Main Course Recipes

Japanese Pork Curry Udon Noodles

Japanese curry is milder than Indian curries, with a comforting warm flavor accented by dashi and tamari. Our recipe is fast and easy, poured over delicious udon noodles.

Chile Crisp Basil Chicken Noodles

These spicy noodles are so delicious and easy to make, especially when using a fresh roasted Market Kitchen chicken and plenty of chile crisp to flavor it all.

Pacific NW Seafood Stew

This amazing Pacific seafood stew tastes fantastic and can easily be varied with fresh, local fish options. We recommend a blend of clams, mussels, crab, and cod here, which you can easily adjust to your taste. Finish with a deeply flavorful lemon aioli and some toasty garlic bread for an incredibly delicious meal.

Citrus and Fennel Sheet Pan Salmon

Salmon and citrus pair perfectly with roasted fennel in this fast one-pan recipe. Serve with a mixed green salad for a beautiful dinner. For some added flavor, sprinkle with Castelvetrano olives and capers just before serving, if desired. And don’t forget to pour a glass of Oregon vino to complete this warm winter meal.

Citrus Cilantro Chicken

This tasty citrus chicken recipe pops with orange and lemon and couldn’t be easier to make. Simply add all ingredients to a blender or processor for the marinade and pour it over chicken pieces (wings and legs are especially fast!).

Almond Cashew Sauce Noodles

This easy and tasty vegan dish comes together quickly. Serve with your choice of protein and seasonal vegetables, like tofu, shiitake mushrooms and rainbow chard. In summer, these noodles taste great chilled.

Sibeiho: Sambal Salmon

Marinated first, then broiled on high for a crispy skin-finish, this salmon is lip-smacking delicious. The marinade combines honey, soy sauce and Sibeiho OMG! Sambal. Yum!

Oregon Pulled Pork Nachos

Carlton Farms slow-roasted pulled pork shredded over Salsas Locas chips, topped with Oregon cheeses, salsa and sour cream is a sure-fire way to score big on game day. Leftover pork – in the rare case that happens – makes excellent tacos and quesadillas.

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