Frankfurter Lollipops

Who says the lollipops must be sweet? If you want to make a simple food to look and to taste amazing, think different! Instead of simply boiling some frankfurters in hot water, coat them in a batter and fry them on skewers! Plus, when you dip them in a sauce you won’t get dirty fingers!

Fried Pork With Sweet Cabbage

Frying pork is easy! But what would you choose to serve it with? Forget the potatoes and try this unexpected side dish made with sweet and sour red cabbage.

Crepe Lasagna

Have you ever tried to reinvent your lasagna? You can simply do it by experimenting with the filling, but for a really interesting twist, try to use crepes instead of lasagna sheets. But don’t bother making homemade crepes, if you don’t have the time. The store-bought ones are a good fix for this dish!

Cheesy Pork Mince and Wedges Casserole

Have you invited friends to visit and you need to cook a big batch of food? This cheesy pork mince and wedges casserole is ready in just one hour and we guarantee everyone will love it!

Caramelized Pork Ribs

Have no fear when it comes to using herbs and spices in your kitchen. Stock up on all your favorites, but also give it a try with things you’ve barely heard of from your supermarket’s aisle. Spicing things up in the kitchen comes with a lot pleasant and flavorful surprises. Like these caramelized pork ribs enriched with chili flakes, cloves, and ginger. They will leave you breathless.

Chili and Honey Glazed Ribs

Ribs are a savory and delicious dish in almost any combo that you try. So, keep things simple, and cook them in the oven next to some veggies and a deliciously simple glaze on top, made with honey and chili. Try this recipe and see how easy it is to make ribs at home.

Coca Cola Ribs

Now this recipe sure is American-inspired. Cola is usually served with ribs, but this time, we had new things planned with it. We’ve used it as a marinade for the ribs, and we must say, it has made them deliciously sweet and tender!

Cheese-Stuffed Pork Schnitzel With Sweet Potato Mash

Want to make something new out of a pork neck steak? You can fill it with some Cheddar cheese and brie, coat it with flour, egg, breadcrumbs, and deep-fry it. It’s one of the best schnitzels you can try, and it works very well with a simple sweet potato mash!

Creamy Pork and Mushroom Stew

When the weather outside is frightful, light a fire, wear some wool socks, and have yourself some comfort food! Treat yourself with something warm and nourishing by making this creamy pork and mushroom casserole! It’s a little bit spicy, so we promise it will warm you up!

Cheddar-Stuffed Pork With Sweet Potato Mash

Pork and cheese? Well, it’s an interesting combo if you stuff the steak with Cheddar and then pan-fry it. Add some sweet potato mash next to the pork to complete a delicious meal!

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