A great strategy for getting dinner on the table fast is to prepare part of the meal in a pressure cooker, leaving your hands free to make one of the other dishes. This well-seasoned pork dish is quick to get into the pressure cooker. While it’s cooking, make some garlic broccolini and rice.
If you don’t have a pressure cooker, try these grilled pork tenderloins.
Grilling pita or slices of nice bread and topping them with grilled peaches, prosciutto, burrata, balasmic glaze, and basil, is a beautiful way to serve an elegant appetizer or light entreé for a girls’ night in.
You can’t have enough recipes that are kid-friendly and can be easily served within 30 minutes. This honey-soy pork tenderloin, prepared in the pressure cooker, gets dinner on the table fast. Serve with hot rice and roasted broccoli or garlic broccolini.
Without the Balsamic Glaze, this pressure cooker pork is the perfect base for a number of meals (tacos, burrito bowls, rice dishes, etc). But add the glaze, and you have an easy, elegant, delectable main dish you’ll want to make over and over again. Serve with Skillet Green Beans and rice.
Guy loves his cooking magazines, and recently picked up a copy of a Better Homes and Gardens’ One-Pan Recipes in the check-out lane. The cover of the magazine featured this pan of ham and cheese melts, made with Hawaiian rolls, brushed with melted butter, chopped shallots, parsley, and garlic, and browned until melty and delicious. We made them for a weeknight dinner and then spotted them at the book club holiday party – they’re really great for any occasion.