Pork & Poultry Cooking Tips
Pork tenderloin makes an elegant entrée for a small dinner party but can also be roasted or grilled whole for a quick weeknight dinner. It has a mild flavor, so it’s best when prepared with an added spice rub, marinade, stuffing or flavorful sauce. Available in Peppercorn, Teriyaki, or Original Marinades.
MARINATED PORK LOIN FILET
Marinated tenderloin maximizes flavor and preserves juiciness. To keep the tenderloin moist, be sure not to overcook it by taking loin off the heat when it reaches 145 degrees.
BONELESS CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS
These chops are high-quality, flavorful cuts of meat. While grilling may be the most popular method for cooking this particular chop, baking them can help prevent the meat from drying out in the process.
ASSORTED PORK CHOPS
The most popular cuts from the pork loin, pork chops are delicious and full of flavor. Best methods for cooking are braising, sautéing and grilling. The length of cooking primarily depends on the thickness
of the chop.
Great for the grill, oven or stove top. Add marinara sauce or just pan fry with a little olive oil.
Roll in Italian bread crumbs and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes for a quick, healthy dinner. Drumsticks should be cooked to 165 degrees.
Toss in your slow cooker in the morning with a can of chicken broth and diced carrots, potatoes and celery.
FRESH CHICKEN TENDERLOINS
For a quick meal, roll tenderloins in flour, egg and a mixture of Italian bread crumbs and parmesan cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Chicken tenderloins should be cooked to 165 degrees. These baked tenderloins can then be enjoyed with ranch dressing as a dip.
FRESH CHICKEN LEG QUARTERS
Place on a baking pan skin side up, brush with vegetable oil and season for an easy budget- friendly meal. For extra flavor, place a butter pat with garlic under the skin. Cook to a temperature of 165 degrees.
FRESH GROUND TURKEY
Replace the typical beef in your chili recipe with ground turkey. A simple twist on a family favorite!