Are you looking for these 19 Ground Pork Recipes because you caught an unbeatable deal at the grocery store? Or are you looking for creative new ways to enjoy the divine swine?
Either way, you’re in for a tasty ride!
Doubtful? Well, not for long! You’ll find a Bisquick Sausage Balls recipe, Egg Roll In A Bowl, Wonton Nachos, and many more delicious ideas. It’s just not kosher to have this much porky goodness in one spot. So, are you ready to discover?
Let’s dive in!
Bonus time! If you love this ground meat recipes list, you’ll live for these ground beef recipes, ground chicken recipes, and these ground lamb recipes.
Bisquick Sausage Balls
Ashlynn is the Belle of The Kitchen whipping up deliciousness like this three-ingredient Bisquick Sausage Balls recipe. All you need is breakfast sausage full of seasoned porky goodness, Bisquick mix, and shredded cheese. They make for a fantastic unctuous holiday snacking and breakfast option. Simply mix, form into balls, and bake for bite-sized cheesy eating.
Ground Pork Fried Rice
If you ever relocate to a place absent a decent Chinese restaurant, you’ll have to rely on yummy ideas like this Ground Pork Fried Rice recipe by Katie of Sugar and Snap Peas. So obviously, you’ll need white rice and minced meat. But your trip to tasty land comes by way of that sauce-a spectacular mix of soy sauce, hot sauce, ginger, garlic, and sesame oil.
Glass Noodle Soup
The Honest Spoonful is a wonderful place for those seeking AIP (auto-immune protocol), allergy, and paleo-friendly recipes. So not only is this Glass Noodle Soup flavorful with Asian-inspired ingredients, it can be an essential dish for those on restricted diets.
But no matter your diet, you’ll slurp this one away. Here’s why. Delicate glass noodles swim in a slurpable broth of fish sauce, cinnamon, and chicken broth. And as for the ground pork, you flavor it with molasses, cloves, and garlic.
Romanian Stuffed Peppers
These Ardei Umpluti (Romanian Stuffed Peppers) from Mar of Time For Delish are a mainstay in the Eastern European country. They are sweet yellow Hungarian peppers loaded with a mix of ground pork, rice, onions, tomatoes, and herbs. What’s more? They are so full of flavor the pictures don’t even begin to do them justice.
Sausage Stuffed Sweet Mini Peppers
Jam-packed with the flavor of cream cheese, chives, garlic, red pepper, parmesan, and porky goodness, these Sausage Stuffed Sweet Mini Peppers are what you need for your appetizer table. They take about 30 minutes to make and are sure to be the highlight of your next get-together.
Egg Roll In A Bowl
This Egg Roll In A Bowl recipe from Simply Stacie lets you have all the essence of an egg roll but without the mess and excess calories of the traditional Chinese restaurant treat. As for that flavor, it’s present with soy sauce, hoisin sauce, ginger, and sesame oil. But it gets better. As it’s a slow cooker recipe, it couldn’t be easier to make.
Meatballs without Breadcrumbs or Eggs
This Meatballs without Breadcrumbs or Eggs from Always Use Butter is a delicious way to make juicy, mouthwatering, and flavorful meatballs without the two key ingredients listed in the title. Don’t worry, they’re still zesty with Worcestershire sauce, onion, and cream, but you’ll learn about an alternative binder you never considered.
Slow Cooker Zuppa Toscana
If you love easy Italian soups, look no further than this Slow Cooker Zuppa Toscana by The Magical Slow Cooker. It’s a cozy cool-weather meal filled with potatoes, sausage, kale, bacon, and onions. Yum! And at 25 minutes, prep time is minimal, although you’ll need to put it in the crockpot for about seven hours.
When your taste buds get that specific Asian-inspired flavor craving, turn to these easy Wonton Nachos from Lori of Foxes Love Lemons. First, you make the wontons crispy with a shallow fry. Then stack on a mountain of toppings like pickled cucumbers and fish sauce-flavored ground pork (you’ll want to eat by the spoonful). It’s an ideal weeknight meal taking less than an hour to make.
Easy Dirty Rice Recipe
This Easy Dirty Rice Recipe from Jessica of The Forked Spoon isn’t just second-helping worthy. It’s rice jazzed up with ground pork, onion, celery, garlic, bacon, green onions, and Cajun seasoning. And it’s a delicious way to transport you to the Creole State. But fortunately, no plane ticket is necessary as it takes just 20 minutes to prepare and 40 minutes to cook.
Smoked Bacon Explosion
Put money on it! This Smoked Bacon Explosion recipe from Cooking With Carlee will become a new favorite. It’s absolutely dripping with pork deliciousness. But what is a bacon explosion? Well, it’s a meat log made of sausage and ground pork wrapped in a crispy basket weave of bacon. Finally, smear it with your favorite bbq sauce and enjoy bite after bite of heaven. Our prediction; try it once, and you’ll keep it in your rotation.
The Ultimate Pork Burger
There’s no way The Ultimate Pork Burger won’t impress your friends and family at your next cookout or bbq. It was inspired by “Le Pig Mac,” a favorite of the Cochon Butcher in New Orleans. So here’s what it is: a burger made with pork instead of beef, cooked to perfection, and capped with lettuce, onion, American cheese, dill pickles, and special sauce.
Easy San Choy Bow
No ground pork recipe list would be complete without Easy San Choy Bow. Not familiar? Well, surely you know them better by their more popular name; lettuce wraps. For this interpretation from Mad Creations Hub, season the minced pork with sesame oil, soy sauce, Chinese five-spice, onions, lime, garlic, and ginger and serve it in the lettuce leaves.
Pork and Chive Dumplings
This Pork and Chive Dumplings recipe by Wok Your World is so hypnotizingly delicious that you’ll find it difficult to stop eating them. It starts with a juicy pork filling wrapped in a light wonton. Then you pan-fry or steam them and serve them with a magical sauce for snacking you won’t want to end.
Mexican Stuffed Sweet Potato
Mexican Stuffed Sweet Potatoes from the Foodolic is an excellent way to enjoy the orange tuber. So here’s how it goes. First, you season ground pork with garlic, chile chipotle, yellow onion, and taco mix (with a special ingredient that keeps the meat from getting dry). Then stuff it inside those magical sweet potatoes and top it with sour cream for a nutrient-dense lunch or dinner to remember.
Vietnamese Meat Pies
You’ll make these Bánh Patê Sô or Vietnamese Meat Pies from Savory Sweet Spoon for breakfast, lunch, or snacking while binging on your favorite dating show (I know that’s not just us). But just what are they? They’re light and airy puff pastries stuffed with seasoned ground pork, onions, and mushrooms and only take about 20 minutes to prep before baking.
Cumberland Sausage Recipe
While Christina’s Cucina has no favorite sausage brand, she loves dry-cured Italian and British sausages like this Cumberland Sausage Recipe. Here, the talented Italian food-focused blogger shows you how to make sausage from home using cuts of pork shoulder, pork belly, and seasonings. However fun, you should know that special equipment, a meat grinder, and sausage stuffing attachment are needed.
Ragù alla Bolognese
Jack Slobodian informs us that a traditional Ragu alla Bolognese sauce must contain onions, celery, carrots, pancetta, ground beef, tomatoes, milk, and white wine. So as you can guess, this delicious meat sauce has all of that and more (ground pork). It takes just 15 minutes to prep, while cooking time takes an additional two hours to fully develop those deep flavors.
Meat Lovers Biscuits and Gravy
Meat Lover’s Biscuits and Gravy is a fundamental Southern breakfast dish, often executed poorly and served as an afterthought at hotel breakfast bars. But Mary, The Goodie Godmother, shows you how to do it right with her version. First, it’s a creamy sauce thickened with flour and jam-packed with piquant ground pork breakfast sausage. Then finally, serve it over fluffy homemade buttermilk biscuits.
Which Ground Pork Recipes Will You Try First?
So by now, you’ve made it through our carefully curated catalog of porky goodness, aka ground pork recipes. You’ve seen a magnetically attractive Wonton Nachos recipe, Cumberland Sausage recipe, Vietnamese Meat Pies, and more. So, now for the hard part. Which will you make first? We’d love to know!
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