This month we’ve been doing loads of posts featuring vegan recipes. I thought it was high time we did a meat lovers, carnivore focused blog. First meat up? Pork. It goes with fruit, barbecue sauce, slaw, mustard. You name it pork’s been put with it. I didn’t want to dish up recipes for last weeks pork chops, but give you something to give your next pork dish a bit of inspiration. You know my motto “You don’t know if you love something until you try it”.
Woman and Home never disappoints when they set out to share a recipe and this Normandy Pork Casserole is no exception to the rule. My husband tends to eat mustard with just about any meat regardless of whether it has a sauce or gravy. This casserole combines his favourite flavours of meat and mustard in this perfect casserole for autumn. Warm, creamy and indulgent this pork dish is fantastic served with a side of roast potatoes or even by adding the potatoes into the casserole itself. One word. Delicious.
Pork tenderloin has to be some of the most tender meat on the planet. Of course, that is dependent upon the person cooking it, when cooked to perfection it is juicy and delicious. This recipe from Slimming World checks all those boxes. Don’t be put off by the fact that is was created by a diet program. This doesn’t taste like diet food, it’s appetising, warm and filling – perfect for the whole family.
Doesn’t this look absolutely mesmerising? Don’t let the word “French” put you off. I know that French food can more often than not take more than just amateur cooking skills. This recipe doesn’t happen to fall into that difficulty category. The Wanderlust Kitchen gives you the perfect step by step instruction to make this tantalising recipe. The writer of The Wanderlust Kitchen blog touts this as a date night meal and boy is she right. If you’re looking for the meal to seal the deal this is the one!
Love bacon? Get a double dose of pork paradise in this bacon wrapped delight from Erren’s Kitchen. This isn’t your typical British stuffing. Forget the dry stuffing balls, no offence, they are nothing like the stuffing I grew up with in America. This dish has all your favourite stuffing flavours but it’s moist and covered in smokey bacon wrapped goodness. If you’ve ever had American stuffing, and loved it, then this recipe will be right right up your alley and definitely something to add to your Christmas menu.
There’s nothing stopping you from adding bacon to nearly everything to celebrate pork. If I’ve missed out your favourite pork dish, please feel free to share it with me and get it into one of our future blogs!