Pork chops are inexpensive to buy and quick to cook. Plus, the meat is lean, which is terrific for health, but not so great for taste. Preparing a quick pan sauce turns something basic into a restaurant-quality dish. Searing the chops stovetop and deglazing the pan with cider vinegar adds a tangy punch that brightens the flavor of the meat. Click here to visit the new home of KitchenDaily!
I've tried no less than eight smothered pork chop recipes in the last year. That may not sound like very many, but let me tell you, when eight smothered pork chop recipes fail miserably, you might get in what I
I am not a big fan of pork. However, my husband and children love pork chops. I came up with this recipe after I got tired of frying them in oil. I like to serve this on a bed of buttered pasta, with a nice mixed salad on the side.Enjoy!
John made a meal last night that was so impressive that I had to share his recipe with you all. I did not help that much except for to make a few small suggestions in order to keep the house from burning down.
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