Here's a dinner that fuses home cooking and high cuisine, and your taste buds will celebrate with each mouthful! French Onion Pork Chops combine the savory, cheesy, oniony flavors of french onion soup with juicy pork chops. Topped with the crunch of crispy french fried onions, these pork chops have a tangy-rich creaminess that will leave you scrambling for more. Best of all, French Onion Pork Chops are easy to make and can be on the table in less than an hour. With these on the menu, why would you ever go back to regular pork chops?
Meatloaf is delicious on its own, but wrapping it in bacon is a genius move that will add some crunch to the soft loaf. The Bacon-Wrapped Meatloaf itself has an Italian tinge with Italian bread, parmesan cheese, and Italian seasoning included. The tangy tomato sauce balances the rich loaf with sweetness and acidity. Bacon-Wrapped Meatloaf is a crowd-pleasing dish that will draw “oohs” and “aahs” from your dinner guests.
This simple pasta bake combines pasta, ham, and cheese for an easy dinner that’s filling. Rotini pasta is covered in a ham and cheese sauce and baked with extra cheese on top—it’s decadent, to be sure, but so very worth it. Pair the Easy Ham and Cheese Pasta Bake with a light green salad and some roasted veggies to make it more of a balanced meal. Alternatively, you can embrace the indulgence of Easy Ham and Cheese Pasta Bake and grab your favorite chocolate cake for dessert. The choice is yours!
Cooking meatballs can be a time-intensive process that involves standing over a hot oven and frying meatballs in batches while getting splattered by hot oil. These Crockpot Asian Meatballs are a little easier to make as they are prepared by first baking the meatballs, then cooking them in their sauce in a slow cooker for a couple of hours. With delicious flavors of garlic, ginger, and green onion, Crockpot Asian Meatballs are a savory delight best when served with jasmine rice.
Making these Red Wine Braised Short Ribs might take a whole afternoon, but it’s worth it for this wow-worthy dish. Chunks of beef are cooked for hours in a bright tomato-wine sauce until the meat is falling off the bone. Cooking Red Wine Braised Short Ribs will make you feel like the chicest French grandmother on this side of Provence. Serve atop mashed potatoes or a parsnip puree.
It’s not only the honey garlic glaze that adds flavor to this pork loin. First, Honey Garlic Pork Loin is rubbed with six different spices; then, it’s seared; and finally, it’s baked with its glaze. All those ingredients complement the juicy meat for a dinner that’s simple to prepare while being complex in flavor. Serve your Honey Garlic Pork Loin with veggies and crusty bread; the crusty bread really helps ensure you don’t miss out on any of the sauce!
Why have pulled pork with a side of mac and cheese when you can just mix those things together for Pulled Pork Mac & Cheese that will blow your mind. The pork couldn’t be easier to make—it cooks for several hours in a slow cooker (with an unusual ingredient), and the mac and cheese is whipped up quickly on the stovetop. Then everything is baked together in the oven to make sure the flavors really meld. Pulled Pork Mac & Cheese is a creamy, salty, sweet dish that’s utterly addictive.
Give pork an autumn edge with this Maple Glazed Pork Tenderloin recipe. Maple syrup and sage bring seasonal flavor to the juicy meat that’s seared in a skillet with butter. This quick dinner would taste divine alongside mashed sweet potatoes and roasted brussels sprouts. Maple Glazed Pork Tenderloin would also make a great Thanksgiving alternative to turkey!
Grilled Rosemary Garlic Pork Chops show what a beautiful flavor pairing can bring to a meal. The softly savory, almost sweet flavor of pork combines in unique ways with the peppery, slightly minty flavors of rosemary and the oniony, herbaceous taste of garlic. With the smoky tang of balsamic vinegar marinating each chop as well, Grilled Rosemary Garlic Pork Chops almost melt in your mouth with their bounty of tastes. It’s also no effort to make, with only a few steps and a few ingredients to make this magnificent main course.
Sweet and Sour Pork isn’t just a Chinese food takeout favorite; it can also be a home-cooked comfort food that will amaze your taste buds and your dinner guests! Crispy fried pork and crunchy capsicum are slathered in a sweet, tangy, and deeply savory sauce that will leave lips smacking and smiles brightening. Sweet and Sour Pork takes a little patience to master, but the end result is the juiciest and most flavorful pork you could hope to enjoy. Try getting that from takeout!