Pork Recipes questions and answers
Q: Pork Recipes?
I was wondering if anyone had any good ideas for one of their favorite recipes involving Pork.
A: Stove Top BBQ'd Pork chops Melt a little butter in a big heavy frying pan, add some slice onion and cook until tender. Put you pork chops in the frying pan and brown on both sides. Cover with your favorite BBQ sauce, cover the pan and simmer until the chops are tender. Serve with rice, potato salad, baked or mashed potatoes and a veggie. **************************************... I love to cook with fruit and pork - they are such a great combination of flavors. I prefer to use boneless pork chops but bone in or pork steaks will work just as well with this recipe. Here is one way that I do mine: In a bowl, combine 1 cup sliced apples with a tablespoon of honey, teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg, 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger, 3 tablespoons of sugar - you can use either white or brown sugar - and 1/2 cup apple juice or cider or pineapple juice - whichever you prefer and mix to combine; let sit while you brown your pork chops in some butter in a heavy pan; pour apple mixture over your pork, bring to a boil, cover and then simmer until pork chops are tender. You can substitute peaches - canned or fresh - for the apples or use canned pie apples if you do not have fresh. Cherry Pie filling is also another good alternative to simmer your pork chops in. ********************************************************************** Baked Pork Chops #1 Marinate your pork chops in Italian dressing for about 1 hour then roll in Italian style bread crumbs that have Parmesan and Romano cheeses mixed in - bake at 375 degrees F for 45 minutes to 1 hour depending upon how thick/big they are. Serve with roasted, baked or smashed potatoes, a veggie or salad and spiced apples or applesauce. Baked Pork Chops #2 1 box of stuffing mix like Stove Top 4-6 Pork Chops 1 can condensed Cream of Mushroom or Cream of Chicken soup - I like Campbell's but any brand will work 1/2 soup can of milk 1/4 cup bread crumbs - I like Italian style 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. In a small bowl, mix the can of soup and milk; set aside. Make stuffing mix according to package directions and spread into a greased 13x9 in baking pan. Place pork choops over the stuffing. Cover with the soup mixture. Sprinkle the shredded cheese and bread crumbs over the top of the pork chops and bake for 45 minutes to one hour depending upon how thick your chops are. Serve with a green salad and spiced apples. Prepared macaroni and cheese or rice pilaf can be substituted for the stuffing. Baked Pork Chops #3 4-6 Pork Chops 1 can cherry pie filling Preheat oven to 375 degrees F and spray a baking pan with Pam or other non-stick spray. Arrange Pork Chops on pan and spoon on 1/2 cherry pie filling. Bake for 30 minutes then spoon or brush on remaining pie filling and cook for another 30 minutes or until the meat is done. Serve with white rice, rice pilaf, roasted or mashed potatoes, a steamed veggie and a salad. Do not forget the applesauce or spiced apples. WA
Q: What are your favorite pork recipes ?
I love to eat pork and would welcome any new recipes.
A: TERIYAKI PORK SPARERIBS Pork Spareribs: Cut 3 pounds of lean pork spare ribs into 3 inch lengths. Fry ribs in 1 tablespoon of oil. Brown in skillet. Pour out all oil and then pour in prepared Teriyaki sauce (see below) over ribs. Cook over medium heat, turning ribs over until well coated with sauce. Raise heat and glaze ribs. Be careful not to burn Teriyaki sauce. This dish can be prepared well in advance and reheated prior to serving. Teriyaki Sauce: 2 cups soy sauce 1 cup brown sugar 1 ounce wine or sherry 1 tablespoon ginger, grated 1 clove garlic, grated 1 teaspoon mono-sodium glutamate (MSG) Mix soy sauce, wine, sugar and MSG and cook over very low heat until sugar is dissolved. Then add grated ginger and garlic. Cool sauce before use.
Q: Some different pork recipes please?
I dont eat pork very often as I find it rather tasteless but I am trying to widen my menu and would like some new pork recipes, spicy is ok but not over the top as I have a hiatus hernia and have to cut my spices. Nothing with nuts, coconut and olives either. Also nothing that takes too long to prepare and cook as I work full time.
A: Here's one that is excellent and I use very often. Cut a pork loin with a knife down the center but, not cutting it totally in half. Open it and begin to "score" the inside so that you are able to spread it out. The more slits in it, the wider and more spread out the loin will become. Then, fill it with fresh smoked gouda cheese and fresh whole spinach. Make sure you get it down into the slits that you've made. Lightly season with salt and pepper or lawry salt and roll back up. Tie it closed with cooking twine, or any kind of string will do and season the outside. Put it on low in the crock pot or low temp in the oven, add some baby red potatoes and carrots and the whole shebang will be done when you get home. Don't forget to add a little water to the pot if doing it in the oven so that it doesn't burn if you are running late! Bon Apatite!
Q: Does anyone have any Lasagna OR BBQ Pork/Chicken Recipes?
I'm wanting to fix a surprise dinner for my husband on his birthday. His favorite dishes seem to be Lasagna and BBQ. (However, I don't want to mix THOSE 2 together!). I'd prefer for the chicken or pork recipes to be bonless ones, but if not i'll still take any suggestions. It would also be great to get a recipe that would consist of getting the meat REALLY tender. Just let me know how to make it and would be nice if it was a recipe that was just for 2 people. Thanks so much in advance for your suggestions!
A: Here are two of my favs, I have made them both. http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/American-Lasagna/Detail.aspx This makes a lot, as will any lasagna. http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/BBQ-Pork-for-Sandwiches/Detail.aspx Reading the reviews will give you ideas on how to make it better.
Q: i have a lot of left over pork does anyone have any recipes i could use it in?
i dont want it to go to waste any pork recipes.
A: oh yes, cut it up in little pieces, fry it with onion and garlic. and spicey seasonings, fry up some corn tortillas, grate some cheese, salsa, tomatoes, and make a mean taco.
Q: Why does Yahoo! tempt me with these delicious pork recipes on a day I give up meat for Lent?
http://food.yahoo.com/recipes/eatingwell/1047/grilled-pork-tenderloin-marinated-in-spicy-soy-sauce That looks like tomorrow night's supper!
A: Because they want you to enjoy it even more once you do make it since you have been anticipating it for a whole 24 hours!
Q: What are some of your favorite easy marinade recipes for pork chops?
Ever tried a marinade pork chop recipe that you really loved? Send it to me! -Either the entire recipe, or just the recipe for the marinade. Don't worry about recipes that are a little different, zingy, or exotic. That's pretty much all we eat in my house anyway!
A: Olive oil, red wine vinegar, lemon juice, worcestershire sauce, garlic powder, onion powder, lemon pepper, seasoned salt and oregano. Try it, you'll love it!!
Q: Quick and tasty pork chop recipes?
My son has invited his girlfriend over for dinner. She is 18, he is 17. Not often does this happen. He asked me to make pork chops. I don't cook chops often. Any good recipes for someone who still need to go to the store and buy the chops? Dinner is at 7 and time is limited. (I had forgotten about the dinner until bedtime last night) I am looking for something quick and easy but tasty. Any help yahooers?
A: here it is... Pork Chops Baked With Cabbage (Cotes de Porc a l'Auvergnate) What You Need: 6 quarts water Salt 3 pounds cabbage, finely chopped (about 12 cups) 3 tablespoons butter ½ cup finely chopped onions ½ teaspoon finely chopped garlic Freshly ground black pepper 8 center-cut loin pork chops, about ¾ inch thick 3 tablespoons oil ½ cup dry white wine 1 cup heavy cream 1 bay leaf 4 teaspoons freshly grated Parmesancheese mixed with 2 teaspoons fine, dry bread crumbs How To Cook: 1. In a soup pot or kettle, bring the water and 3 tablespoons of salt to a bubbling boil. Drop in the cabbage and boil for 5 minutes. Drain the cabbage thoroughly in a sieve or colander. In a 10- to 12-inch skillet, melt 2 tablespoons of the butter over moderate heat. 2. When the foam subsides, cook the onions and garlic, stirring constantly, for 3 or 4 minutes, or until they are soft but not brown. Stir in the cabbage, ½ teaspoon salt and a few grindings of pepper, and cook, stirring frequently, for 5 minutes, or until almost all of the moisture in the pan has evaporated. With a rubber spatula, transfer the contents of the skillet to a bowl; set aside. 3. Pat the pork chops dry with paper towels, and season them with salt and afew grindings of black pepper. In the skillet, melt the remaining 1 tablespoon of butter with the oil over moderate heat. When the foam subsides, brown the chops for about 3 minutes on each side, or until they are a rich golden color. 4. Remove them from the skillet with tongs and set them aside. Pour off almost all the fat from the skillet, leaving only a thin film on the bottom. Add the wine and boil rapidly, stirring frequently and scraping in any brown bits that cling to the bottom and sides of the pan, until the wine is reduced to ¼ cup. 5. Mix the reduced wine into the cabbage. Spread about 1/3 of the cabbage in the bottom of a heavy flameproof casserole at least 4 inches deep, and large enough to hold 4 chops in a single layer. 6. Lay 4 chops on top of the cabbage, then add another layer of cabbage, 4 more chops, and finish with the rest of the cabbage. The casserole should be firmly packed. Preheat the oven to 350°. 7. In a small saucepan, scald the cream by heating it over moderate heat until tiny bubbles form around the edge of the pan. Pour the hot cream into the casserole and place a bay leaf on top of the cabbage. 8. Bring the casserole to a simmer on top of the stove, then set it into a larger pan to catch any juices that may spill over during cooking, cover it tightly, and bake it on the middle shelf of the oven for 1½ hours. 9. Remove the cover, discard the bay leaf and check the seasoning. Sprinkle the cabbage with cheese and crumbs. Bake the casserole for 30 minutes longer, or until the top is browned and crusty. Serve directly from the casserole. To serve 4
Q: Any good pork-chop recipes for someone who doesn't like pork-chops?
I do not really like the tast of pork chops. My husband does, so I buy them anyway. Any good recipes to hide the taste?
A: 1/4 cup ketchup 1/4 cup chili sauce 1/4 cup brown sugar 1 tbs lemon juice. Mix together, pour over thick pork chops that you put in a baking pan in a single layer. Cover with foil. Cook at 350 for 1 1/2 hre....They will taste BBQ and will melt in your mouth.
Q: I am looking for some "exotic" pork recipes.?
I love pork! Especially pork chops, but pork overall. I have found some pretty cool recipes over the years and I am always looking. Anyone have anything really exotic or different than they do with pork chops that they would like to share? I have already been to google, asked here for some recommendations off of personal experience. Thank You
A: Chinese Roasted Pork Ingredients: * 2 lb pork loin roast * 1 cup SEAL SAMA Teriyaki sauce * 1 cup cola soda Method: Slice pork roast lengthwise into one inch thick slices. (the whole length of the roast). Place in a large gallon size plastic bag. Add SEAL SAMA teriyaki sauce and soda. Close bag and marinate pork for at least three hours. Overnight is best. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Place a cooking rack inside of sheet pan. Remove pork from marinade, and place on rack. Cook for 15 minutes, turn pork over, and cook for another 15 minutes. Turn heat down to 300 degrees, cover pork loosely with aluminum foil and roast for another 30 minutes. Remove from oven, let cool, then refrigerate. Roasted Pork can be sliced and used for many delicious dishes throughout the Chinese New Year Celebration! Sliced roasted pork is also a great way to dress up ramen noodles. Long Life Yakisoba Noodles Ingredients: * 1 cup thinly sliced onion * 2 cups thinly sliced cabbage * ½ teaspoon salt * ¼ teaspoon black pepper * 2 pkgs fresh yakisoba noodles (found in the vegetable section) * 2 Tbl olive oil * ½ lb roasted pork (16 slices) * 2 green onions, thinly sliced Method: Heat oil in wok on medium high heat. Add onion, cabbage, salt and pepper. Cook for 5-6 minutes until vegetables are clear. Add Fresh noodles, sauce package, and 1 cup of water. Stir then cover and simmer 5 more minutes until noodles have absorbed water. Add thinly sliced roasted pork, stir and serve. Top with sliced green onions.
Q: Melt in your mouth pork chop recipes?
I would like some ideas on how to make a top loin pork chop so tender that it melts in your mouth. The ones that I've cooked before were tough. What I have now is about 3/4" to 1" thick. I would like to bake it slowly in the over. Any ideas for recipes? (I hate meat that's tough, and besides, it's hard for me to chew and I end up having to throw it out.)
A: Mustard Pork Chops http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,,FOOD_9936_73794,00.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9XgW39rJ1Q 2 pork chops, about 1-pound total weight 2 teaspoons infused oil 1/2 cup hard cider 1 tablespoon grain mustard 1/3 cup heavy cream Cut the fat or rind off the chops, and then bash them briefly but brutally with a rolling pin between 2 pieces of cling film/plastic wrap to make them thinner. Heat the oil in a pan, and then cook the chops over a moderately-high heat for about 5 minutes a side. Remove them to a warmed plate. Pour the cider into the pan, still over the heat, to deglaze the pan. Let it bubble away for a minute or so then add the mustard and stir in the cream. Let the sauce continue cooking for a few minutes before pouring over each plated pork chop. If you're having gnocchi with, make sure you turn them in the pan to absorb any spare juices before adding them to your plates here are some sites that teaches you. i learnt cooking from these sites too and it's works. before that, i recommend you to watch chef nigella lawson at http://www.youtube.com . she has the fastest, easiest and delicious recipes. really good. i learn cooking, baking, etc from her and get the full recipes from foodnetwork.com and foodtv.ca http://www.foodnetwork.com http://www.foodtv.ca http://www.asianfoodchannel.com http://www.taste.com.au http://www.myrecipes.com http://www.rachelraymag.com/recipes http://www.kuali.com http://www.joyofbaking.com http://www.mrbreakfast.com http://www.marthastewart.com http://www.dyannbakes.com http://www.dianasdesserts.com http://www.bettycrocker.com http://www.lifestylefood.com.au/home http://www.abc.net.au/kyliekwong http://www.ming.com/simplyming/ if you want to watch them cooking, can thru, their sites and learn cooking. if not, go to http://www.youtube.com and find for the chefs. homecook chef nigella lawson = fast, easy and delicious chef anna olson = dessert and pastry chef chef giada de laurentiis = italian food chef rachel ray = creative, and delicious food
Q: what are some good chicken and pork recipes?
i want to make chicken and pork tonight. any suggestions on how to cook it? i have pork loin and chicken breasts with no skin
A: I like to bake chicken breast with this: place split chicken breasts in baking dish pour kraft roasted red pepper and parmesan italian dressing on top of chicken breast make sure you cover heavily sprinkle with oregano and rosemary cover dish with aluminum foil bake for about an hour @425 this is easy and the chicken comes out very juicy and full of flavor. enjoy!!
Q: Boneless Pork Tenderloin Recipes?
I bought a huge pork tenderloin yesterday (about six pounds). I have cut it in half and I am going to cook it for dinner tonight. Please give me any good recipes for a 3 pound boneless pork tenderloin. I would prefer not to stuff it with anything. Thanks!
A: i season mine with adobe and garlic and bake it. then serve up with Au gratin taters and green beans on the side oh or you can try the back daniels marinades. try garlic and herb (in the black pouch style package) or the lawrys marinades... baja chipolte, lime and tequila or the garlic and lime... all would be lip smacking. bake 325 till juice runs clear.
Q: pork loin chops recipes?
I have some pork loin chops that I'm thawing for dinner but I'd like to try something different tonight. My usual preparations consist of sauted apples, breaded, with stuffing (inverted) and gravy. What else can you do with chops? It doesn't seem like recipe books spend as much time on pork recipes as they do chicken for some reason...
A: Sanfransisco chops - my fave!! Ingredients 4 pork chops, about 1 1/2 lbs(1/2 to 3/4 inch thick) 1 tablespoon oil 1 clove garlic, minced Sauce: 2 teaspoons oil 4 tablespoons dry sherry or broth 4 tablespoons soy sauce 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes 2 teaspoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons water Directions Trim pork chops of fat Heat oil in skillet. Brown chops on both sides. Remove and add a little more oil if needed. Saute garlic for a minute, being careful not to burn it. Combine oil, sherry or broth, soy sauce, brown sugar and red pepper. Place chops in skillet. Pour sauce over them. Cover tightly. Simmer over low heat until chops are tender and cooked through. 30 to 35 minutes. Add a little water, 1 to 2 Tbsp. if needed to keep sauce from cooking down too much. Turn once. Remove chops to platter. Stir in cornstarch dissolved in water. Cook until thickened. Pour over chops and serve. Tips: Boneless pork chops can be used.
Q: Different Pork Recipes?
I cook about a hundred diffrent things, however I lack some good Pork recipes, and my husband is a very fussy eater. I know how to make Pork chops, pork roasts, pork ribs, pork Medley, sweet and sour pork. I have two big packs or those ultra thick center cut pork chops and I'm kind of sick of the same old things. When giving me recipies, keep in mind that my husband hates mushrooms and spicey foods, all kinds of peppers (he'll live with bell pepper sometimes). I'm looking for something different, but not discusting because I am on a budget and if my hubby hates it , he won't eat it and I hate cooking two different meals. Give me something interesting, but not too off the wall, it can be something simple ,a little fruity or ethnic pork recipies. I really apprciate all of your help and I can't wait to use a new recipe.
A: Here's a site with a recipe for apple stuffed pork chops. The recipe is easy and good. The second site has 58 more recipes. I haven't tried them. Another method you can use is to cook them in a pressure cooker or slow cooker with your favorite sauce. Then, remove the bones and shred the meat and serve on a hard rolls with pickles.