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Old 04-05-2021, 12:28 PM   #1
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Kasseler: Smoked Pork Chops

Was doing some Canadian bacon this weekend and I threw two chops in the brine yesterday..dried them up this morning and just finished smoking them to 145...in the fridge they go until supper..a quick fry and they are good to do..

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Sounds interesting. Have you cooked smoked pork chops before?
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Yes...we used to sell them..although I got them from a place called Barvarian Meats in North Bay..they were much pinker than my home made ones..they used a stronger nitrate and brined them longer..I try and keep the salt down a bit and only brine over night..
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I would love to read an update after you have eaten them. Also, pix of the cooked chops would be nice.
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Those look good, Roch! We love smoked pork chops, which we buy from a local butcher who does his own smoking. Gets his hogs from a local farmer. I like giving them a quick sear in a pan, then add in almost two pounds of fresh green beans with a bit of water and cover the pan. By the time the beans are cooked they soak up a lot of the smoked pork flavor. Between the two of us we can finish off the beans and still have one of the two chops still left for another meal. Oh, those beans are good!
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I would love to read an update after you have eaten them. Also, pix of the cooked chops would be nice.
Here it is..turned out pretty good..salty, though..I'll only eat one of those every few months
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Here it is..turned out pretty good..salty, though..I'll only eat one of those every few months
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