Pork loins are the blank canvas of meats. You can go just about any direction with this tender, juicy cut of meat from the back of the hog. No matter the spice or rub, pork embraces it all for a relishing flavor.
These grilled pork loin recipes cook well for crowds and families of fussy eaters. Keep it simple with a classic smoked pork loin. Get creative with apples and sauerkraut. Or double your pig intake with bacon-stuff loins and bacon-pork pinwheels.
No matter how you prep it or eat it—go grab a slab from the butcher and get smokin’.
This ain't yo typical pork loin. Take your BBQ southwest for an Ancho chili twist.
Double your pork intake with a juicy pork loin stuffed with crispy bacon, and a helping of asparagus, walnuts, and parmesan.
Tender pork loin is braised in a flavorful medley of sweet, sour, & beer.
Ask your butcher to "french" the bones (clean them of meat and gristle) and remove the chine bone for easier carving. A bone-in pork loin roast can be fall-off-the-bone tender when brined and roasted with sweet brown sugar and apple cider.
Celebrate Oktoberfest by Traegering a meal inspired by Bavaria. Serve this succulent pork roast with potato cakes and roasted, cinnamon-dusted apple wedges. Just add apple cider, Hef, or a bock on the side.
You can add mango salsa to just about anything to make it better. This fruity twist on a classic pork loin recipe will keep the whole family happy.
Make every day Pork Appreciation Day with these savory pork loin bacon roll-ups.
It's Oktoberfest season, celebrate with a cold beer and some applewood schnitzel. These breaded cutlets are packed with perfect flavor, baked over apple hardwood and topped with grilled citrus.
Smother your chops for a saucy bite. Fried pork chops and smothered in scratch-made gravy and baked to wood-fired perfection for an enticingly simple dish.
An aromatic brine gives this roast a citrus kick. Topped with a sweet fig mostarda and roasted over sweet applewood, this elevated take on pork is a surefire crowd pleaser.
Add juicy, wood-fired pork chops to your next smoke session. Bone-in pork chops are put in a sweet and savory brine bath before getting smoked low and slow over mesquite. Finish them off on high heat for one memorable meal.
Pork loin is a delicious cut from the back of the hog. Forget store-bought, it's loaded with preservatives. Grab a fresh, tender slab from the butcher so you can give it a rub down with the most savory of our Traeger rubs.
These cuts have got some serious chops. Blackened Saskatchewan Rub, a little salt and pepper, and some hickory wood-fired flavor take these pork chops to the top.
These thick-cut pork chops are surprisingly simple to make, but pack complex flavor into each and every bite. Your weeknight dinner just got an upgrade.
Pig out on these pork chop–they're baked, then seared for a juicy, tender finish.
Put your cooking chops into overdrive with our reverse-seared pork chops. These meaty, bone-in chops get the famous Traeger reverse-sear for serious smokin’ flavor.
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