Conquer the weeknight dinner blues with Balsamic Dijon Pork Loin with Sweet Potatoes, Onions, and Carrots. Made in one baking dish, this simple and flavorful meal is a winner any night of the week. The marinated pork is bold and tender, served alongside a seasonal mix of roasted vegetables. Read more now on Foodal.
Looking to impress at your next dinner party? This herb roasted pork tenderloin with pears is a jaw-dropping main dish your guests will go crazy for. The Hasselback treatment of the meat infuses it with intense flavor, with subtle sweetness from the seasonal fruit, and a pan sauce that will excite your taste buds.
Marinated apple cider pork chops are juicy with a hint of tangy flavor, a delicious addition to an elegant fall meal alongside your favorite starch. Served with caramelized apples and onions, the richness of the meat comes through in each bite. Learn more about how to make this classic, simple recipe now on Foodal.
Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or need a quick weeknight meal for the family, this recipe for savory grilled pork chops with tangy mango salsa is the answer. The dry spice rub enhances the rich flavor of the pork, paired with a bright and fresh fruit topping. Learn how to make this delicious dish now on Foodal.
Need a super easy meal with a meaty main? Our recipe for simple skillet pork chops with quinoa is a tasty mix of healthy ingredients. It’s the perfect gluten-free and paleo meal, all made in just one pan. The quinoa is cooked in the same pan as the pork and veggies. So easy! Get our delicious recipe now on Foodal.
During the weekdays, you don’t want to spend too much time cooking dinner, especially after a long day at work. This recipe for simple but delicious pork chops, marinated in a honey mustard sauce and served with a fresh salad, is going to be a favorite in your weeknight dinner rotation. Click to get the recipe from Foodal today!
These spicy pork tacos with peach and corn salsa are the perfect way to enjoy seasonal produce at its peak. They’re quick, healthy, and super tasty – what’s not to love? You can crank up the spicy heat if you crave a little burn, or tone it down if you’re feeling more reserved. Fire up the grill and try this recipe out for dinner tonight.