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Peachy Pork Picante

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Spicy meets sweet for a happy union in this quick stovetop dish. Everyone who tries this dish likes it, so try it! Serve with rice and beans, garnished with cilantro.


  • 1 pound boneless pork loin (cut into 3/4-inch cubes)
  • 2 tablespoons taco seasoning
  • 2 teaspoons vegetable oil
  • 8 ounces salsa (chunky style)
  • 1/3 cup peach preserves
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    1. Coat pork cubes with taco seasoning. Heat oil in large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat; add pork and cook to brown, stirring occasionally. Add salsa and preserves to pan, lower heat, cover and simmer for 15-20 minutes. Serve over rice, if desired.
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    Phillip B 5 days ago
    Came out amazing! I'll definitely make it again, but with medium or hot salsa instead.
    Janice K. 15 days ago
    delicious!!!! my kids enjoyed it , and asked for it to have chicken next time.
    loren a month ago
    loved it! easy and quick to make
    Brent Miller 8 months ago
    Amazing. Had to be a little different so used one peach and 8 oz of peach glaze but it turned out so amazing and will make again
    John A. 10 months ago
    tastes great, kids loved it. going to try it with rice next.
    Bryan Reese 10 months ago
    Needed more peach to balance dish, but great and easy
    Lee Worsham 10 months ago
    quick, easy, loved it over some Carolina gold rice!
    Robby a year ago
    Great, loved it. Served with Spanish rice and black beans and flour tortillas. Next time I will add some chipotle peppers for a little more spicy flavor.
    Lisa Fox a year ago
    Delicious! My family approved.
    McKenzie D a year ago
    It was only OK. Forgettable. Not a recipe we’ll make again.
    Jamaine a year ago
    It was delicious. Substituted peach for Apricot preserves. Was still amazing.
    KB a year ago
    The kids said it tasted Mexican but with an Asian twist. The dubbed it "MexAsian Chicken." We had it with steamed rice (some don't like cornbread) and also cornbread. It paired nicely with both
    Samantha Pratt a year ago
    Loved it! Made my own peach preserve and the combination really works, definitely would make again 😋
    gary a year ago
    very quick and yummy!!
    Jerri a year ago
    Quick and easy. Was very yummy
    melissa arnold a year ago
    Switched peach preserves for canned peaches and it was still very tasty.
    Rachele W. a year ago
    this was good meal and it was a hit with the kids and hubby
    Katie K 2 years ago
    Holy Moley! This is my new favourite meal! It was so easy to make and it's so tasty! I only used 1 tsp of the taco spice (I've got 2 toddlers) and made the rice with coconut cream. It was GLORIOUS! totally recommend!
    Angie 2 years ago
    Made it tonight for dinner and it turned out great. The kids love it. Will be making it again.
    ramona 2 years ago
    it turned out really good. did nit have the peach peserves so i used can peaches instead. poured thevjuice out and mashed the peaches up and added them with the salsa and was really good. will make again.
    Corinne H. 2 years ago
    This recipe is delicious! I made it exactly as written except that my husband snuck in a little garlic powder on the meat. I would definitely make this again.
    Van Duren 2 years ago
    Made this tonight. I followed the recipe exactly, except I doubled up on all the ingredients and added bell peppers i needed to use from my fridge. Those got chopped sautéed first and added in after removing from heat, to retain a slight crunch. Served with jasmine rice and steamed carrots. Family loved it!!! Definitely adding to our weeknight rotation!
    ASmith 3 years ago
    Added medium salsa for a tiny bit of heat with the sweetness Kiddos loved it