Pan fried pork chops with tangy mustard and pickle sauce may sound like an odd combination of flavors, but if you think more French bistro than Portlandia, you’ll get the right idea. The fact that it’s such a quick meal makes it perfect for any night of the week.
Bone-in pork chops are one of our favorite cuts of meat to cook for dinner on a weeknight. They’re quick cooking yet incredibly satisfying, and they play nice with basically any flavor profile you want to throw at them. Following the general rules of pre-seasoning, tempering, using a meat thermometer, […]
Keep this recipe close – it uses easy-to-find ingredients (that you may already have on hand!) to quickly deliver perfectly cooked chops with a glorious pan sauce.
Prep this easy brine in the morning, and enjoy a quick-cooking, delicious pork chop dinner. The chops cook in 20 minutes and are fragrant with rosemary and shallots. A blue cheese and arugula salad rounds out the meal.
Pork chops occasionally get a bad rap: Too easily, they are overcooked, making them bone-dry and flavorless. However, these heritage breed pork chop recipes are anything but. There are a number of ways to ensure a juicy, succulent pork chop, whether you’re using bone-in or boneless chop recipes. You can […]
A brine tenderizes your chop and gives them sweet apple cider vinegar flavor throughout. Cabbage, onions, and sliced apples cook up in the same pan as the chops for the perfect side dish.