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    Kitchen Kouture Pork

    This is a collection of my favorite pork recipes. I have tried each and every recipe in this collection and it is truly the BEST of the BEST pork recipes around.

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    This is my families favorite soup recipe. Some of the meatballs will fall apart, while others hold their form. This gives the soup a wonderful texture. It freezes well to.

    Recipe #490079

    This is a fantastic recipe that you can prep ahead! I've served these taquitos, sliced in half, as appetizers. The chorizo gives them a nice zing. You may serve these with sour cream and/or guacamole on the side. This is a Sandra Lee recipe. Delish!

    Recipe #247150

    From Martha White but tweaked for my families taste. Make dumplings small because they puff up nicely.

    Recipe #489435

    I am obsessed with saving money. This is from my cookbook series of Easy & Frugal recipes by Kitchen Kouture. I use the frozen leftovers from my http://www.food.com/recipe/tamaras-carnitas-477187 or leftovers from my http://www.food.com/recipe/kitchen-kouture-whole-chicken-488248. I use my http://www.food.com/recipe/kitchen-kouture-original-rojo-salsa-477191 for the salsa. The taquitos freeze nicely for leftovers as well.

    Recipe #488801

    I am obsessed with saving money. I make this when our local store has a 99cent a lb special on pork butt or shoulder. This is my favorite pot roast recipe.

    Recipe #488280

    This is the easiest recipe you have ever made. Just throw it together and put it in the oven. No watching, basting, or mess. This meat is even better when frozen, and taken out for a week day meal.

    Recipe #477187

    I am obsessed with saving money. This is from my cookbook series of Easy & Frugal recipes by Kitchen Kouture. I use the frozen leftovers from my http://www.food.com/recipe/tamaras-carnitas-477187 or leftovers from my http://www.food.com/recipe/kitchen-kouture-whole-chicken-488248.

    Recipe #488249

    This is my version of Chacho's King Kong Nachos. I use the frozen leftovers from my http://www.food.com/recipe/tamaras-carnitas-477187. or http://www.food.com/recipe/kitchen-kouture-whole-chicken-4882. I like to serve this with my http://www.food.com/recipe/kitchen-kouture-loco-avacado-sauce-487814.

    Recipe #487815

    This is a quick an easy weekday meal. it is made with my http://www.food.com/recipe/tamaras-carnitas-477187. Make the bbq sauce at leat 24 hours in advance. Then just thaw out a ziplock bag of frozen carnita meat.

    Recipe #487565

    This enchilada packs a punch! This is my version of a REAL TEXAS pulled pork enchilada. This recipe calls for leftovers of my Recipe #477187. I love to make my carnitas because I have leftovers for 3 additional meals. Freeze about 1 1/2 pds in seperate zip lock bags and thaw them out when ready to use. Sauce needs to sit overnight for best results. The sauce can be made up ahead of time and frozen in ziplock bags as well.

    Recipe #487359

    This is the perfect recipe for those who love the flavors of a classic Cuban pork roast but are cooking in small quantities. Typical of Cuban fare, these are full of tropical flavors but not spicy. The garlic and lime pair beautifully in a fragrant marinade. Though you can marinade as briefly as an hour, for best results let the pork soak up to 6-8 hours. (Don't marinade overnight as the citrus cooks the pork over longer periods). Serve these with my Almost Fried Plantains #134349 for a delightful healthy meal.

    Recipe #134871

    “Ready, Set, Cook! Contest Entry” This is the easiest recipe you have ever made. Just throw it together and put it in the oven. No watching, basting, or mess. The Reynolds Wrap Foil prevents all the mess. This meat is even better when frozen, and taken out for a week day meal. The fresh corn tortillas and Rodriguez Dipping Sauce are so good and just as easy.

    Recipe #486487


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