What would you say if I told you that today’s recipe will require you to dig a big hole in your back yard, fill it with wood and lava rocks, cover it with dirt and banana leaves, and wait for 16 hours until it is thoroughly cooked? You’d say I’m bonkers, right? Well luckily this Instant Pot Kalua Pork requires none of those things!…
While I was on Whole 30 I spent a lot of time perusing cookbooks looking for fun recipes that could be adjusted to make them “safe” to eat…no sugar, gluten, dairy, etc. I must have been craving Mexican food that day because I grabbed my copy of Pati’s Mexican Table and was instantly mesmerized by her Shredded Pork in Acho-Orange Sauce. I was also on an Instant Pot® kick and decided to recreate the recipe and turn it into Instant Pot Ancho-Orange Pulled Pork……..
I have to tell you guys, I am having a blast with my Instant Pot®! So far I have managed to not screw anything up, LOL. My latest creation is these super delicious, Instant Pot Pork Carnitas…and you are going to love them…seriously, you will. The recipe is naturally Whole 30 and Paleo, so they are healthy too……..
Holiday party season is here, and the big game is right around the corner. You know what that means, right? Party Food!! My Puff Pastry Sausage Rolls have been blowing up pinterest since the day I posted them, so I decided to give them a makeover of sorts. More kick and a fun creamy sauce equals – Puff Pastry Chorizo Rolls with a Creamy Cilantro Lime Dipping Sauce……..
Have you purchased an Instant Pot® yet? If not, I will link you to an alternate method to prepare these Instant Pot Barbecue Ribs, it will just take a bit longer. I mentioned last week that my kitchen is torn apart and I am without electrical outlets at the moment, so I am coming up with some creative meals……..
The temperatures are finally dropping here in Arizona, and that means I can finally turn on the oven again!! And what should I make first? Pizza, I need pizza….I need a Sausage and Kale Pizza! A fresh and delicious pizza topped with Italian sausage, chopped kale, and fresh mozzarella to be exact……..
Is it just me, or does pork seem like a fall/winter type meal? Bacon and ribs are normally served year round, but chops and tenderloin seem to be make more sense in the fall. Maybe it’s because we tend to serve apple sauce with our pork chops, or I’m just completely delusional and not making any sense right now, lol. I guarantee that your family will enjoy this Pecan-Crusted Pork Tenderloin anytime of the year……..
Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Smithfield® Marinated Fresh Pork. The opinions and text are all mine.
The fall season is upon us again, which means soccer games, band practices, and countless other extra-curricular activities. After you are done playing chauffeur and transporting everyone home for the evening, someone asks that dreaded question: “What’s for dinner?” My response is usually “YES,” meaning I have no clue……..