This recipe will fall off of the bone. Don't be alarmed by the beer, as it will cook off while the pork chops are braising. If you would like, you can substitute Chicken Broth or Vegetable Broth for the beer. The flavors will give you a tangy taste with not too much effort. Great for unexpected guests. I posted this recipe on another site, but I want to keep all of my recipes together in one place. You can either cook the chops on top of the range or throw them into the oven on a low temperature (about 300 degrees for 1 - 2 hours). Serve with white rice.
- Liberally sprinkle pork chops with McCormick's Broiled Steak Seasoning.
- Brown both sides in a non-stick skillet.
- After the pork chops have been browned, remove them from the pan.
- Pour one can of beer into skillet.
- Stir around the beer until all the particles on the sides have been incorporated.
- Pour in barbecue sauce and place the pork chops back into the pan.
- Add onions and cover.
- Simmer on low for 1 to 2 hours.
I made this for my family tonight and it was really delicious!! Interesting taste, with the beer, but it cut the bbq sauce so it wasn't too sweet or spicy. I used a dark red beer since that's what I had, and it was really good. I'll make this again!! Thanks!
This definitely made pork steak shine. I followed the instructions but elected to use the oven method suggested. I used a craft beer and a honey bbq sauce on 4 very large bone in pork steaks. They were very tender, well flavored, and enjoyed. They was a ton of tasty sauce. I would cut the sauce ingredients in half if using regular chops. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
MMMMMMM made this tonight and it was very good! This recipe has a lot of possabilities, I want to try it with boneless country ribs and DH wants to try it with chicken.