This is a very flavorful dish that is elegant and delicious. Perfect for a formal dinner or a cold winters night. Plate up the chops over some warm buttered egg noodles for a fabulous presentation. A great way to ensure tender and moist chops is to soak them in a brine of 1 cup milk to 1/2 Tbs salt for at least 1 hour before using in a recipe.
You won't find these at the Aweful Waffle! The gravy will be a white, thick country style gravy. A great way to ensure tender and moist chops is to soak them in a brine of 1 cup milk to 1/2 Tbs salt for at least 1 hour before using in a recipe.
These are absolutely amazing! While home with the flu, I saw the chef from the Loveless Cafe in Tennessee on the Martha Stewart show. She made these pork chops on the show and they looked so good that I had to try them. My entire family loved them. As usual, I reduced the sugar content by using Splenda's brown sugar instead of the real stuff. I also doubled the sauce, which you won't regret.
Note: Recipe from "Southern Country Cooking from the Loveless Cafe," by Jane and Michael Stern.
This recipe is actually from my partner, Dean Ramsey. This is a DELICIOUS way of serving pork chops, and the sauce should act as a gravy over white rice, wide egg noodles or mashed potatoes. If you have any questions, you can e-mail me: AlanLeonetti@q.com
These are delicious pork chops with an asian marinade containing two special ingredients, hoisin sauce, which is a slightly sweet Chinese bean paste and a black bean paste with chilies which is pretty spicy. I like to serve them with braised red cabbage and mashes potatoes in the winter, but in the summer sugar snap peas go very well. This makes lots of marinade which keeps well refrigerated and can be used for baby back ribs or chicken, especially chicken wings.
I think this recipe is an absolute gem. Really, in all my years of cooking, I don't think I have ever made chops as delectable as these! Crispy-crunchy on the outside, meltingly tender and moist on the inside. The key, I think, is the salty milk marinade/brine, and making sure not to overcook them. Thanks to Gourmet Magazine for this one.
These pork chops are a snap to prepare. Just mix up ingredients, pour over chops and get ready to eat. They are sort of like barbequed pork chops and smell great while cooking. A Corn Casserole goes great with these.
Recipe comes from Food & Wine. This is a different take on the traditional pork chop. Its simple and quick to make. A nice sauce is made to cover the pork chops and the sauce can double as a gravy to be served over mashed potatoes. Menu Suggestion: mashed potatoes and sauteed mushrooms.
My Mom,(called Nana by her Grands), made these for us for years. They truly do melt in your mouth . If you are a Blue CHeese fan, these are for you. A fix and forget main dish. I always serve either rice or noodles with it so I don't miss any of the yummy gravy. Also, she used very thick bone in chops, I mostly use the boneless ones, but they really should be thick ones, no matter which type you choose.
BOY, does this look good.... if you like blue cheese. I highly recommend a moist blue cheese as opposed to a more crumbly one to facilitate making the sauce. Nabbed with no shame whatsoever from allrecipes.com.