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  1. I like this Portuguese Pork with Red Peppers recipe–http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Portuguese-Pork-with-Red-Peppers/Detail.aspx

  2. I have a great pork recipe that I actually got from my mother in law. You saute pork chops with onion. At the same time you cook rice. When both are done, you pour the rice on top of the pork chops and rice and then put some butter/margarine on top to melt through. You then pour a can of tomato soup on top, cover the whole mixture and let sit for about 5 minutes. I was skeptical the first time I ever tried it but sooooo good, and a great cooler weather meal!

  3. I haven’t made pork chops in so long. The last time I used orange juice along with some seasonings. I don’t remember the exact recipe since it’s been so long. But last week I made some spicy pulled pork, recipe courtesy of the Pioneer Woman, oh wow, it was amazing!

  4. I love my crockpot for pork loin; I add two cans of cream of mushroom soup, some spices and a can of water. Add sliced onions, carrots, and peeled and cubed potatoes and leave it on low all day. Makes a great, easy and tasty Sunday dinner.

  5. I love pork ribs in the crockpot, it’s so easy, just brown them in the broiler, then put them in the crockpot with barbecue sauce. So easy and so good!!

  6. I love cooking pork tenderloin. It’s so easy to prepare, just marinade in a resealable bag a few hours or overnight (6-12 hours), then pan roast in the oven. I usually cook 2 at a time and use the 2nd one for a few other meals like pork and veggie stir fry and pork sandwiches.

  7. I like teriyaki pork chops and a side of rice…I make my own teriyaki sauce and marinate it for 2 hours in the fridge then I grill the pork on a castiron grill pan and serve it with a side of vegi and medium grain rice…

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  8. I cook my pork Chops in Orange Juice. I slowly cook them in a frying pan letting the pork chops get sticky. I add more juice again and cook them until they are very sticky. Usually 20-30 mins depending on the thickness. I cook on med heat. Make sure it is not too high, you don’t want the juice to cook too fast. I also throw in some orange slices.

  9. We like to fry it up in a pan so it’s nice and brown and then put apricot or mango preserves on top. A little sprinkle of cinnamon is great, too!