At-Home Cooking with Ground Pork
With more and more families eating at home, a growing trend inside the kitchen is ground pork. Of course, bacon has been a famous pork favorite for quite some time. But, there are also a variety of pork options that range from decadent and flavorful to lean and nutrient-rich. One of these options that continues to grow in popularity is ground pork.
Pork is consistently the number one protein enjoyed worldwide. But, when you think of pork, do you automatically turn to bacon or pork chops? We’re excited to say that as people are expanding their eating habits at home, they are also trying new types of proteins such as ground pork. It’s affordable, easy to make, and enjoyable to people of all ages.
The Benefits of Ground Pork & Recipes
Pork is an excellent source of protein and provides several key vitamins and minerals. It is also naturally low in sodium and rated as an excellent source of potassium.
Without a doubt, this protein is one of the most affordable options for the whole family. It goes a long way in a recipe and can be alternatively used in your favorite chilis, soups, or casseroles. Plus, it’s so easy to prepare! Simply brown the meat in a pan with your seasonings of choice.
With more time spent at home, our families are expanding their recipe catalog. This is why we are so excited to introduce you to these delicious recipes with ground pork as the main protein. Each recipe features a unique twist on the classics that can be enjoyed during the colder months, as a game day favorite, or as a healthy alternative. Enjoy!
Looking to spice up your chili recipe for game day? This Winter White Chili takes a new look at traditional chili using pork and a “white sauce.” Of course, it’s also full of hearty veggies and mouth-watering flavor!
This Asain inspired recipe is a one-pan dinner that is easily made in a few minutes. It’s packed with protein and tastes just like an egg roll without the wrapper.
The Egg Roll in a Bowl recipe also includes ingredients like cabbage, carrots, garlic, ginger, sesame oil, soy sauce, and green onions.
Perfect for game day or a fun family snack, these nachos give this standard snack recipe new life! You’ll cook the ground pork just as you would ground beef and then top with cheese, black olives, green onion, and salsa.
Blog, Healthy Eating | October 14th, 2020