A recipe found on www.nomenu.com - From A Past Edition Of
The New Orleans Menu Daily, By Tom Fitzmorris. Here is what is stated about the recipe: "Pork tenderloins are lately much appreciated by cooks and eaters not only because of their great texture (it is the pork what a filet mignon is to beef), but also for its extremely low fat content (less than chicken, even with the skin off). This dish fixes that fat issue by adding a very rich but supremely delicious cream sauce." Posting untried by me for ZWT.
Wow, wow, wow is all I can say about this recipe. This recipe was taken from the KC Barbeque Society Cookbook and was submitted by Bob Zaban. We make a lot of pork loin in our house and I have to say this is the best recipe we've tried yet. Fancy enough for a nice dinner party and so flavorful. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
This is a "wow" recipe that I created last night. I had been wanting to try Andouille sausage and finally found it at a local grocery. It gives this dish just the right "kick" to spice up your dinner, though feel free to add some red pepper flakes if you really like it hot! My husband took one bite and said "you have got to write this recipe down"!
I have been preparing baby back pork ribs this way for a long time (29 years)
and they always get great reviews. I have been doing it so long, I can't remember where it originated. You can use your favorite BBQ sauce on them, but I like Jack Daniels Honey Smokehouse.
This is a tasty way to enjoy pork chops and a nice combination of sweet and savory flavors. The pork chops are seasoned with savory spices and simmered in an orange sauce, which caramelizes and thickens into a sticky indulgence. It is best served over hot, cooked rice with sauce spooned over all.
This dish has German roots, but is widely prepared in Switzerland. I'm not sure exactly where I found this recipe,but it's been DH and grandson's favorite deer hunting camp meal for many years. It cooks in one skillet so clean up is minimal.
Another great recipe from Fine Cooking, love that magazine and website! Fairly quick for a somewhat fancy dinner, although I make for weeknights. So far out of 3 reviews on their website, it has 5 out of 5 stars.
My favorite do-ahead party dish. Excellent taste, very easy to make, and perfect for everything from a casual to a formal dinner party, or even a buffet. It's great served with braised belgian endive or lightly sauteed broccoli rappe, green salad, wine, and even pasta. Versatile and easy dish. My go-to dish when we've got friends coming over, and I can't think of what to make.
This is my favorite dish to serve at a Pot Luck buffet. You can serve it in a bowl, over pasta or rice, or as a sandwich. I never have one spec of this recipe left over. It is hands down my most requested dish.
Dom DeLuise, who passed away on May 4, 2009, was not only a great comedian. He was also an excellent cook. Here is one of his recipes. You can use any kind of Italian sausage you prefer. Be sure not to cover the pan, or the vegetables will be steamed.
Serve with hot Italian bread.
A golden crust and apple-flavoured sauce add to this dish's appeal for entertaining. Choose a long, slender roast (rather than short and thick) because even though they cook in the same time, the slender one will be easier to slice and look more attractive on plates.