Pork and rice recipe dishes are eaten both freshly cooked and preserved; curing extends the shelf life of pork products. We have chosen 16 dishes that are loved and cooked around the world from the Middle East to to Asia and to the Americas
Pork can be eaten right after it is cooked or it can be kept for a long time by curing. Preserved pork includes things like ham, gammon, bacon, and sausage. Charcuterie is the part of cooking that deals with ready-made meat products, most of which are made from pork.
In the West, pork is the most popular meat, especially in Central Europe. East and Southeast Asia are also big fans of it (Mainland Southeast Asia, Philippines, Singapore, and East Timor). The meat is very popular in Asian cooking, especially in Mainland China, because of how much fat it has and how it tastes.
16 Super Easy Pork and Rice Recipe Favorites
Today I am going to share a budget-friendly and super easy-to-make Ginger Minced Pork and Rice recipe. It’s my go-to dish for making a quick weeknight meal without compromising on taste.
For main ingredients, we’ll need ground pork, ginger, scallion and rice. The actual making of this dish is incredibly easy.
Let me walk you through it. First, I cooked the ground pork and grated ginger in a large skillet over medium-high heat until the pork has browned.
Ginger Minced Pork Rice Bowl-1To season, I used sugar, rice cooking wine and soy sauce. What I normally do is I’d whisk all the seasoning sauces in a small container to set aside before I start cooking.
It’s helps to save time and avoid the pork to be overcooked.
I created this recipe upon returning home from traveling. With little food in the house, I used what was there.
My husband loves this dish because it’s tasty, and I love it because it’s easy.
We both love the flavors and heat of a good Cajun pork and rice recipe.
Whip up this pork and rice recipe for those nights when you need a hearty and satisfying meal with minimal effort!
The meat stays tender and juicy — not dry or tough — while the rice absorbs the rich flavor of the pork drippings as the ingredients cook together in one pan.
If you’re wondering what to make with those pork chops and white rice in your kitchen, this is the recipe for you.
Dinnertime doesn’t get much easier!
The pork and rice recipe first originated in China during the Sui Dynasty and has become a popular stir-fried dish in many different countries and across cultures.
In its simplest terms, fried rice is exactly what its name implies: cooked rice that’s reheated with oil.
Today, there are thousands of recipes and countless restaurant variations, regional specialties, and new twists on the old classics.
This version of pork fried rice is our go-to when we want to use ground pork.
Ninja Foodi pork chops and rice one pot meal is the best pressure cooker pork dinner we’ve made yet!
Tender meat and tender rice ready in no time.
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This pork and rice recipe is creamy, cheesy, and filled with plump pork, tender rice, and loads of veggies!
It pairs well with my Homemade Rolls and a simple garden salad.
This quick pork chop recipe with cheesy rice is a family-friendly, kid-approved dinner.
We’re using a boneless pork chop for this easy pork and rice recipe.
If you know me, you know that I LOVE quick and easy One Skillet dinners like this one.
This One-Pan pork and rice recipe is loaded with tender rice, black eyed peas and cajun pork chops.
Packed with pantry staples, this is a quick and easy pork and rice recipe perfect for busy nights!
I love being able to get a hearty dinner on the table quickly with no tricky ingredients and minimal clean up.
This One Pan Pork Chop recipe fits the bill perfectly!
This cast iron skillet pork chops and rice recipe features tender pork chops and flavorful rice, and it’s studded with black eyed peas, tomatoes, bell pepper, and onion.
It had been a while since we ordered Chinese, and as I sat reading the menu, I started craving everything.
I love Asian food. All of it. It’s just so tasty.
I ended up ordering some vegetarian sushi, but decided I would try to recreate some of the other options at home.
And that is what I have done here with this pork and rice recipe.
Honey is such a fabulous ingredient. It works with pretty much everything, including pork and garlic.
So, I decided to make a honey garlic sauce to serve over pork. It was a great decision.
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Slow cooker pork chops and rice with cheese is a great dinner, is budget-friendly, and is one of the easiest meals to make.
The pork and rice recipe is a great way to jazz up pork chops and create a filling, hearty, and nutritious meal for the family.
We love pork chops around here, and I especially love cooking dinner in the slow cooker.
The pork and rice recipe combinations are the perfect examples of how to prep an easy meal for the family without spending a bunch of time in the kitchen.
Sticky-sweet pork and rice recipe, juicy pineapple, fresh herbs, jalapeño, and crispy onions all served over a bed of fluffy coconut rice.
SO GOOD! Nothing quite beats the sweet, tangy pop of fresh pineapple, really with anything…but it’s such a special flavor alongside pork in particular.
It’s a sweet-salty pork and rice recipe that cannot be beat! And when you grill or sear the pineapple and all those natural sugars start caramelizing and turn into the most delicious sticky-saucy-sweet situation?
HELLO WHAT A DREAM.
Fiesta Pork Chops and Rice all baked together in one pan – dinner can not get any easier than this pork and rice recipe!
This dish is flavorful and comes together in a matter of minutes, making it a perfect pork chop recipe in our book.
This Fiesta Pork Chops and Rice Bake Recipe is a One-pan dish.
I love throwing everything in one big dish and dinner is done!
Spicy pork bulgogi rice bowl is an easy and delicious meal made with Korea’s signature spicy pork BBQ stir fry and hot steamed rice.
The BBQ pork is coated with addictively spicy sauce and it is sure to please anyone who loves spicy food.
My husband’s obsession about Korean spicy pork BBQ is no secret. (I’ve mentioned it here and there on my blog over the years.)
Long story short, this is a pork and rice recipe he used to get almost every single night when he was an ESL teacher in Korea.
And his habit and obsession for this pork and rice recipe didn’t die down when he came back to Australia.
So much flavor in your plate-try this sticky caramelized pork and rice recipe and you will enjoy every bite of it,i promise!
What can i say about the most delicious pork i ever tried?
A perfect balance of salt from soy sauce and brown sugar gives this dish an incredible taste!
And when you simmer it for a while, it gives it that caramel effect, so beloved by everyone.
This juicy mojo pulled pork and rice recipe is about to rock your world!
It’s quick and easy to make in the Instant Pot or slow cooker (instructions below) and marinated in super tasty mojo seasonings and citrus.
In Cuba, lechon Asado (roast pork) is marinated in mojo, a citrus-herb sauce.
In this Instant-Pot pork recipe, the pressure cooker infuses similar flavor into pork shoulder.
Lean, tender pork with spicy rice and lots of veggies – what more could you want?
This is a scrumptiously simple family supper with big flavors that fulfils your needs.
Only problem is stopping yourself eating too much of it!
Choose a wide-based pan with a lid for this all-in-one spicy pork and rice recipe. .
This One Skillet Mediterranean Pork and Rice is a delicious meal the whole family will love.
It’s easy and quick – only 30 minutes and one pan meal.
I whipped up this One Skillet Mediterranean Pork and Rice recipe earlier this week and I have to say, it was amazing!
The best part is, it took about 30 minutes to make, ensuring that I was able to deliver real flavor real fast even with my crazy, busy schedule.
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