I found this hand written recipe a few years back when we bought and older home and restored it. It was in behind the old bottom cabinets. I've made it a few times since then and really enjoy it. Thanks to whoever lost it, who knows how long it was back there as the house was built in the late 1800's......
I love pork chops but I didn't like grilling them as they often dry up, so I came up with this sauce to baste the chops with. Very tasty and juicy chops. cook time is estimated as each grill differs from one to another.
Okay, I know I should of tried a shorter name for this one, but I just had to list everything in this recipe, lol. I came up with this when I was trying to use up a lot of what was in the refrigerator before we left for our summer vacation. I was quite pleased with the end result. The cook time may vary, depending on the size of the chicken breast.
I use vegetable broth in this recipe, but you can use chicken broth if you prefer. If you cannot find sun-dried tomato paste, you can use the same amount of oil soaked sun-dried tomatoes, just crush them well. I serve this with garlic bread topped with cheese.
For a fancy presentation, line the inside of a ramekin with plastic wrap, then line with thinly sliced smoked salmon (extra pieces, not from 8oz used in recipe) making sure to leave enough overhang to cover the bottom of the pate. Then fill with the pate, wrap over the overhanging salmon. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes.
Invert onto serving plate to release and decorate with a dill sprig.