I'm the proud mother of wonderful and active children. Simple, delicious and quick meals like this are perfect for us to enjoy together after errands, school activities and soccer practice are over. —Judy Armstrong, Prairieville, Louisiana
"Talk about versatile recipes! This is a long-time family favorite just as it is, but occasionally, I jazz up the recipe with jalapeno peppers and fresh ginger. I’ve also made it with peach preserves and dried cherries for a delicious change of pace," notes Julie Wesson of Wilton, Wisconsin.
These pork chops make an easy, nutritious and—most important—delicious dinner! Best of all, they go together in minutes and look lovely enough to serve company. Keep the ingredients on hand for last-minute dinner guests. —Mary Bilyeu, Ann Arbor, Michigan
"I love this recipe because it tastes like a 'real' Sunday supper, but I don’t have to spend my whole Sunday making it," says Trisha Kruse of Eagle, Idaho. "Instead, I can bike or work in my garden all day and still have this amazing dish on the table to wind up the weekend with a home-cooked, sit-down meal for my family."
Begin your meal with sweet and citrusy Orange-Glazed Pork Chops from Athena Russell of Florence, South Carolina who loves to create recipes. “I have a passion for cooking; I've been doing it since elementary school,” she writes. The chops are tender and juicy, and with a bit of Dijon and orange juice you'll have bursts of flavor in every bite.
This zippy entree from Athena Russell of Florence, South Carolina looks and tastes special, but it’s a cinch to make. “When I get home from work, I like to prepare quick dishes, and this is one of our favorites,” Athena says.
These melt-in-your-mouth pork chops are always a hit with my family and with company, too. Lemonade concentrate is what gives them their tangy lemon flavor. They’re so easy to make that we have them often.
“This is a quick and delicious meal I often serve to guests,” says Priscilla Gilbert of Indian Harbour Beach, Florida. Dried fruit adds a special touch to the dish. Served with a fast rice mix, dinner will be on the table before you know it!
In 30 minutes flat and with only one pan, you can have a hearty and flavorful Mexican meal. This creamy skillet dinner features tender pasta, mouthwatering pork sasusage, diced veggies and lots of seasoning. "It freezes nicely if made ahead," adds Valerie Hertel from St. Louis, Missouri.
Ginger and red pepper flakes perk up this flavorful pork dish from Ann Van Tassell of Albuquerque, New Mexico. ”I’ve been making this quick pasta dish for years,“ says Ann. ”It’s convenient because the noodles don’t need to be boiled separately.“