Originally cooked for my hypoglycemic sister. It was surprisingly good and I have kept cooking it since.
This is a nice weeknight skillet meal using boneless pork chops. This recipe is different from others using cream of mushroom soup, because the addition of ketchup to the sauce gives it nice flavor and a pink hue, hence the title. This dish goes well paired with egg noodles.
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.
Very easy pork chops. If you can spread mayonnaise and sprinkle bread crumbs, you can make this meal.
Pork chops coated in dry stuffing mix and served with canned turkey gravy make for a flavorful and easy meal ready in just half an hour!
Pork chops are simmered in a simple caramelized onion sauce, making a tasty and healthy main dish in under half an hour.
Cumin- and coriander-seasoned pork chops are pan cooked until tasty, golden brown, and served with a quick orange juice sauce.
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?
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.
With cranberries and maple syrup providing the flavor, these tender pork chops are a great warmer for those first cool days of fall.
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.
Hearty pork chops for a big family dinner. Not skimping on the spice here, either.
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...
Powerful taste from a marinade in manly ingredients. These chops can cook in a cast-iron skillet over a fire, or in on your stove at home.
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.
A big blend of all your favorite Jamaican spices makes these grilled pork chops a tropical treat. Serve with island lager like Red Stripe.
Simple pork chops covered with a classy wine, bacon and mushroom sauce.
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!