Pork Recipes & Meal Ideas
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10 Pork Shoulder Recipes Worth Making This Fall
Welcome to slow-cooked season.
Mar 4, 2020
Your Dinner Table Is Missing Jubilee's Wilted Mixed Greens with Bacon
The dish we've come to know as "warm spinach salad" wasn't really a salad at all, to hear the black cookbook authors tell it through the years, writes Toni Tipton-Martin. Here's how to make her version at home.
Feb 11, 2020
Hearty Dinner Recipe: Spanish Bean Soup (Potaje de Garbanzos)
You may be thinking that a recipe for a thick, hearty soup is a bit odd considering that yesterday was the first day of spring. But this Spanish bean soup is not just any soup. Rather, it is a soup sent straight from the soup gods (if the soup gods took the form of my future mother-in-law). As I was walking out the back door of a recent family gathering, Tina (my future MIL) forced two large Tupperwares into my hand. This happens often, and I never quite know what I’m going to find inside.
Feb 3, 2020
The 30-Minute One-Pot Pasta I Make Every Single Week
It's packed with spicy sausage and plenty of veggies.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Italian Sausage and Tortellini Soup
This soup comes with a memory: a bowl of hearty soup served by my mother-in-law one chilly fall afternoon many years ago. I remember the tomatoey broth being so complex yet so comforting, and the cheesy tortellini were a brilliant touch. I asked her for the recipe, but she, being the MacGyver of the kitchen that she is, didn’t have anything to give — it was a one-time-only melting pot of a week’s worth of leftovers. But I didn’t forget it.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Veal Meatballs in Red Wine Sauce
When it comes to pairing wine with food, I don’t know that there’s a pair I like much better than a big plate of pasta with red wine sauce and tender, aromatic homemade meatballs — paired with a bold and delicious Chianti, of course. It’s a classic setup, a staple of Italian-American restaurants, and comfort food extraordinaire.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: One-Pot Southern-Style Green Beans
Green beans are a part of most every Southern family’s suppers. Their key distinction is that they are cooked down in liquid until quite soft, almost to the point of “mush.” In traditional Southern cooking, they are also cooked and flavored with ham hocks or pork knuckles. This take on the classic uses a smoked, bone-in ham steak for flavor, which can be found in almost every grocery store.
Feb 3, 2020
Slow Cooker Recipe: Cheesy Panade with Swiss Chard, Beans & Sausage
Part bread stuffing, part French Onion soup, 100% delicious.
Feb 3, 2020
This Sheet Pan BBQ Pork Tenderloin Will Make You a Dinner Hero
Smoky BBQ sauce is the upgrade your pork tenderloin needs.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: 5-Ingredient Family-Friendly Baked Potato Soup
Here’s how most weeknight dinners go at my house: I’ve planned recipes a week in advance, grocery shopped, and meal prepped. Then a long afternoon meeting has me rushing between school pickup and bath time to get dinner on the table. I have a few miracle meals that fit the bill, and I just added this five-ingredient baked potato soup to the roster. Spoiler: No baked potatoes are required for this soup.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Easy Slow Cooker Bean Soup
A bag of beans, a smoked meaty bone, and a slow cooker turn into a simple and delicious dinner.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Easy Wonton Soup
I am a firm believer in the power of dumplings and soup. Not only is the combination tasty and comforting, but a little upfront effort also yields prepped emergency meals to stash in my freezer — and who doesn’t want that? These easy wontons are full of juicy, savory ground pork and swim in a 15-minute gingery broth that starts with boxed chicken broth. Best of all, the ingredients are all easy-to-find, and the wontons use a simple but pretty wrapping technique.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Mexican Red Pork Soup with Hominy (Pozole Rojo)
Around the World in 30 Soups: This month we’re collaborating with chefs, cookbook authors, and our own Kitchn crew to share a globetrotting adventure in soups from countries and cuisines around the world. Today’s stop: Mexico. We asked Gonzalo Guzmán, chef at San Francisco’s Nopalito and author of the eponymous cookbook, to share his take on one of the soups that speaks most to him of Mexico.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Irish Potato, Leek, and Smoked Bacon Soup
Around the World in 30 Soups: This month we’re collaborating with chefs, cookbook authors, and our own Kitchn crew to share a globetrotting adventure in soups from countries and cuisines around the world. Today’s stop: Ireland. We drew a classic Irish recipe with a modern twist from Rachel Allen, author of Rachel’s Irish Family Food.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Hot and Sour Soup
One of my favorite soups is hot and sour soup, and I was flabbergasted to discover that it’s really quite easy — and cheap! — to make. Who woulda thunk it? Called suan la t’ang in Chinese, it gets its tang from the addition of white vinegar. Let me share a secret with you — not only did this recipe mark the first time I made hot and sour soup, but it also marked the first time I tasted it. Trust me, no one is more surprised than me.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Slow Cooker Sausages with Peppers and Onions
When I think of my travels in Germany, I think of beers, brats, and mustard, and it’s still that satisfying trinity that I crave when the weather starts to cool down. Throwing everything into a slow cooker means I can come back to tender sausages that have been gently braising in beer, with a pile of sweet peppers and onions coated in grainy mustard right on top.
Feb 3, 2020
Slow-Cooked Hoisin and Ginger Pork Wraps with Peanut Slaw
This recipe very handily fed almost a dozen people at a recent weekend get-together; there were even leftovers. It’s also a very easy and delicious recipe with terrific flavor. And yet it takes less than half an hour to put it all together. Perfect menu for company! This recipe is basically a riff on Elizabeth’s slow-cooked pork shoulder. Pork shoulder, also known as pork butt, is a relatively fatty and inexpensive cut of meat that is excellent for slow cooking and braises.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Slow Cooker Maple-Mustard Pulled Pork
Pulled pork is one of those magical meals that every self-respecting meat-eater should be able to prepare by heart. And when you say pulled pork to any Southerner, you’ll hear descriptions of luscious pieces of tender meat rubbed with secret spice mixes and doused in sauces of spice and vinegar, tangy mustard, or sticky-sweet tomato and molasses. Although those classic smoky flavors are satisfying, sometimes you need a new spin on an old classic.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Breakfast Stromboli
Shape a ball of pizza dough into this beautiful breakfast sandwich filled with scrambled eggs, sausage, and cheese.
Feb 3, 2020
Recipe: Southern Greens and Biscuits
A perfect mess of Southern greens, thanks to the rule of three, with biscuits from a grand dame of Southern cooking to mop up the potlikker.
Jan 31, 2020
Recipe: The Easiest, Flakiest Cheddar Biscuits
These cheddar bacon biscuits put all others to shame.
Jan 31, 2020
Recipe: BLT Salad with Bacon Vinaigrette
Think of this salad as a BLT in a bowl – fresh summer tomatoes with a bright vinaigrette, toasted croutons and crispy bacon. It’s hard to improve on a classic BLT, but this may do the trick. Simple and light, the salad puts the fresh tomatoes front and center. They’re so beautiful this time of year, why limit yourself to a single slice in a sandwich?
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Schnitzel and Pear Salad with Wheat Beer Vinaigrette
Tucked into a mix of chopped romaine, ruffled frisée, sweet red pear, and pungent blue cheese, crispy schnitzel brings some Oktoberfest flair to the dinner table.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Antipasto Tortellini Salad
Forget plain ol' pasta salad — this hearty twist is way more fun.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Bacon & Spinach Orzo Salad
I’ll be honest with you: I like to be the person at a party who brings a dish that people can’t stop talking about. There’s a good chance you feel the same way. This recipe is here to help you embrace that feeling and make it your reality all summer long. Inspired by classic pasta salad, it makes a couple simple changes that deliver a huge reward.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Antipasto Pasta Salad
On hot summer days, I want a bright, vibrant pasta salad with a wide variety of flavors and textures — not a wimpy mixture of bottled Italian salad dressing and overcooked pasta. This version, perfect for a backyard barbecue or poolside shindig, takes inspiration from antipasto, the Italian first course that includes all kinds of pickled veggies, cured meats, and of course, cheese.
Jan 29, 2020
BLT Pasta Salad
The easiest way to give pasta salad a summery upgrade.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Cheezy Potato Salad
Potato salad is essential at any cookout. This creamy recipe is mayonnaise-free and full of crisp bacon and celery. The dressing has a cool, creamy tang that mayonnaise-based dressings just can’t beat. Bonus: this potato salad is even better when made ahead. And that marvelous dressing? Sour cream is part of its appeal, but the real secret lies in a nostalgic blast from the past: Cheez Whiz.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Bacon-Lovers’ Potato Salad
As many variations of potato salad as there are out there, it’s hard to beat the classic combination of smoky bacon and tender potatoes. In this tangy German-inspired potato salad, there’s bacon-y goodness infused into every single bite. For all you bacon-lovers out there, this recipe should be at the top of your list the next time a side of potato salad is needed to go next to some fried chicken, burgers, hot dogs, or barbecued ribs. This potato salad gets all its flavor from bacon.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Apple-Bacon Slaw
The arrival of apples means incorporating the sweet, crunchy fruit in as many meals as possible. Dicing up red apples and tossing them into standard cabbage slaw adds a refreshing crunch and pretty pop of color. The fact that apples and bacon play nicely together also means that bacon can play a double role in this easy slaw: The bacon itself gives salty hits of flavor, and the bacon fat can replace some of the regular oil in the dressing for a touch of smokiness.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Fried Cauliflower Rice
Cauliflower fried rice that tastes just like the real stuff.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Easy Fig & Prosciutto Flatbreads
You know those decadent flatbread pizzas that you devour at your favorite wine bar with friends? You can totally make those at home when you need a fast and fancy snack for book club (aka wine-drinking club) or even a date night at home. These flatbreads are everything you want in a grown-up, restaurant-inspired pizza. A crisp crust cradles jammy figs, salty prosciutto, and peppery arugula while pops of gorgonzola add just enough funky tang.
Jan 29, 2020
How to Make Traditional French Cassoulet
Cassoulet, a hearty slow-simmered stew of sausage, confit (typically duck), pork, and white beans, is one of the great hallmarks of French country cuisine. Here’s how to make it at home.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Chinese Lucky Noodle Stir-Fry
Chinese barbecue pork, crunchy veggies, and saucy noodles come together in this Chinese stir-fry.
Jan 29, 2020
Make-Ahead Recipe: Pork & Green Chile Stew (Chile Verde)
There’s nothing I love more than having a mammoth-sized batch of soup on the stove, whether it’s going to serve a room full of people or supply me with a stockpile of meals. This New Mexico pork and green chile stew is the perfect candidate to make on a lazy Sunday and then live off of the rest of the week. It’s spicy, savory, and hearty, and just when you think it can’t get any better, it does! I hosted a formal Christmas party last year for all our family and friends.
Jan 29, 2020
Winter Recipe: Bigos Stew
From the very get-go of planning my Cozy Holiday Potluck, I knew that I wanted to make Bigos Stew. This Polish hunter’s dish is a real stick-to-your ribs kind of affair — pork and sausage (several kinds!), sauerkraut, porcini mushrooms, and a few glugs of good beer. It’s a bit rich to justify for a weeknight meal, but for a midwinter party with a group of friends who love to eat, it’s absolutely perfect.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Black-Eyed Pea Stew
I’ve loved black-eyed peas since I was very small. Their texture delights me — smooth and plump outside, but creamy inside, endowing their broth with a richness even though each pea holds its shape, distinctly marked with that elegant eye. I disliked butterbeans and limas, and found English peas pretty but not worthy of attention unless they were filling the mashed potatoe mountain we called a bird’s nest.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Pork, Poblano, and Pumpkin Stew
I have previously shared a recipe for chile verde — a beloved holiday favorite at my house — and while this recipe for pork, poblano, and pumpkin stew is very similar, where the stew really veers off is with its aromatics: tomato paste; San Marzano tomatoes; and a fragrant blend of cumin, coriander, cinnamon, and brown sugar. This stew has a more Mediterranean vibe; a far cry from the Southwestern flavors of the original.
Jan 29, 2020
How To Make Really Good Chile Verde Stew in the Slow Cooker
Chile verde is more than a simple stew. Pork shoulder is rendered into supple, tender meat after a slow simmer in a sauce of roasted tomatillos, peppers, cilantro, and oregano. The resulting meat and sauce can be poured over rice or tucked into a tortilla. While the salsa verde requires a little prep work up front, the rest of the cooking is hands-off, thanks to the trusty slow cooker. This is a perfect dish to perfume your house when the weather gets crisp this fall.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Chunky Pork and Apple Stew
When the temperature drops in January, what we really want is food that fills us up and nourishes at the same time. So start your day with a hearty smoothie, but finish it with a wholesome stew. This is one of a series of stews designed to make you feel good in every possible way. Brimming with veggies and spices, each of these wholesome stews will support and reward your best New Year’s intentions.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Chorizo Chicken Chili
This 30-minute chili, featuring the flavorful power couple of chorizo and chicken, is what you make on Wednesday when you hit a wall on what to make for dinner. A change of pace from a beefy chili, this one-pot meal kicks up the flavor with spicy chorizo and seared chicken thighs. Smoky, fire-roasted tomatoes and two types of beans make up the sauce, with a few dashes of spices and herbs added in to give it a complex flavor.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Slow Cooker Pork and Cider Stew
Like any great stew should, the aroma of this hearty pork and apple stew will make your kitchen smell amazing.
Jan 29, 2020
How To Make Slow Cooker Chili Verde
Let me guess — when chili is on the docket, you blindly reach for a can of diced tomatoes and the jar of red chili powder. I’m no different, but this time around we’re going to shake things up with a vibrant chili verde from the slow cooker. Fill your shopping basket with tomatillos, jalapeños, poblanos, cilantro, and oregano, and set aside the ground beef to reach for a pork shoulder instead.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Shrimp and Corn Chowder
Corn chowder is a classic soup bursting with the sweetness of corn. It’s oh-so-creamy and body warming. When you add quick-cooking shrimp, corn chowder not only tastes great and feeds the soul, but it is also transformed into a complete meal in a single bowl. Usually, the thickness of a chowder comes from two sources: the starchy potatoes and the heavy cream.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Pork Belly Lettuce Wraps
A trip to the Korean market is always fun when I’m getting ready to entertain or simply preparing a weeknight meal. We love Korean food at our house, and pork belly lettuce wraps are always a fun and active way to serve delicious, flavorful food, no matter the occasion. These lettuce wraps celebrate the popular Korean dish Samgyeopsal Gui, which simply means grilled pork belly. Koreans traditionally eat Samgyeopsal while grilling the meat themselves at the table.
Jan 29, 2020
Grilling Recipe: Ultimate Beef & Bacon Burgers
I don’t know about the rest of the country, but Atlanta seems to be the epicenter of a giant burger boom. Everywhere you turn, there is a new chef-owned burger joint promising the best beefy bite between buns you’ve ever tasted. But are those $20 burgers really worth it? Perhaps once you try these Beef and Bacon Burgers you won’t think so. I love a good burger as much as the rest of the American (meat-eating) population, maybe even more.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Egg Wraps with Ham and Greens
I have a thing for pinwheel sandwiches; they’re just so pretty and such perfect finger foods. What if you could skip the tortilla or traditional wrap and use protein-loaded eggs instead? These wraps take the trifecta of breakfast foods — ham, eggs, and cheese — and turn them into portable bites that can work as breakfast or lunch.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Sheet Pan Bratwurst, Beets, and Chard
Hearty is the name of the game when it comes to the taste, but easy is what this one-sheet-pan-wonder is really all about. Warm up the earthy-sweet flavor of beets with caraway, the seeds that make rye bread taste like rye bread, and serve them alongside juicy brats. With the swipe of one flavor, you’ll feel like your vegetables could be in the Black Forest. Bratwurst is a German sausage made from beef, pork, or veal, and they are often available precooked or uncooked.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Baked Spaghetti Squash Carbonara
How do you feel about spaghetti squash? Do you consider it a bad joke of a vegetable, promising carbs without remorse, but actually offering a bowl of slippery, slimy strings? Or do you love it for its teasing imitation of spaghetti, still holding its own with sweetness and a toothsome bite? Actually — never mind. I don’t really care how you feel about spaghetti squash.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Spaghetti with Crispy Pancetta, Peas, and Burrata
You know that basic box of spaghetti you keep stashed in the pantry? I’m about to show you how to really make it live up to its full potential. This gem is easy enough to pull together on a Monday night when you’re pressed for time, but fancy enough to hold its own when you host friends or your new in-laws for dinner. Soft, creamy burrata steals the show to make everyday spaghetti and frozen peas feel super special.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Pan-Roasted Cauliflower Pasta with Smoky Tomato Sauce
There also happens to be crispy prosciutto crumbles involved.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: One-Pot Meatballs & Pasta Os
As far as guilty pleasures go, a love of SpaghettiOs is pretty tame. Cranking open a can may have been acceptable for me as a 7-year-old back in 1989, but it’s time to admit that what I really love are the soft O-shaped noodles swimming in a sweet tomato sauce. With this wholesome take on a childhood favorite, I know I won’t be reaching for the can opener anytime soon. My traditional spaghetti dinner takes two pots, one pan, and an embarrassing number of bowls and utensils.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Slow-Cooker Sausage and Spinach Lasagna
In the nineties, I went to college in Canada, a long way from my home in South Carolina. One snowy weekend, my mother came for a visit. Because I was in class when she arrived — and you can’t skip class the day your mother arrives — I left her a key.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Mexican Skillet Lasagna
What if I told you that you didn’t need to pick up a knife or turn on your oven to make a delicious lasagna? Yes, it’s true — this lasagna only has six ingredients and cooks all in one pan. Ready to learn more? I usually only make traditional lasagna once a year because it just involves too many ingredients and too much of my time.
Jan 29, 2020
Weeknight Recipe: Pork Meatballs with Lemon and Thyme
November can feel so single-minded. It’s all about Thanksgiving, turkey, cranberries, and feasting! But Thanksgiving is only one day, and life goes on around it. This is a recipe for a weeknight when you want something comforting, but not too heavy. These petite meatballs are fresh, lemony, and meltingly tender. And, perhaps best of all, they’re not turkey.This recipe was actually inspired by (and adapted from) Chez Panisse. I visited the café at Chez Panisse a couple years ago.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Meatballs in Chipotle Sauce (Albondigas al Chipotle)
Most small homestyle restaurants in Mexico City serve a variation of this dish — hearty meatballs smothered in a smoky tomato sauce, with lots of warm tortillas for sopping it all up. Occasionally it’s the star in the three-course, economically priced meal called comida corrida, a lunchtime tradition in the city.
Jan 29, 2020
How To Make Classic Swedish Meatballs with Sour Cream Gravy
What is a Swedish meatball? Köttbullar, like all traditional recipes, have thousands of variations, but what nearly all Swedish meatballs have in common is that they are made of ground pork and beef, use bread and milk as a binder, are covered with a rich gravy, and are served with lingonberry jam. With this recipe we’re sticking with tradition and delivering meatballs spiced, fried, and sauced to perfection.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Pressure-Cooker Meatloaf
Diner-style meatloaf cooks up tender and tasty when made in the pressure cooker. Topped with ketchup and enjoyed warm or cold, it's easy to see how meatloaf became a classic.
Jan 29, 2020
Slow-Cooker Maple and Dijon Pot Roast
A few pantry staples give this classic a sweet and tangy twist you'll love.
Jan 29, 2020
How To Make Better-than-IKEA Swedish Meatballs
Swedish meatballs are one of the easiest, most delicious ways to switch up your weeknight meatball routine. Unlike their Italian counterpart, Swedish meatballs are warmly spiced (think: nutmeg and allspice) and simmered in a creamy gravy, perfect for ladling over mashed potatoes or egg noodles. These meatballs are too good to only be enjoyed inside the IKEA food court. Here’s how you can make an even better version any night of the week.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Easy Skillet Meatloaf
The meatloaf to make when you want glaze on every bite.
Jan 29, 2020
I Made Chrissy Teigen’s Spicy Meatloaf & Here’s What I Thought
A heads up: It's definitely spicy.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Bacon and Kimchi Fried Rice Frittata
Both fried rice and frittatas are known as perfect dishes for cleaning out the refrigerator. Perhaps it’s because both cold rice and eggs act as a blank slate for whatever you wish to throw at them. In addition to being versatile, fried rice and frittatas are fairly simple to make — coming together quickly using whatever vegetables, meats, cheeses, or sauces you have on hand. This recipes combines the two dishes and adds in kimchi and bacon for maximum flavor with minimal effort.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Sausage and Eggplant Summer Frittata
This isn’t the kind of thin frittata that’s a sad substitution for a buttery quiche or an overfilled omelet. No, this is one seriously hearty frittata — one that will keep you full until the next meal (and perhaps then some). It will make you forget all the sad frittatas of brunches past that just didn’t cut it, and make you love the egg dish all over again. Does that pique your interest? Good — me too.
Jan 29, 2020
How To Make a Sausage and Egg Breakfast Casserole in the Slow Cooker
Have you ever woken up and wished you could walk into the kitchen to find a hot breakfast (or really, any breakfast) ready and waiting for you? I have this exact wish on a weekly basis. That’s why I want you all to meet the slow-cooker sausage and egg casserole, otherwise known as the recipe that lets you wake up to breakfast.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Apple, Sausage, and Smoked Cheddar Breakfast Casserole
This rustic casserole is inspired by an omelet that was my go-to brunch for years at the small cafe in my old New York City neighborhood. It’s filled with thick chunks of breakfast sausage, sweet apples, and smoky cheddar, making it appropriate for holiday get-togethers and those evenings when you want a cozy breakfast for dinner. I love this casserole for many reasons, but for me it elicits strong feelings of warmth, comfort, and happiness in that special way only food can manage.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Asparagus, Prosciutto & Goat Cheese Frittata
I feel pretty strongly that a frittata can solve a multitude of problems: It answers the question of what to feed overnight guests in the morning, what to pack for lunch for the week, what to make when there’s barely anything in the fridge (and, conversely, what to make when there’s too much in the fridge). I often turn to this mix-and-match formula for frittatas to use up what I have on hand.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: One-Skillet Salsa Pork Chops
This is your key to a quick and easy 30-minute dinner.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Cucumber-Peel Sandwich Spread
As the weather gets warmer, I like to do everything I can with cucumbers — including using up the peel. Like any good Southerner, I often make marinated cucumbers, or “refrigerator pickles.” This quick mix of thinly sliced and peeled cucumbers, vinegar, sugar, salt, and chili flakes is a fail-proof and delicious side salad, but it always leaves me with a heaping pile of peels I hate to throw away.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Caramelized Onion, Ham, and Provolone Breakfast Bread Pudding
When it comes time to host brunch this holiday season, use this recipe that can feed a crowd. It also offers a fancy (yet super-easy!) upgrade to the classic ham and cheese breakfast casserole, starting with cubes of day-old sourdough soaked in a velvety custard that’s laced with rich caramelized onions, bits of ham, and sharp provolone cheese.
Jan 29, 2020
Freezer Recipe: Sausage and Vegetable Breakfast Casserole
Being Southern and all, I grew up eating, and loving, breakfast casserole. (Some of you may call it a strata or bake. To be honest, I still don’t know the difference.) My mother’s recipe is basic—just sausage, bread, eggs, and cheese. Any time mom has to feed a crowd, whether for company, early football games, or Christmas, this is the dish she makes. I love hers to no end, but I recently discovered one I like just a bit better.
Jan 29, 2020
Recipe: Creamy Cabbage Gratin with Bacon and Mushrooms
This is what happens when an old-fashioned country recipe called scalloped cabbage gets dolled up and heads into town for a dinner party. It elevates cabbage into elegance with a creamy Gruyère sauce and a tumble of sautéed mushrooms. The Gruyère and bacon add flavor, of course, but cabbage still reigns in this dish. Should you prefer to keep this meatless, all is not lost — simply omit the bacon and replace the bacon fat in the béchamel sauce with butter.
Jan 29, 2020