Pork & Roasted Vegetables Kabobs
We have all heard of the “other white meat,” haven’t we? Pork. Of course, we have. But did you know pork is one of the easiest meats to prepare? But check this out, because I can do you one even better.
Tonight I was in a rush and, to be honest, I dropped the mommy ball, and what we were going to have for dinner tonight was anybodies guess.
But half of the problem is already solved, since tonight I selected the Smithfield® Garlic & Herb Marinated Pork from the meats section at my local Kroger grocery store. And for a limited time, you can download a coupon to use as well!
Do you ever just walk into a store and make your dinner menu as you shop?
Okay, I got the pork, what’s next? What’s it going to be? Alright, let’s grab some veggies. I grab some of my kid’s favorite veggies, fresh sweet corn on the cob, red and Yukon potatoes, onions and some baby Portabella mushrooms.
Okay, okay I got this. I know what I’m making tonight. Kabobs. They’re quick, easy to make, and the boys love them. We all do. I’ll grab additional veggies from our home garden. Yes, it is early October, and our garden is still providing us with lots of peppers, summer squash, and zucchini. And with the pork, my dinner menu for tonight is complete. And since this particular pork is already marinated, we don’t have to add seasoning! So, that means all I have to do is cook it.
I decided to sear the pork all over and finish it in the oven, following the easy to follow directions on the package. Bata Bing and bata boom! And dinner is served.
Next time you’re coming up with nada for dinner ideas remember the “other white meat”, and keep the Smithfield® Marinated Pork selections on your “what’s for dinner” radar. And remember, Smithfield® Marinated Pork is perfect any night!
Cooks in minutes disappears in seconds!
Here’s the recipe for the Smithfield® Garlic & Herb Marinated Pork Kabob with Vegetables
- 1 Smithfield® Garlic & Herb Marinated Pork, cooked and sliced
- 3 – 4 Yukon Gold potatoes quartered and roasted
- 3 – 4 New or Red potatoes, quartered and roasted
- 4 – 6 young large onions, roasted whole
- 2 – 3 sweet corn on the cob. cooked and cut into 2″ chunks
- 4 – 6 baby Portabella mushrooms
- 2 Anaheim peppers, cut into large pieces and roasted
- 2 small summer squash, cut into large chunks and roasted
- olive oil, drizzle
- Prepare Smithfield® Garlic & Herb Marinated Pork according to package directions
- Char peppers, corn, mushrooms and summer squash on the stove top using a large skillet, drizzle with oil olive
- Roast all potatoes and onions in large oven safe skillet at 350 degrees for 25 minutes or until the tines of a fork can pass easily through potatoes.
- When pork and veggies have finished cooking, assemble pork and veggies on a kabob skewer.
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