This Phillipine style preparation is usually done with chicken, but it's also very tasty on pork ribs. Originally from Food and Wine. Be sure to use non-reactive containers and cookware due to the high amount of vinegar.
This delicious stew recipe comes from "Williams-Sonoma Italian Favourites". The recipe suggests serving it over polenta but since I myself don't care for polenta, mashed potatoes make a good substitute.
Delicious way to serve pork chops - I saw this recipe prepared by Giada DeLaurentis and had to try it! The whole family raved about it! The onions do take some time to cook down, but it is definately worth the time and patience! Please give this recipe a try - you won't be sorry! Don't let the number of steps scare you; this recipe is very very easy!
The British banger gets its name from the noise the fresh sausages make when they burst in the pan during cooking. Here the sound effects are absent, since the sausages are made without casings. Originally from a December 1989 issue of Bon Appetit that featured recipes from a "Yorkshire Yuletide".
Hmmmm...pork belly - something unctuous & yum for the last of winter. Interestingly, it looks very easy to put together. I plan to serve with Chinese broccoli & oyster sauce & steamed rice.
From Food and Drink - a weekly guide to enjoying eating from Tribune.
Note: Adapted from "Essentials of Asian Cuisine" by Corinne Trang
Time does not include 4 hours marinating time - I plan to marinate overnight.
Update - made this for the night before Christmas - the skin was crispy & the meat tender, with just enough five spice to make it delicious! Served with Recipe#146661 - a winning combination! Try it, you will like it!
Fried pork chops and tarter sauce with an Italian twist. The key to a nice crust in this recipe is: 1. using regular breadcrumbs versus panko (i use panko most of the time, but not for this dish), 2. getting the pan hot and ready for you but not exceeding medium heat or the breading will burn before the meat cooks, and 3. not turning or touching the chops it's time to flip. If you follow these instructions, you'll have a nice golden crust on your pork chops. This is a Giada recipe that hardly needed tweaking.
A recipe from Penzeys. . .the photo in their catalog looks amazing. It makes a nice sauce too. They recommend serving it over pasta or rice with a side of steamed broccoli. Feel free to use canned or fresh tomatoes.
This is a recipe that is loosely based on something I once saw on the Frugal Gourmet. He combined all of the ingredients except the meat, then used it to stuff a chicken. That is good, but we have come to like to like this adaptation better.