The only thing difficult about this recipe is the spelling! It tastes almost exactly like Veal Milanese but without the big price tag, and it’s 4-ingredient simple. I can’t promise that the kids will like it as much as chicken tenders, but it is pretty child-friendly and cooks in just a few minutes.
This lo mein dish is a delicious alternative to takeout and can even stand on its own as a stir-fry if you omit the noodles.
Here’s a company-worthy recipe for juicy roast pork with a delicious orange sauce. Roast Pork with Orange Pan Sauce Serves 6 … More
This 5-ingredient pork chop recipe yields terrific results and is simple to make. Take advantage of seasonal apple cider and enjoy this easy dinner.
Start your sides first with this recipe: the pork chops will be on the table in under 15 minutes!
Don’t heat up the kitchen by turning the oven on in the summer! Make this Teriyaki Pork recipe in a small appliance called a roaster oven–they’re not just for Thanksgiving turkeys!
My kids call this recipe “little squares” because I make it with cubes of pork.
Sausage, peppers and onions make great sandwiches, but you can also serve this with pasta. Use your Dutch oven for easy cooking. This recipe is perfect for game day!
This recipe for Pork Carnitas gets a burst of flavor from chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. Chipotle Pork Carnitas Serves 12 … More
Marinate pork chops all day, and have them on the table in less than ten minutes!