I was wanting to get creative one day and this was the product. Enjoy! I do have a couple of tips for you. Use a potato peeler for nice shavings of Parmesan. For the 'pocket', cut a slit in the side of the chop. Continue cutting the inside until you hit the bone. Then, make the pocket.
Quick, healthy, filling pork and asparagus. Two glasses of wine go in the pan; drink the other two.
Let the taste of Brazil simmer in your home all day. When you're ready, spoon out this hot, hearty stew and count down the days till Festival.
Spiced-up pork chops with pineapple, bell peppers and jalapenos. A Chinese dish you can make at home.
If you like simple cooking, you like the toaster oven. And you'll like this recipe. Dump a few things in a glass dish, plop on pork chops, and you're 40 minutes away from a great dinner.
Look like a cooking expert with these sophisticated stuffed pork chops. You don't need a culinary degree to make them, just a trusty knife to cut pockets in the pork chops. You've got a trusty knife, don't you?
Easy pork chops bathe in delicious Mexican spices in this easy lunch dish.
Cool pork wraps for an easy summer lunch, with flavor from a simple sweet onion slaw. (See our "How to roll up a wrap" article.)
Great-tasting and simple broiled pork chops dish that cooks in just 30 minutes.
Easy pork chops with Mexican flavor from that indispensable invention, taco seasoning.
Just a few spices turn these easy pork chops into a Mexican flavor jamboree. Cook these on a skillet over open flame or on your stove at home anytime you want a quick Mexican dinner.
Come home to pork and hearty veggies ready for your dinner plate with this simple slow cooker recipe.
Tender chops covered in a tangy BBQ sauce. Won't have the smoky flavor of pork cooked low and slow on the grill, but not bad for oven-baked in under an hour.
An easy medley of fresh veggies and pork chops with Southwest flavor.
Hearty pork chops for a big family dinner. Not skimping on the spice here, either.
Your grill is a flavor fiesta, with plums, onions and pork chops all sharing space. They all come together and the end for a full-flavored meal.
Down home Cajun flavor, fast and easy. And you get a nice helping of veggies with this dish--if you're into that sort of thing...
That old-school German taste with sauerkraut, apples, and plenty of butter, of course. This isn't your light pork dinner but fit for Oktoberfest.
Easy sauteed pork chops topped with a chimichurri sauce, a South American classic.
Simple pork chops covered with a classy wine, bacon and mushroom sauce.