healthy, heart-friendly dinner. In this uncomplicated recipe, pork is complemented by peppery greens.
A simple honey, red wine vinegar, and mustard glaze coats the pork, giving it a subtle sweetness and intense juiciness. Unlike some other pork recipes, no marinating is necessary.
Pair with a glass of fruity, light red wine. For the recipe, read more
What better way to start the long, holiday weekend than with grilled pork tenderloin sandwiches? These sandwiches are packed with flavor and are super simple to put together. The pork doesn't need time to marinade, making them perfect for a last-minute dinner.
Use leftover Jamaican spiced pork to make a scrumptious island-inspired salad. A simple vinaigrette is made with fresh lime and orange juice, dijon, and curry powder. For the salad, spinach and cabbage are tossed with red peppers, golden raisins, oranges, and avocados. Topped with the spicy pork, this salad is provocative and delicious.
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Pork tenderloin is a fabulous cut of meat. It's easy to flavor and cooks in a relatively short amount of time. Like chicken, it can be seasoned with just about anything. In this recipe, the pork is coated with a fragrant Jamaican style-mixture. Garlic, lime juice, fresh thyme, ginger, and ground spices are combined to make the rub that is massaged into the meat. This dish would be wonderful at an informal dinner party. Serve with plantains or rice for a Caribbean style feast.
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With all this pig on the brain (it is the year of the pig (oink oink!) and the other day was national pig day), I figured today's Sunday dinner could be a nice slow roasted pork tenderloin. I really enjoy a good tenderloin - although I must admit, the size and shape of them are sort of odd and creep me out if I think too hard about it - I know it's unappetizing to think this, but don't they sort of look like large slimy slugs... Anyways, I try not to think about it for too long because they can be super tasty. The best part about a pork tenderloin is that it is pretty simple to do. As long as you don't overcook it (here's where a reliable oven thermometer comes in handy), it can be nice and juicy and delicious. Since we're still within the 15 days of Chinese New Year I thought I'd give this recipe for an Asian Honey Glazed Pork Tenderloin a try. To check out the recipe, read more