Farro is a delicious, healthy alternative to pasta and this recipe combines it with Italian sausage and mushrooms to make an easy one-dish dinner.
Smoked sausage, green pepper, diced tomatoes and a touch of sour cream combine with your favorite cut of pasta to make a quick one-dish dinner.
This simple stir-fry recipe combines boneless pork, sugar snap peas, a three-ingredient sauce and ramen noodles to make a quick, flavorful weeknight meal.
Thin-sliced boneless pork chops are shallow-fried and topped with a quick, creamy sauce flavored with capers, onions and Dijon-style mustard.
These roasted pork tenderloins are coated with a flavorful blend of brown sugar, cinnamon and coriander and served with a sweet-tart cranberry-cider sauce.
Glazed with apple cider, brown sugar and bourbon, this Southern-style, spiral-sliced ham is a delicious, easy main dish to serve for company.
This tender and juicy boneless pork roast is coated in a delicious rub made with extra virgin olive oil, garlic and fresh herbs.
Flavored with garlic, white wine and thyme, our version of this classic French casserole is made with chicken legs, cubed pork, white beans and sausage.
Made with a blend of ground beef and pork, flavored with a pinch of allspice and sautéed onions and finished in a creamy sauce, our classic Swedish meatballs are comfort food at its finest.
Pork tenderloin braised with a mixture of sautéed cabbage, apples and bacon cooks quickly and turns out juicy, tender and full of flavor.
A fast Chinese-style stir-fry of tender strips of boneless pork, fresh green cabbage and a sweet and spicy sauce made with sriracha, ketchup and tomatoes.
Always, moist and flavorful, our classic meatloaf recipe uses a combination of ground beef and pork along with basic flavorings like onion, celery and fresh parsley to enhance the natural flavor of the meat.
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