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« on: May 27, 2008 11:30:11 AM »

so, lately i've been craving pork chops... which really makes no sense since i have not had them in 10+ years (just started eating meat again).

but now that i've been talking about them so much, i've been enlisted to make them for dinner tomorrow.  however, i've never made them.  ever.

i found a few basic recipes on the internet, but wanted to see if anyone here had a tried and true recipe.  i want something pretty simple since buying/cooking meat still scares the crap out of me.


« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2008 11:44:56 AM »

I hardly ever cook pork chops, i like to add the bonelss ones to tomato sauce though!!

My Mom used to cooks chops a few differnt ways

rinse chops & pat dry with paper towls. lightly season both sides with salt & pepper then just fry them up in a med hot pan.   serve with a veggie & applsauce on side.


crunch up some corn flakes & mix with salf & pepper.
crack an egg of two, add a splash of milk & paprika.  dip chop in egg then coat with cereal mix. bake in oven. 350 till no longer pink inside.     Really good with garlic mashed potaotes & broccoli.


in the crock pot. 
melt some butter abt 2 Table SPoons per chop in crock pot, add a few dashes franks red hot sauce , and some dried parsely. toss chops & let cook on low for a cople hrs, then turn to high. 

My brother swears by Old Bay spice. He sprinkles chops with aht & bakes in oven.

Cooking times will very on thichness of chops. just remember the meat needs to be white through out not pink. & always thoughly wash surfaces, hands tools after handling raw meat.  =)
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« Reply #2 on: May 27, 2008 11:49:26 AM »

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« Reply #3 on: May 27, 2008 12:03:31 PM »

a favorite of mine is to grill the pork chops, once almost cooked, add a dollop of apple sauce with grated cheese on the top, then grill till the cheese is melted, lovey with salad

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