Pork Dinner Recipes
Here’s How to Cook Pork Every Way Imaginable
Step away from your go-to pork recipes and add a few new techniques to your arsenal. From roasted and braised to smothered and rolled, we found the best of the best.
This direct-heat method is perfect for weeknights. Bonus: You can often cook the entire meal in one skillet, saving on cleanup time!
Most appropriate for thicker chops, stuffing them requires moderate effort, but is perfect for a special occasion.
There’s a reason this countertop gadget is so popular. The slow cooker gives you walk-away convenience and is perfect for tenderizing larger cuts of pork, like shoulder.
The uber versatile Instant Pot is all the rage in culinary gadgets! It’s perfect for gourmet meals, like this pulled pork, in half the time.
Less expensive (read: tougher) cuts of pork benefit from braising. Cooking the pork in liquid over a long period of time makes it melt-in-your-mouth tender.
Perfect for brisk weather, baking pork provides dry heat and lower temperatures to tenderize large cuts of pork.
We’re sure you are familiar with this one! Roasting utilizes high heat making it a relatively quick cooking method.
A vintage technique common among grandmas, smothering is characterized by a tasty sauce—and sometimes sauteed veggies and melty cheese—served over the meat.