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Thanksgiving Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)

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AJC Beef and Vege Casserole

Yummy warm winter food with plenty of flavour and veges.Submitted by 2NORTE

Orange Herb Pork Roast with Bourbon Sauce

This is absolutely fantastic. Made a huge batch for a Boxing Day party and they licked the sauce toureen. A bit of work, but great for that special occasion.Submitted by SHINEYK

BEEF & STIR FRIED PEPPERS

SIMPLE LIGHT DINNER YOU CAN SERVE IT OVER BROWN RICE IF YOU LIKE. & FEEL FREE TO ADD EXTRA SPICES IF YOU WANT A LITTLE EXTRA HEAT (the nutrition guide doesn't have the 2 sauces added into it I couldn't find them listed too add them)Submitted by JENNI92871

Sweet - Sour Sirloin

It's an unlikely cast of characters that make up this delicious, elegant steak supper - cranberries, maple syrup, bacon and wine meld into a delicious and surprisingly savoury sauce over simple pan-seared sirloin.Submitted by JO_JO_BA

Cabbage Rolls by TK25-57

Cabbage Rolls based on Mom's recipe (cabbage, ground beef and maybe some ground pork {optional}, rice, salt & pepper, sauerkraut, slow cooked in tomato juice).Submitted by TK25-57

Curry Pork Tenderloin with dried fruit

A juicy and tender fruity pork roast that takes no prep time and a comes out delish! Submitted by IRISLISE

Dressing (Stuffing)

My Mom's recipe has always been my favorite but I didn't want to have to abstain so I lightened it up by changing pork sausage meat to lean ground pork and eliminating the 1 cup of butter her recipe called for to be poured over (I used chicken stock instead and it worked just fine). The spices absolutely make this recipe delicious. You truly won't miss all the fat.Submitted by DANCEMOM1970

Stuffed and Baked Pumpkin

This is an awesome recipe, which I modified but did not invent. Credit goes to Helene Samuel from France via Dorie Greenspan. You can change this recipe in lots of fun ways, including substituting rice for bread or adding hearty greens, etc. This is similar to the classic version, but the pepper has been removed.Submitted by KATE937


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