If you're a fan of sweet and savory, then you'll love these 10 delicious dishes that combine meat with fresh fruit. Whether you like fish, chicken, or pork, there's something for everyone on this list. We've rounded up our 10 favorite recipes, check them out below!
Spice Rubbed Pork Crown Roast With Fruit And Nut Stuffing
Pork is rubbed with a spice blend containing cayenne, cumin, and paprika, and filled with a sweet dried cherry, apricot, and nut stuffing.
Find the recipe at: Rhubarbians
Pan-Seared Pork Chops With Rosemary And Pears
These crisp on the outside, tender on the inside pork chops are served with roasted Bosc pears and rosemary gravy.
Find the recipe at: Country Living
Thai Pineapple Peanut Chicken Satay
These Thai-inspired chicken and pineapple skewers are marinated in coconut milk and glazed with a spicy and sweet peanut sauce.
Find the recipe at: Carlsbad Cravings
Roast Duck With Orange And Ginger
This roast duck is rubbed with a five spice blend, orange zest, and fresh ginger, and glazed with a sweet soy orange sauce.
Find the recipe at: NYT Cooking
Cranberry Pot Roast
Fresh cranberries, mushrooms, potatoes, and carrots roast together with beef in this hearty, winter dish.
Find the recipe at: Half Baked Harvest
This crispy roast chicken is glazed with a sweet and tart apricot glaze.
Find the recipe at: The Midnight Baker
Roasted Rack Of Lamb With Rhubarb Cherry Gastrique
Panko tarragon crusted lamb chops get a sweet and tart rhubarb and cherry sauce.
Find the recipe at: Spoon Fork Bacon
Apple Stuffed Chicken With Sweet Apple Glaze
These chicken breasts are stuffed with apples and covered in a sweet and savory rosemary apple glaze.
Find the recipe at: Gal On A Mission
Pomegranate And Fennel Glazed Rack Of Lamb
This roasted rack of lamb is coated in a sweet pomegranate molasses glaze.
Find the recipe at: Bon Appétit
Chili Lime Salmon With Avocado Mango Salsa
Creamy avocado and sweet mango add a refreshing taste to this chili coated pan seared salmon.
Find the recipe at: Lovely Little KitchenThis post was originally published on Nicko's Kitchen