This is one of, if not the most delicious recipes Ive ever made. The flavor is so rich and incredible. It is not dry, although the cooking time may lead you to think differently. You can cut it with a fork, it is just so moist and tender.
This is a recipe from Better Homes and Gardens, and we thought it was terrific. The recipe says it can be used for chicken, too. But we stuck with the recipe as it was written and used pork, and it turned out perfect. Prep time includes the minimal marinating time.
Fire up the grill and try something new. So zesty and easy to prepare, these Grilled Bone-in Pork Chops with Hawaiian Marinade are the perfect addition to weeknight dinners and backyard barbecues. Courtesy of the National Pork Board
This recipe is from a local Mexican restaurant near my home town. A lot of slow cooking and yet easy to make. Easy recipe to make ahead. just freeze the meat and finish everything else the day of service. You can also use purchased tortillas if you don't want to make your own.
Here in South Louisiana, we "smother" just about everything. No, we don't put a blanket or something over our food to "smother" it! We just keep the cover of the pot almost all the way on. It's best cooked in a heavy, seasoned cast iron dutch oven, which is a must have, in my opinion. The meat is cooked in a natural gravy. I personally like my food on the spicy side. It's "fall off the bone" tender! So, put a pot of rice on! :)
I wanted to come up with a version of Chile Verde that was perfect for my family and after trying several recipes I came up with this one that we all love. I like to serve this over Chef #230609 's Recipe #147335 with flour tortillas from my little neighborhood store called Tortillas de las Americanas.
Tastes like something you would get from a taqueria and it makes great leftovers. It would be great for a party because you can make it ahead and it just tastes better. I doubled the amount of pork and used this for burritos. From Lourdes Castro's Simply Mexican. (I love this Book!)
I found this recipe on Cooking.Com and it has been a keeper ever since!
I love pork loin and if done right is not dry or bland. Pork loves rosemary and sage just ask any Italian! :)
This is a Tuscan recipe so it is recommended that it be served with braised white beans and roasted potatoes! And uncork a Chianti!!! Sounded good to me! Jelly :)