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Old 09-06-2014, 01:31 PM   #11
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Why not cook thin, bone in chops in the stewed tomatoes and serve over mashies? Season with S&P then brown the chops. Remove and saute sliced onion in the pan. Add the stewed tomatoes and deglaze the pan. Add the chops and any juices back, cover and braise until tender. You can do it stove top or in a 350 F oven.
I was going to suggest the same thing. Easy, tasty meal. Also goes well with brown rice or pasta.
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Old 09-06-2014, 01:37 PM   #12
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This is one of my favourite ways to cook pork chops: TNT Pork with Mushroom Herb Sauce
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Old 09-06-2014, 02:57 PM   #13
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the Pioneer Woman did pork chops on one of her programs. As I recall, she dredged them in seasoned flour and cooked them in a fry pan using butter & canola oil. They were very thin chops and she cooked them 3-4 mins per side. I haven't tried it, so not sure about the results. Of course, on the program everyone just loved them.
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Old 09-06-2014, 04:47 PM   #14
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i can't watch the pioneer woman. her recipes and the overall premise of the show are ok, but the permanent smile on her face just bugs me.but getting back to chops: great ideas so far everyone! thanks.

andy, i've never seen anyone try to stuff anything but a rib chop.

caslon, if you like pork chop and stewed tomatoes, why not make pork chops in tomato sauce?

it's as easy as browning the chops (any cut will do, but the fattier the better, imo), then simmering them in a doctored up jar of a tomato sauce you like.

i usually add garlic, onions, green bell peppers, fresh basil, and mushrooms.
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I like mine fairly fatty and thinnish. My favorite way is to do them very basic in a hot frying pan. I love the flavor of browned/blackened meat with a crispy covering on the fatty parts. Just a bit of steak spice and/or cinnamon.
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Old 09-06-2014, 08:25 PM   #16
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This is one of my favourite ways to cook pork chops: TNT Pork with Mushroom Herb Sauce
This is basically one of my favorite ways, too. It's one of my comfort foods and I've been making it this way for years. I use a pork shoulder steak, brown it good, drain about half the fat or so, and add flour and milk to make a gravy. Usually I add mushrooms and onions, sometimes not. I add the pork steak back in to the gravy and simmer until tender. Yum.
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This is my Peter Brady Pork Chops and Applesauce:

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I grilled the Chops with thick cut peeled and cored apples


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EAT!
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Old 09-07-2014, 03:04 AM   #18
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Ack! I forgot to add that smoked pork chops are one of our favorite treat meals. I get them from the butcher one town over - he has a pork rancher friend that he gets the meat from, then smoked the entire rack himself. At least twice the price of fresh, but ten times better when you have a taste for them. Sear in a big frypan, add fresh, tipped green beans and a bit of water, and put the lid on them. When the beans are done, you eat. The beans get such a good salty/smokey flavor that we each eat almost a pound!
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Old 09-07-2014, 11:25 AM   #19
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i loove all things pork. one of my favorite cuts of pork is the fresh ham steak. it has the full-bodied flavor of roast pork, and makes the most delicious gravy or sauce. extra special when you are having mashed potatoes. this is a cut rarely seen ready-packaged in supermarkets, but when available, it is very reasonably priced, costing much less than either rib or loin cut chops. i buy grass-fed pork from local pig farms, like 'babes in the woods'. grass-fed pork, if you can get it, is worth every penny of the extra you pay over the regular.
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some good info and recipes here: just scroll down to 'everything you need to know about pork chops'
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