Looking for pork recipes? We have recipes for roast pork, pork chops, pork ribs, pork tocino and BBQ pork. You'll also find lots of bacon recipes, and prosciutto recipes.
Pork chops are pan-seared and served with a delicious sauce made with onions, tomato ketchup, sugar, black vinegar and soy sauce. Serve with freshly cooked rice.
This is a popular poor man’s food that almost all mothers can cook, at least in Singapore. It’s the most convenient way to have a quick delicious meal during work week. A lot of people also like to cook Pork Leg Bee Hoon during parties. Chinese New Year is just around the corner. You can see how easy it is to turn a simple can food dish into a classy festive dish that’s fit for the King!
Pad Ga-prao (Stir-fry Minced Meat with Basil Leaves) is one of the most common dishes in Thailand, using the strongly scented Basil leaves. You can cook this dish with Pork, Chicken or Beef using this recipe. This dish can also be served as a one-dish meal with rice.
Sweet green beans pair perfectly with crispy, salty and smoked bacon. Great company for grilled or barbecued meats and chicken.
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This is an excellent dish for a summer barbecue party. Prepare the ribs in advance, and when your guests have arrived, finish them off on the barbecue. You'll have them wondering how they got so tender and tasty so fast.
Make this classic lasagna recipe zestier by using hot Italian sausage or a little milder with regular Italian sausage. Don't be scared off by the long cooking time. The wait is well worth it. It's a great dish to make for a crowd and easy to adjust for varying tastes. The leftovers are even better when reheated the next day.
Usually this dish is bought from vendors for a quick lunch, but it’s actually very easy to make at home and so delicious too. Plus the house smells wonderful, when you are done cooking. My kids and husband (and all the neighbourhood dogs - haha) come running, when they smell this dish.
This recipe creates a stunning dish with many layers and textures. Fortunately, it is very easy to make in just one pot! This recipe feeds about 5 people, but it can easily be increased for a party if needed. Leftovers are easily reheated.
Pork is spiced with a dry rub of chilli, cumin, garlic and coriander, then cooked slowly in the oven.