Each one of the easy pork recipes offered here can be prepared in under an hour. Browse through a collection of your favorites, from stuffed pork chops to roast pork loin, sweet and sour pork, pork stew, pork sandwiches, and more.
Apples and pork chops are a delicious and traditional combination. The vinegar in the relish helps offset the sweetness of the raisins and sugar.
Searing a pork loin before roasting doesn't just crisp the outside of the meat as it cooks; it also intensifies the flavor of the juices that collect in the pan, making a gravy like this mustard and white-wine reduction darker and more robust.
Thanks to the broiler's high heat, elegance is effortless -- and fast -- in our pork tenderloin with snow peas, bell peppers, carrots, and scallions.
If you need a pork dish that wows at the table, here's one to consider -- a large tenderloin, baked with apricots and shallots, ready to be sliced to your guests' amazement.
Here's a lovely way to brighten up fresh pork loin right out of the broiler or leftovers from the fridge: a no-mess blend of orange juice, mustard, honey, and garlic that makes a colorful sauce for lunch or dinner.
Our version of the classic Korean pork dish comes to us from a reader, Norm Matthews of Junction City, Kansas. His marinade of garlic, soy, sesame oil, red pepper, and ginger will add favor and tenderize the meat, so be sure to make a little ahead of time for the best result.
Don't worry about boiling water for this stir-fry. The noodles are soaked in hot water but are only thoroughly cooked when they're simmered with bok choy, garlic, ginger, and a spicy soy-sauce blend. Top with luxurious, thin-sliced pork chops as a final step.
One way to get a well-balanced meal in under an hour is to pick one part of the meal to concentrate on while keeping the others simple. Here, we've focused on a fluffy rice dish dotted with diced peppers -- and let the Italian sausage and side salad speak for themselves.
In just 30 minutes, our Dijon glaze adds sticky sourness to a roast pork loin, while quick mashed potatoes and simmered green beans round out this full meal.
Our recipe calls for the onions and squash to be tossed in our lemony marinade along with cubed pork, but you can toss the vegetables and marinade separately, then cook in reverse order, top to bottom, for any vegetarian guests.