Found in: Guide To Travel in France and All Things French.
The intro reads: "This recipe is good, and simple. I like making the gravy half way through like this to avoid some of the last minute panic.". Sounds delicious to me.
These chops are tender and juicy on the inside and crispy golden brown on the outside and so flavorful!! Serve with fried potato wedges for a delicious "finger-food" dinner or with mashed red-skinned potatoes, sweet corn and green beans for a bigger meal! We also sprinkle Frank's Redhot on these chops when gobbling them up!! Finger-lickin' good! :D
Nothing could be simpler than this recipe, and it's great because you can start marinating it the night before, or in the morning, and then all you have to do at dinnertime is take the pork chops out of the bag and grill them. Note: the time listed does not include the time for marinating.
I thought it was time to revisit on old-fashioned cooking method: Pan Frying. Is it time to bring it back? Go into any of the wonderful family-style restaurants in the South and order a pan-fried pork chop, and you are served a thing of beauty. For some reason, this no-fuss, easy method has fallen out of favor with home cooks (maybe because most recipes are so vague..."Season pork chop, cook in frying oil until done".) Follow my instructions and you will yield a beautifully browned, moist chop...serve with Macaroni & Cheese and some greens, and you will have a fast, old-fashioned weeknight supper.:)
These pork chops come out nice and juicy with excellent flavor. These can stand alone with out the help of any sauce or gravy. Yum! They are a huge hit in our house. I actually got the recipe from a application on my phone and thought "why not". Glad I took a stab at it.
This is a recipe discovery (and my first posting of a recipe) but I've gotten so many amazing recipes off this site that I thought I owe it to the site to post an amazing and super-easy rib recipe. The delicious part of this is that it is so completely HANDS OFF that they can cook all day with a quick finish on the bar-b and your guests will be crooning for hours. Make lots - they go quick!! I should mention this recipe is so flexible - adjust however you like and you'll still get an amazing result!! I like to serve it with baked sweet potato (simply chop up a sweet potato, wrap in foil, and throw them in the oven for the last 30-45 mins) and coleslaw. mmmm goood. You can also "improve" any store bought sauce by adding ketchup, brown sugar or maple syrup or honey to suit your tastes - if you like garlic, add that too for a personalized "wow" result.
This is from Bakespace.com, credited to Culinaryalchemist. It truly is my favorite way to prepare tenderloin; then plate the slices on a bed of mixed small leaf greens. Make sure and fix the garlic-infused olive oil at least the day before; prep time does not include this. It never seems to matter if the tenderloin is bigger or smaller. With the help of a meat thermometer to watch the internal temp, it comes out tender and just a bit pink everytime. Leftover oil is good to use for any other dish; just remove the garlic cloves and store as usual.
I had fun playing in the kitchen last night, and I think I've come up with a real winner! It was VERY juicy, tender, slightly sweet and flavorful! And so easy to make! Hope you enjoy it as much as we did! *You can also use a small pork loin roast, also. **Don't be fooled by my lengthy directions, this is easy-peasy. I always just try to keep in mind that there are newbie cooks and try to help by describing everything I can to help.
A recipe from Penzeys. . .the photo in their catalog looks amazing. It makes a nice sauce too. They recommend serving it over pasta or rice with a side of steamed broccoli. Feel free to use canned or fresh tomatoes.
Recipe from package of pork chops.Prep time does not include marinating time. You can alternately use dried chipotle, just rehydrate in hot water for about 15 mins and then chop.
I actually like this better as a marinade for pork tenderloin.