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    Pork Main Dishes

    I'm always open to new pork recipes. Sometimes it feels like that all we ever eat! With my husband being a pig farmer, it's definitely the cheapest meat around for us. Sometimes I have a hard time justifying buying beef and chicken. These are not necessarily recipes I've tried, but they've caught my eye and will likely be tried sometime in the future.
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    This recipe comes from Southern Colorado and I have been making it for over 20 years. It is my favorite thing to cook and eat. If you like hot and spicy Mexican food, this is a recipe for you! I made it for our friends and it has become a hit here in Corpus Christi, Texas! The great thing is you can also make it hotter or milder, depending on your taste! In Pueblo, Colorado, we served it over burritos, or enchilada's. My personal favorite way to eat Green Chile (especially on a cold day) is by placing a hamburger bun in a bowl, add a plain hamburger (with or without cheese), smother it with the Green Chile Sauce, then top it with diced onion and oyster crackers. In Colorado we call these green chili sloppers! They are great served with a beer!

    Recipe #21076

    This is our favorite pork chop recipe! It comes from an issue of Woman's World magazine. It's delectable served with garlic mashed potatoes. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #99367

    A quick, easy, yet delicious way to prepare pork chops. Serve with refried beans and tortillas.

    Recipe #152224

    A very tasty and easy dinner in less than an hour. I found this in a Southern Living cookbook and thought it was worth passing on. I served this with Uncle Ben's Garlic and Butter rice and a vegetable.

    Recipe #75207

    Seared pork chops covered with fresh mushrooms, then baked smothered in a sinfully delicious sauce full or bacon, onions, cream, and a touch tomato sauce. A dish so full of flavor everyone will be wandering around the house looking for their socks. Quick and easy comfort food sure to please family and dinner guests. Note:The tomato sauce can be substituted with ketchup or tomato paste in a tube.

    Recipe #157964

    Another easy and fairly quick recipe from Campbell's Soup with amazing flavour. I serve it with rice that I've cooked with a package of onion soup mix.

    Recipe #179377

    Another one that I really like, but can't remember where it came from.

    Recipe #181837

    Makes about 1/4 cup of rub.

    Recipe #126653

    104 Reviews |  By Tebo

    Easy, simple and fast. Scalloped potatoes go very well with these chops.

    Recipe #12134

    I found this recipe on the web somewhere and decided to try it. It is absolutely wonderful and the meat just falls off the bones. As my husband describes it "they are succulent!" This is a must in our family at least every other week!

    Recipe #110078

    This recipe calls for tenderloin and goes through a few steps, but I'm too lazy for PROCESS! I pretty much always just use chops or butt steaks and throw everything into my huge frying pan on the stove top. Keep the pan covered until the meat is cooked and then continue cooking, uncovered, until all the juice is gone, stirring a few times throughout. Either way, it's delicious!!

    Recipe #176388

    This is adapted from my favourite pork marinade recipe in the Company's Coming BBQ cookbook. It is definitely the best marinade I've tasted for pork, but one time when my in-laws were up for the weekend, I didn't have enough chops for all of us, so I added some venison chops as well. The pork turned out well -- like it usually does -- but the venison chops put them to shame! I highly recommend this for pork, but if you don't try it with deer meat, you're seriously missing out!!! (Prep time does not include turning the marinating meat periodically and because of the basting while barbequeing, cook time is not really 'passive time.')

    Recipe #174548

    Adapted from "Prevention's Freezer Cookbook" by S. Sanders. Can be made without freezing first, just be sure to marinate chops at least 6 hours before cooking for best flavour.

    Recipe #120517

    A scrumptious way to cook and tenderize steaks at the same time. I use whatever steaks or chops I have on hand -- beef, pork, venison, you name it. Particularly good with a cheesey, sour cream and rice casserole like recipe #184275.

    Recipe #175837

    9 Reviews |  By Susie D

    This 3 ingredient marinade is recommended for pork chops or chicken breasts. Why crazy? The main ingredient is lemonade! The recipe is from a Betty Crocker on the grill cookbook.

    Recipe #99685

    A different corn dog recipe to please the inner child. Or the outer child for that matter.

    Recipe #30552

    The pork mixture can be made a day in advance and refrigerated. Cooking time does not include cooking pork. You can also make this with ground beef. This is spicy, if you want to reduce the heat, then omit the jalapeño or Tabasco sauce. This is a really tasty dish, and the cornmeal topping just by itself is good baked in an 8x8-inch buttered baking dish, I baked mine for about 25 minutes at 350 degrees!

    Recipe #142939

    20 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe produces a rich chile sauce and the meat is falling apart tender. Serve with warm tortillas, grated cheese and shredded lettuce for a mexican taste sensation.

    Recipe #115208

    A yummy variation on traditional meatloaf. I have also made this mixture into meatballs as well.

    Recipe #57770

    An excellent recipe for football afternoons! the longer the hot dogs simmer, the better they taste. The recipe comes from a community cookbook.

    Recipe #138855

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