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Pork Recipes

As Wisconsin’s local fresh country market and meat shop, it only makes sense that we are not only experts with meats, but we also have some pretty amazing recipes to go along with how to cook them.

Browse some of our best pork recipes, which have awesome pork steak recipes, pork roast recipes, recipes for pork country style ribs, braised pork recipes, pulled pork recipes (including delicious a pulled pork slider recipe, too!), grilled baby back rib recipes, pork chop recipes, recipes for pork tenderloin, and so much more!

With our delicious pork recipes, we’re certain you’ll never be hungry!

Pork Chop and Waffle Sandwiches

Forget about chicken and waffles - try pork chops and waffles! This recipe comes to us from the Pork Council and we're in love with it. Whether you eat this sandwich for breakfast, brunch or brinner (that's breakfast for dinner for those unaware of the term), this Pork Chop and Waffle Sandwiches with Maple Gravy is sure to please. Between the breaded pork chop, bacon and maple gravy, there are just so many delicious elements to the recipe that's it's sure to please everyone. What's your favorite part of this recipe? Let us know in the comments below and thanks again to the Pork Council for putting this recipe together!

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One Pan Pork Chops and Vegetables

Roasted Pork Chops and VeggiesWe all love one pot recipes - they make cleaning up a breeze - but our One Pan Pork Chops and Vegetables recipe takes the convenience to a new level! With this easy recipe, all you have to do is season pork chops and prep veggies then lay them on a sheet pan to roast. Roasting in the oven will perfectly cook the pork chops and give delicious caramel flavors to the vegetables. To clean up, all you need to do is throw out the foil you put on your sheet pan! It's an easy, delicious and quick way to enjoy dinner. We used carrots and Brussels sprouts for this recipe, but you can substitute other vegetables that can be roasted, like potatoes. Enjoy!

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Garlic Butter Pork Tenderloin

Our Garlic Butter Pork Tenderloin recipe is an easy dinner recipe that only takes one dish to bake in your oven at home! This healthy meal feeds a family of four easily or can be cut in half to make a delicious meal for two. We use melted butter and a house made garlic seasoning to make the garlic butter tenderloin, but you can also use a preseasoned garlic butter pork tenderloin instead. The recipe was a big hit at our house for its rich flavors and how great it smelled while it was baking. Did you make any modifications to the recipe? Let us know in the comments below, we'd love to hear them!

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Spicy Bourbon Baby Back Ribs

Try this easy slow cooker Spicy Bourbon Baby Back Rib recipe the next time you're in the mood for a sweet and spicy pork treat! We make a BBQ sauce from scratch (it's super easy!) that has a great balance of spicy and sweet flavors. We use bourbon to give the sauce some kick and use it for our cooking liquid to add smokiness to the ribs without having to use artificial liquid smoke. If you like a little less spicy sauce, just omit the cayenne pepper. A little bit of it goes a long way to giving the sauce its kick! Do you have a great homemade BBQ sauce? Let us know what it is in the comments below - we love a great sauce!

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Slow Cooker Texas Pulled Pork

When it comes to BBQ in Texas, beef is king. You'll find some of the best briskets in the world seasoned with salt, paprika, pepper and more. While pulled pork isn't a Texas staple, a pork butt loves Texas style BBQ seasoning. Here's our recipe for BBQ pulled pork with Texas style seasoning. We use our Texas Rump Rub for seasoning, but you can make your own Texas style rub at home by combining 4 parts salt, 2 parts paprika, and 1 parts each black pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, cayenne pepper and brown sugar. What do you think of our recipe? Do you have a great Texas BBQ recipe to share? We'd love to hear it in the comments below!

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Puerto Rican Shredded Pork

This spicy-sweet Puerto Rican Shredded Pork recipe is a fun twist on traditional pulled pork. The Pork Council came up with this recipe based on traditional Puerto Rican flavors and it's delicious! We made this at easy slow cooker recipe at home and served it as taco meat with fresh pico de gallo on top. You can also serve it on top of a salad, on a sandwich, or with corn on the cob. There really is no wrong way to serve this pork! How did you serve it? Let us know in the comments below, we love to hear back from you!

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BBQ Pork Mac and Cheese

We're absolutely in love with this recipe from the Pork Council. It combines two of our absolute favorite comfort foods - BBQ Pulled Pork and Mac n' Cheese - into one delicious dish AND is an easy to make slow cooker dinner! We're giving you the basic version of this recipe, but there are so many ways you can fancify this recipe further. Top the dish with hot sauce for a kick, add chopped bacon on top for Double Pork Mac and Cheese, or melt more cheese on top for a even cheesier version. What did you do to make this recipe your own? Give us your tips in the comments below, we want to get some ideas on this one!

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Slow Cooker Pork Carnitas

Pork Carnitas are a traditional Mexican taco recipe that are absolutely delicious and easy to make in your slow cooker. The key to this recipe is to brown the pulled pork shoulder after it's been in the slow cooker. This searing will brown the outside of the pork creating crispy pieces in your taco. The crispy bits are the best part of the filling. Once you shred the pork, you can put it on taco and top as you like, though it's traditional to serve with fresh chopped onions and cilantro with a splash of lime juice. How do you like to top your carnitas? Let us know in the comments below!

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Hearty Country Style Meatloaf

Hearty Country Style MeatloafMeatloaf is such a delicious comfort food. It's got lots of flavor, warms you up and fills you up. There are a million different recipes for meatloaf, but we really like this one. We think using the 60/40 blend of ground beef and pork makes for great flavor and texture. The beef adds flavor while the pork adds just enough fat to the mixture to help everything stick together without making the loaf too greasy. If you like, you can use all ground beef. What are your favorite tricks for meatloaf? Let us know in the comments below, we always love trying new variants!

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Slow Cooker Creamy Ranch Pork Chops

This is a super easy to make slow cooker recipe that only needs a few ingredients. A tangy ranch seasoning packet combined with the creamy soup makes for a delicious sauce on top of the pork chops. Serve on top of a bed of mashed potatoes to help soak up the sauce and enjoy!

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