Excellent! I had really thick chops from Costco so they had to cook quite a bit longer even after trying to pound them flatter. I left out the thyme. They were nice and juicy on the inside. Thank you!
This are great! The advice on preparation was so helpful. Thank you!
Very good and very easy. I think garlic salt would be a great replacement for some or all of the salt!
My goodness!!! This cooking method makes pork chops tender and DELICIOUS! It alone gets a five-star rating! I did, however, make a couple other adjustments to the recipe. I replaced the salt with seasoned salt. In addition, I rubbed both sides of the pork chops with soy sauce before sprinkling with the seasoning mixture. They were AMAZING! This will be my preferred method of cooking them from now on! EDITED - I've learned that this cooking method works for chicken and beef/steaks as well. Everything turns out moist, tender, juicy, and DELICIOUS! I've even tried it using a little cooking spray instead of the oil and it still works!
Good & tender. Just didn't quite have the wow factor. Great beginner's dish.
Really liked this recipe - very tasty and so easy. Keeping the heat low must be the answer to my perennial problem with tough chops - they were moist and delicious, and I cheated - cut some corners with the "sit" time before grilling due to time constraints. I would definitely make them again.
We love this method of making these pork chops.I to always dry out and tough to chew pork chops frying any other way.Thank you for the great recipe.
I bought pork chops today just because I couldn't think of what to have for dinner. I got home and googled this recipe and boy was it a hit! I followed the instructions exactly as it is. No changes needed! Pork chops were tender and tasty! Thanks to the author of this recipe.
Just made this for my family and they absolutely loved it. It was my first time cooking pork chops so I was tentative at first. Not only was the recipe easy to make, but my family thought it was delicious. (I actually don't eat pork chops, well didn't until tonight) For the sauce, I added a small amount of white wine, butter, basil, and some onion powder (I didn't do any measuring) and allowed it to simmer for a few minutes. The sauce was delicious.
These were great! My family really enjoyed them. However, can anyone with more "cooking knowledge" tell me if I was suppose to remove them from the heat for the last few minutes (when they were resting) or leave them on the burner with it turned off? Either way, I took a guess and we were very pleased. Will make again!