If you are finding yourself drowning in zucchini this summer, this is a perfect recipe to make to use it up! Zucchini rounds are stuffed with a delicious Asian-inspired pork filling and are steamed until tender. It’s great on it’s own or served over rice!
Homemade Wontons (Pork and Vegetable Versions)
These little bundles of joy take a bit of effort to make, but they are definitely worth all the work. I have two versions for you: pork and vegetable. Both are delicious and are great in soup, pan-fried or just on their own!
Pork Schnitzel & Jägerschnitzel
Can’t make it to Germany for Oktoberfest this year? No worries, make up a batch of delicious schnitzel! Serve with a nice cold beer right in the comfort of your own home. No lederhosen required!
Pork & Bacon Skewers with Mango Salad and Peanut Dipping Sauce
If you love pork, then this recipe is for you! Cubed pork chops are skewered between a slice of bacon and are grilled on the BBQ. Enjoy these smoky and sweet skewers with a side of peanut dipping sauce and a refreshing mango salad.
Apple Cider & Honey Pork Chops
These Apple Cider & Honey Pork Chops are the perfect way to celebrate the fall season. Juicy pork chops are cooked with fresh apples, apple cider, and onions to create a delicious jammy sauce that goes perfectly with the pork.
Pork & Sambal Green Beans
One of my favourite ways to eat green beans is to fry them. They get charred and crisp yet also remain crunchy and refreshing. Add some sambal oelek and some ground pork to the mixture (along with a few other ingredients) and you have a spicy Asian-inspired meal in less than 20 minutes!
Herb-Stuffed Pork Loin (Porchetta)
This Herb-Stuffed Pork Loin is a play on the classic Italian dish, Porchetta. While this roast doesn’t have pork belly wrapped around it, it is still crispy and juicy…and tastes just as good! This is the perfect late spring recipe to make for a large crowd, because not only does it look impressive, it tastes amazing and uses seasonal herbs and spices that are perfect this time of year.
Apricot Chutney Glazed Ham
This sweet, sour, spicy and smoky Apricot Chutney goes wonderfully with this salty ham that is perfect for a big occasion! Glaze the ham every 45 minutes or so to really build up the flavour and get a nice crust on the ham.