Thursday, April 16, 2015

grandma's cookbook - Amazing Porkchops!

Image result for images for pork chopsMy husband has not been a "fan" of pork chops - he says they are too dry and tough, so they have not typically been something I fix. However; the other day I was at the store and saw some really nice looking, boneless pork chops and decided to see if I could fix them so they were tender and flavorful! I'm very happy today to say, I found a great recipe for pork chops which are now one of my - and my husband's - favorite recipes!

You will find the recipe at this link - but basically, all you do is season your pork chops, rub the seasoning in. Heat oil in a pan and sear the chops - two minutes on the first side, then one minute on the other. Place in a pan, pour in the drippings, add water until it is about 1/3 of the way up the sides of your pork chops. Cover tightly - I used foil - and bake at 300 degrees for an hour and a half. (I used boneless chops and since I do not have a cast iron pan, I moved my pork chops to a baking dish after searing on the stove. I also didn't have the time to put them in a brine, but they still turned out delicious!)

The pork chops come out fork tender and oh, so tasty! Plus, the drippings really do make an amazing gravy!

Pork chops tend to be inexpensive - and with this recipe, they are amazingly tender and tasty! Enjoy!

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