Pork sausage, taco seasoning and taco sauce add plenty of zip to easy macaroni and cheese. "This zesty dish is just as yummy the next day," notes JoLynn Fribley, Oakley, Illinois. "Just warm it up and garnish with shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes and cheese."
Tender, moist slices of pork tenderloin and crispy slaw combine in this deliciously different recipe from Jerry Harrison of St. Marys, Georgia. "I've been serving this to family and friends for nearly 30 years," he shares.
I've served this full-flavored stir-fry for years, always to rave reviews. Tender pork and ripe pears make a sweet combination, and a spicy sauce adds plenty of zip. This dish is a must for help-yourself luncheons or fellowship dinners.
-Betty Phillips, French Creek, West Virginia
Everyone cleaned their plates when my mother made these succulent tangy sweet pork chops when I was growing up. Now, I get the same results when I serve them to my family alongside applesauce and au gratin potatoes.
My family wouldn't eat spinach until I found this recipe. Then it became a dish they frequently requested. It's a meal in itself, adds color to any menu and is well received at a potluck gathering.
-Monna McConnell, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
Pork tenderloin is deliciously showcased in a smooth sauce with fresh lemon and herb flavor. "Served over noodles, this entree has become one of our family's favorites," comments Darlene Sheridan of Phoenix, Arizona.
"I'm a new mom and need good healthy meals that are fast to fix," relates Kristin Tanis of Hatfield, Pennsylvania. "These moist chops fit the bill perfectly. Since this entree requires a single pan, cleanup's quick, too."
"My grandma, who's an excellent cook, shared this recipe with me," notes Nadia Boutin Sylvester, Cookshire, Quebec. "It has lots of eye-catching color, a nice combination of tender meat and crisp vegetables and wonderful garlic flavor."
I really appreciate how easy it is to prepare these juicy pork chops. Marinating them overnight seasons them wonderfully. They're sure to be requested often by family and friends.
—Janice Mitchell of Aurora, Colorado