7/31 | Pork Loin Pasta

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Who all has been wearing out their grill this summer? I know I have! It has been very loved this summer and I’m obsessed with Smithfield Pork and ribs. They’re great for the grill. My family really enjoys pasta, but they’ve had it the same ole way for years. Today on the blog I’m going to share with you how to use Smithfield Pork Loin Filet to create Pork Loin Pasta with only a few ingredients.

The first thing you need to do is head over to Walmart and pick up a Smithfield Pork Loin. These are already marinated, so this is going to save you a lot of time and hassle. Save $2.00 on any ONE (1) Smithfield® Marinated Fresh Pork Product” through this digital coupon offer.(While Supplies Last)

Now you may gather your other ingredients. You only need 3 different items to make these super yummy pasta! You need your Smithfield Pork Loin | Prego Traditional Pasta | Pasta Noodles

Now for my FAVORITE part! The grilling part. You’re going to want to follow the instructions on your packaging. For every pound, cook on medium heat for 30-40 minutes. You also have the option to cook in the oven, if easier. I do prefer the grill flavor.

Be sure to rotate accordingly. Isn’t it looking super yummy??

While you’re grilling your Smithfield Pork Loin, you will want to boil your noodles. Follow box instructions.

Now heat up your pasta sauce in another pot, while your noodles is boiling and your Smithfield Pork Loin is finishing grilling.

Once your Pork Loin is off the grill, you may sit it on a plate and take inside. You now will want to cut small pieces of the pork loin to add into the pasta. You could also use a food processor to get the process done quicker.

Now after you strain your noodles, add them in with your pasta sauce and add your pieces of pork loin into your mixture. You’re going to LOVE this unique flavor that the grilled pork and pasta offer. This was very quick and easy, but super yummy! Your family is going to love this pasta recipe and it is going to be different than the average pasta. You can also serve this with a slice of left over pork, if you prefer.

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