This was a good basic recipe. I am out of regular paprika so I used smoked paprika and these were pretty tasty. Halved the recipe and had just enough rub for 2 chops.
We didn't love this. I tried it on thin cuts, but it just wasn't anything special to write home about according to our taste.
The spice combination was spot on and we thought it tasted great! I think this cooking method worked really well too. Normally, I would have just pan fried them, but putting them in the oven to finish them off seemed to keep them juicier. Great recipe Deely and I'll be making them again next week with the leftover rub. That's an added bonus too, having enough spices left over to make it again. Thanks for the recipe!
I had originally planned on another recipe but ran short on time and hopped on this website to find something I could make fairly quickly and found this recipe and glad that I did - it was huge success and I have been asked to make it again. <br/><br/>I substituted 1 tsp onion flakes instead of powder and 1 tsp of prepared mustard
Wow! This is a very delicious recipe recipe! I used olive oil and butter (probably a Tbsp. of each) instead of the regular oil. You might need more for four chops; I only had three bone-in 3/4 inch ones.
I was looking for something simple to do with a centre cut pork loin roast and found this delicious recipe! Rubbed it all on the roast (it was ca. 2 lbs), seared it and popped it in the oven 'til done. The pan drippings made a wicked gravy, too! I, like Andi of Longmeadow Farm, made this as a thank you to all the 'Zarrites who have supported the Village of Lawrencetown in their bid to become CBC / Kraft Hockeyville 2010.
Pork chops on the farm for dinner are like jam going on biscuits. And these pork chops are top-knotch. Very easy and oh so good. This chop makes it own juice and it's very, very, tender. I loved the seasoning mix, and it's perfect to make extra and keep on hand. I had some beautiful bone-in chops with the tenderloin still on, and boy you would of thought I had made a meal meant for a King! Made in honor of your contribution to the Village of Lawerencetown. March 2010