6 yummy recipes so you can love cooking your pork bundle
When your freezer is filled with a variety of pork from our When Pigs Fly Pork Sale, there’s so many dishes you can make. Here are some recipes to inspire your cooking:
Red Wine Braised Short Ribs
Short ribs are a cut taken from the blade end of the loin close to the pork shoulder. The meat is typically thick on both sides of the bone. They tend to have a good amount of fat and connective tissue, which makes braising a great choice for cooking.
Apple Raisin Pork Chops
This recipe is unbelievably tasty and only takes 10 minutes to prepare! A tried and true family pleaser. A comfort food at its best.
Crispy Pork Belly
Since pork belly is mostly fat, technique is important with cooking it. You want to end up with a crispy outside and a juicy, tender, melt-on-your-tongue inside. Pork belly is surprisingly easy to make. Here’s a simple recipe that will give you excellent results.
Pig Feet Recipe
Pig feet? You can eat those? Yes, you can! In honor of nose to tail eating, here’s a pig feet recipe. Although pig feet aren’t the most popular in the modern home kitchen, they should be. They are tasty and juicy and once you try them, they’re irresistible!
Brown Sugar Glazed Baked Ham
When I think of Christmas, I think of glazed ham. It’s a longstanding tradition. The brown sugar glaze is made with pineapple juice and makes a tasty sauce. This recipe can be used with a ½ ham or altered for smaller ham slices.
Italian Minestrone Soup with Amish sausage
Minestrone is a hearty Italian soup made with beans, vegetables, and a tomato-y broth and is served with pasta or rice. It’s versatile, as you can use any seasonal veggies you have in your home. A great addition to a good Minestrone is sausage, adding a deep flavor and some healthy animal fat.