Pork chop bake---can be put together ahead of time and thrown in the oven when you get home from work.
I have enjoyed this recipe for many years. It's very simple and full of flavor.
Pork chops baked in a rice and mushroom mixture.
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.
You want to impress someone with an out-of-this-world culinary delight; this is the dish to use. It is not that difficult to prepare and looks awesome at presentation. It is juicy, sweet and very filling! It is listed as serves six, but it can be downsized for two, you will just have some extra dressing or you can make the full load, because they reheat in the microwave very well!
Whenever pork chops are on sale, my family asks me to make this. It is one of our family faves even with my picky eater. The lower temp allows the chops to become tender and the lemon and onion compliment the flavors.
Amazing Asian flavors in a filling pork chops dish. A classy-looking choice for date night.
Tender pork skewers with major flavor from a gourmet Asian marinade. Surprise your guests with this meaty grilled appetizer or light dinner.
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.
Are you sick 'n tired of dried-out, tough pork chops? I was, until I came up with this recipe. The trick to cooking meat & poultry is to know your internal temperatures. That is why you should invest in an instant-read, digital meat thermometer. I will NOT cook without one. And another thing people don't realize is that today's pork does NOT have to cook till it gets to 160 to 170 degrees F internal temperature. You might as well give it to the dog!
Delicious, fall-off-the-bone pork chops are simmered in sauerkraut and brown gravy in this easy guy recipe.
Easy pork chop rub with lots of kick. Great with chicken or fish as well. Everyone I've made these for says they're the best!
Some cooking genius figured: Why put apple sauce on pork when you could just cook the pork in apple juice to start with? Big fall flavor with a side of sweet potatoes cooked right in.
Ready for an easy dish on the grill? Once you've soaked pork chops in this simple marinade, you can have them ready in 15 minutes.
Tasty teriyaki flavor is yours in minutes after a one-hour marinating session for pork chop strips. Cutting into strips before marinading helps more flavor seep into the meat.
A simple recipe with common pantry ingredients. After a 1-hour marinade, you're just 10 minutes away from flavorful pork.
Spicy pork chops with the flavor of the islands. These pork chops marinate in a homemade jerk sauce before you toss them on the grill for a quick pork chop dinner.