The holidays are around the corner and Latino families are thinking how to make their celebrations even more memorable and flavorful this year. To add more dazzle to staple pork dishes, the National Pork Board has launched the second part of its multimedia series “Sabrosos Momentos con Chef Lorena Garcia” (Flavor-Filled Moments with Chef Lorena Garcia) on its Spanish-language website PorkTeInspira.com with four festive pork-inspired video recipes for the holidays.
The “Tamales de Cerdo”, or Pork Tamales, is a traditional meal served during the holiday season. This nutritious dish is great because you can make a large batch for an exciting upcoming family gathering.
Ingredients: pork loin roast, chili peppers, chicken broth, corn flour, baking powder, chili powder, butter, salt, dark brown sugar, cumin powder, red pepper powder, ground black pepper and canola oil.
Nothing says Christmas like a traditional recipe that brings the family closer together in a flavor-filled celebration of aromas, textures and ingredients. Ingredients: pork loin roast, oranges, garlic, chipotle chilies, corn oil, salt, adobo powder and sour oranges.
Ingredients: pork loin roast, oranges, garlic, chipotle chilies, corn oil, salt, adobo powder and sour oranges.
Fresh Pork Leg Stuffed with Jalapeño and Chorizo
It’s one of the simplest and delicious recipes you will find to celebrate the holidays with family and friends! It can be prepared with just a few ingredients, and best of all, it’s very affordable.
Ingredients: fresh pork leg, jalapeño chilies, chorizo, garlic, onion, salt and black pepper.
Tostadas with Shredded Pork Meat, Cabbage salad and Chipotle CreamThis is a delicious recipe packed with nutritional ingredients that will give your guests a boost of energy. It’s the perfect meal for any occasion – whether as an appetizer or as a snack when hunger strikes.
Ingredients: Shredded pork meat, lemons, canola oil, shredded cabbage, red onion, cilantro, chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, soft corn tortillas, tomatoes and salt.
Photos & Recipe Credits: PorkTeInspira.com | Lorena Garcia