Top Rated Pork Recipes

The pork belly in this recipe is braised in a gluten-free beer brine so that even the most wheat-intolerant can enjoy this sophisticated twist on a sandwich classic.
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pork chops
Looking for your next dinner party or date-night dish? These smothered pork chops should be your new go-to. They are fall-off-the-bone tender and served alongside an onion gravy with garlic and thyme.This recipe is courtsey of Sabrina Snyder, Dinner Then Dessert.
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Lentils with Smoked Pork
This is another elemental stew that makes a hearty lunch on a rainy day. Serve it in large bowls with a salad of bitter greens in light vinaigrette. Lentils are drought resistant, which make them a good crop for hot summers with sparse rainfall which we often experience here in the Upper Midwest.  Our lentils, which come in various colors, sizes and flavor profiles, are from Chieftain Wild Rice Company in Spooner, Wisconsin. Because they are a pulse, or a grain legume, they lend themselves well to crop rotation since they actively fix nitrogen to the soil during the growing season.  Consequently, lentils are one cover crop that can also be harvested for profit by regional farmers. This recipe is courtesy of Heartland: Farm-Forward Dishes from the Great Midwest cookbook by Lenny Russo and Burgess Lea Press.
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Pulled Pork Baked Beans
This non-traditional chili uses pulled pork instead of regular meat. It takes only 30 minutes to make and still brings the best flavors. 
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Moo Shu Pork Recipe
This popular dish is often served at Chinese restaurants with hot pancakes or crepes. It's easier to make at home than you think — and you can even replace the pork with chicken or shrimp. Hoisin sauce is the key to this dish with its depth of color and sweet and salty taste. It can be found in the Asian section of your grocery store.
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Slow-Cooked Pork Barbacoa
When I worked at TWO Urban Licks in Atlanta, most of the crew was Hispanic. Every Saturday, one of the cooks would bring in barbacoa tacos he bought from a guy named Manuel out on Buford Highway. Manuel sold these barbecued goat tacos right out of his apartment with a soccer game on in the background and his family milling about. This kind of Mexican barbecue isn’t smoky. It tastes more steamed because the meat is cooked in a pit in the ground. Everyone knows Mexican tacos can be dry, but Manuel’s were moist and juicy, with spices like clove, allspice, and cinnamon along with hot peppers. I loved them. I’ve stayed true to Manuel’s flavors here, but I use pork instead of goat, wrap it up in foil, and then bake it until it’s tender enough to shred. If you have a pit in your backyard, have at it. But the foil-and-oven method works great. The meat is delicious in tacos. — Kevin Gillespie, author of Pure Pork Awesomeness.
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pulled pork
If you're a pulled pork fan, it doesn't get much better than this. Normally it would take 6 to 8 hours in a slow-cooker, but the Instant Pot helps you make your favorite comfort food in under 3 hours. Serve with some coleslaw and barbecue sauce.10 Irresistible Pork Recipes
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Pork Miso Udon
This recipe is the ultimate comfort food, providing a fun, flavorful way to incorporate pork, noodles and vegetables into a single dish. Easy to make, this udon soup is perfect for serving friends and family — especially as the weather starts to turn cold. Click here to see 5 Slurptastic Noodle Recipes.
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Slow Cooker Pulled Pork
For most people, pulled pork is one of those dishes that's worth going out for because it seems like such a hassle to make at home — however, with the help of a handy slow cooker, this meaty comfort food dish is super easy to make.Like most dishes that are made using a slow cooker, the prep is minimal and the bulk of the work is done by the appliance, so with some patience, the pork will be fork-tender and ready to pull without much effort at all. Click here to see The Slow Cooker Challenge.
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Pork and Vegetable Dumplings
These dumplings are always a hit and are great boiled or pan-seared. Try substituting ground chicken or minced shrimp as a variation. They freeze well, so be sure to double the recipe to make more. Click here to see The Ultimate Chinese New Year Dinner.
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Pork Lo Mein
Never had I imagined that it would be possible to try and replicate one of my favorite Chinese takeout dishes, but when given Asian noodles and pork tenderloin to make for dinner one night I figured, why not. I grabbed just about every Asian ingredient I had in my cupboard and got to work. The results were, I have to say, better than takeout.  Click here to see 5 Slurptastic Noodle Recipes.
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Succulent Pork Ribs
Pork ribs are a beloved barbecue cut in America. My version is a new and delicious flavor experience that combines sumiso sauce, shoyu, and Worcestershire sauce. In this recipe, the pork ribs acquire a golden brown, velvety, mouthwatering appearance. Eating this dish is fun but a bit messy. Have lots of paper napkins and small bowls of lemon water at the table for your guests' fingers. See all pork recipes. Click here to see Cooking with Japanese Flavors Made Easy.
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