It’s sometimes innovative, eclectic and fun but it’s always delicious. There are a thousand ways to do it but here are the top 9 ways to cook pork. #9 Whole Hog Roasting What can be more fun than gathering family, friends and neighbors for a pig roast? If you have the time and help—you’ll love it. Top methods are grill, rotisserie, Chinese Box and...
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The Top 9 Ways to Cook Pork

It’s sometimes innovative, eclectic and fun but it’s always delicious. There are a thousand ways to do it but here are the top 9 ways to cook pork.

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#9 Whole Hog Roasting

What can be more fun than gathering family, friends and neighbors for a pig roast? If you have the time and help—you’ll love it. Top methods are grill, rotisserie, Chinese Box and rock-lined pit. Complete instructions here.

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#8 Stewing

Stewing is the delicious result to slow-and-low cooking. Complete instructions here.

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#7 Broiling

Throw some sweet heat from above down on your cubed, sliced or chops for some delightful flavor. Complete instructions here.

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#6 Baking

Baking is the dry-heat method of cooking pork—typically in the oven. So, turn the flavor up on your sausages, ground pork or country-style ribs—or bake up some breaded chops just like Mom used to.

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#5 Braising

Braising your pork hot-seals in flavor and makes chops and stir fry dishes a true family pleaser. Complete instructions here.

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#4 Sautéing

A little spice, a hot pan and a little time brings out tons of flavor. Complete instructions here.

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#3 Roasting

Roasting is one of the most versatile methods to cook pork. It involves oven cooking in an uncovered pan with no added liquid and it won’t take long to find a recipe that caters to your particular flavor. Complete instructions here.

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#2 Grilling

Grilling means cooking pork over direct heat on an electric, gas or charcoal grill. With marinades, rubs, shish kabob, chops, loins—the possibilities on the grill are literally endless. Complete instructions here.

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#1 Barbecuing

This slow-cooking method takes place on an open pit or spit that ends in flavorful fun. You can BBQ on the grill by placing meat away from the heat source. Complete instructions here.

 

Source: porkbeinspired.com