Try our handpicked collection of 15 best Pork Neck Recipes! We have recipes from every culture, from sticky Asian-inspired glazes to spicy and delicious Indian vindaloo!
What is Pork Neck?
Pork neck, or pork collar or pork neck fillet, is a cut of meat from the pig's neck. It's well-marbled with fat, making it tender, juicy, and flavorful.
The neck is ideal for grilling or searing if cut into steak size.
The whole pork neck is better suited for slow-cooking methods like braising, roasting, or in the slow cooker.
This Thai-style grilled pork neck is delicious and super quick to make! Serve it with sticky rice and Thai chili dipping sauce for a satisfying meal.
It couldn't be any easier to make. Simply marinate the meat, grill it until brown and smoky on the outside, then serve with steamed or sticky rice, fresh veggies, and Thai chili dipping sauce!
You'll love how easy it is to get an authentic taste out of this dish!
This is a quick and easy dinner or decadent dessert for any occasion!
This recipe takes about two and a half hours and features tender, flavorful pork bathed in a sweet and savory sauce made from brown sugar, Shaoxing, oyster sauce, and Chinese five-spice.
Serve this mouthwatering dish with warm rice to impress all your friends and family!
Try this savory pork and apple 'stroganoff' with hot dog onions! This dish takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes to make.
Begin by caramelizing onions with rosemary, brown pork, mushrooms, and apples until golden. Add flour, wine, and stock, then braise for 1 hour until the meat is soft and tender.
Finish the dish with mustard, crème fraîche, black pepper, and lemon juice! You'll love the creamy, rich, and tart flavors that make this one of our favorite pork neck recipes.
Learn how to sear pork neck chops on the stovetop and tips on making the best marinade for pork chops! Ready in just 15 minutes.
Simply marinate the meat in olive oil, garlic, cumin, and a hint of beer. Sear for 3-4 minutes per side until they reach 145°F and are brown and crisp on the outside.
Serve them with roasted veggies, crispy potatoes, fresh salads, or even fried jalapenos for a flavorful meal!
Try this easy, baked pork collar with potatoes, ready in 90 minutes!
Pork collar is a highly underrated piece of meat, but this recipe does it justice! The meat comes out juicy, succulent, and tender.
To prepare, marinate the meat with spices, olive oil, and mustard, then roast it in the oven on top of a bed of onions.
Add carrots and small potatoes seasoned with olive oil, salt, and pepper to make it more nutritious and filling.
Enjoy a quick and satisfying meal with crunchy pork neck steaks, herbed crème fraîche, and a fresh green salad; it's ideal for lunch or dinner and only takes 30 minutes!
Make the herbed crème fraîche by blending crème fraîche with mint, basil, chives, lemon juice, salt, and pepper.
Coat the steaks in flour, garlic powder, salt, and pepper, then egg and Panko crumbs. Fry until golden, then finish in the oven.
The salad combines cucumber, green apple matchsticks, sugar snap peas, spring onions, chives, and pea shoots with olive oil and lemon juice.
Enjoy this Australian roasted pork neck with onions and green peppercorns! It features a flavorful braised meat with crisply cracklings on top.
The braising sauce is rich and creamy and pairs wonderfully with a bitter-leaf salad and mashed potatoes.
This dish will impress your family and friends. It's definitely a weekend project, so save it for a special occasion.
Try this pork neck fillet steak recipe with a herby and zesty marinade! This quick and easy recipe yields juicy and flavorful meat in just 20 minutes.
Begin by seasoning both sides of the pork steaks with olive oil, garlic, sage, sea salt, black pepper, and lemon zest. Cook them for 8 minutes on a hot griddle or frying pan, turning every minute for even cooking.
Finish by squeezing lemon juice over the steaks and allowing them to rest for a minute before serving. They taste delicious with roasted potatoes, green salad, and hot chili sauce!
This Pork Collar with Hazelnut Cream and Sherry Gel is a recipe by renowned chef Alexander Herrmann. It's a delectable pork dish featuring hazelnuts, sherry, pickled peas, morels, and lardo.
If you're interested in fine dining, this recipe is for you!
This roast is the perfect centerpiece for your holiday gatherings, thanks to the tasty honey-harissa glaze, which adds a sweet and spicy kick.
This moderately difficult recipe takes about 2 hours and 20 minutes to complete, resulting in a succulent roast with a delicious marinade.
Serve with charred pumpkin, and drizzle it with tahini sauce, toasted hazelnuts, pomegranate arils, and fresh mint.
This slow-cooked pork roast is a great way to use pork collar! It's slow-cooked for several hours, resulting in tender, melt-in-your-mouth meat.
Begin by browning the pork in olive oil, then simmer it with leeks, fennel seeds, and apple cider in the oven.
Add potatoes and cabbage to the mix, finishing with a touch of creme fraiche and parsley for a creamy and herby twist.
Once the pork is tender, cut it into slices and serve alongside the seasoned potatoes and cabbage for a hearty, comforting meal!
This is one of the most flavorful and spiciest pork neck recipes on this list. It's made with pork steaks in a flavorful curry that you can make as mild or hot as you like.
Start by toasting red chilies, black mustard seeds, and cumin seeds until fragrant, then blend them with garlic, ginger, and other aromatics to create a flavorful paste—Marinate the steaks in this paste for at least an hour.
In a large pot, sauté onions and cinnamon, add the pork to brown, pour in chicken stock, tamarind paste, curry leaves, and whole green chilies, and simmer until the pork is tender. Voila!
You're going to love this grilled pork neck with vermicelli noodles! It features pork meat marinated in a sweet and savory blend of sugar, fish sauce, honey, and black pepper, then charred until smoky goodness.
Serve it over rice vermicelli noodles with fresh herbs, cucumber, and bean sprouts, and drizzle with your favorite fish sauce.
You can also add fried shallots and crushed peanuts for extra texture and flavor.
Try this charcoal glazed pork neck with fragrant baked vegetables and a laver sauce. But be warned, this recipe takes almost 12 hours to make.
The result is a succulent meat with a sticky, blackened crust from the apple juice, vincotto, and aged balsamic vinegar glaze.
This dish is a stunning combination of flavors and textures that enthusiastic home cooks can replicate.
This recipe features tender pork collar steaks seared to perfection and baked with a sweet and tangy clementine, honey, and marmalade sauce.
It takes about one hour to make but couldn't be easier! Simply grill the steaks, then bake with them clementine juice, honey, marmalade, dried sage, and pepper.
Serve with al dente Chinese noodles and wilted tatsoi leaves for a cozy dinner!
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