Pork's versatility and balanced flavor profile makes it the perfect match for intensely flavorful dishes. You can substitute this ground meat into your ricotta-stuffed meatball recipe.
If you have an affinity for spicy and exotic flavors, try preparing it like larb, a Lao salad made popular in the US by way of Thai restaurants. For a dinner, that's fresh yet satisfying, pan-cook ground pork with fresh chilies, shallots, lime juice and fish sauce, then serve the mixture with lettuce leaves, steamed rice and fresh cilantro and mint. Ground Pork 90% Lean 10% Fat.
Country of Origin: United States of America