Although not exactly braising per se, this pork tenderloin is getting some grill pan-searing here, which is followed by a 20-minute roasting at medium-high temperature. Now we’ll have plenty of time to put together a delicious plum sauce made with red wine. Our suggestion is to serve the meat thus flavored over rice.
Before baking this rack of pork, score it, rub it with vinaigrette and crushed fennel seeds, add rosemary sprigs, then cover all with aluminum foil. All these preparations will let this fat pork parts borrow the flavors much better. Pair the meat with slightly crispy pan-cooked kale and baked potatoes. Better bake these guys together with the meat. You’ll see why.
Welcome to a mint-flavored pork-bulgur burger sandwich. Achieve that by making a refreshing yogurt sauce with mint and shredded cucumber and by topping the patty with fresh mint leaves. We also want to make it slightly hot so toss some paprika into the patty mixture.
How long has it been since you’ve tasted some finger-licking (literally) pork ribs? If you follow our lead, you’ll flavor yours with whiskey, soy sauce, and fajita seasoning. You’ll then fry them and bake them. And as these guys will cook in the oven you’ll put together a couscous and baby spinach salad.
Hmm, tender pulled pork … You can achieve this degree of tenderness by using the slow cooker. Just “forget” the meat in there for 5 hours at low temperature. Let it borrow the tomato and spices’ aromas and then use the liquid resulted from cooking the pork to put together a thick sauce.
This one is hearty, low-carb, not so high on calories and is basically a frittata but with a twist. This time we bake it and we add some flour for the texture. As a final step, we’re giving it a tart kick by serving it coated with mustard.
If you want these sandwiches on your table, you’ll have to be patient. In order to get this flavorful and tender pulled pork, you must marinate the meat for 2 hours, pan-sear it, then slow cook it for another 4 hours. Finally, when you assemble your sandwiches top the meat with refreshing arugula. All in all, it is worth the wait, believe us.
Everybody needs a crispy tender steak from time to time. We’re talking about meat-eaters, here, of course. Use pork neck this time. Before searing it, generously coat it with a spice mixture. If our mix isn’t enough for you, feel free to use your imagination and your favorite spices.
Welcome to another hearty meal with savory and deliciously tender meat. Achieve this by first rubbing the pork chops with an oily mixture of garlic and sage, then braising them. Finally, cook them slowly on a bed of vegetable goodies. Thanks to all that, a lot of flavors will compete for your palate.