A twenty-minute soaking in a salt brine makes grilled pork chops tender, juicy, and flavorful. Serve with grilled baby bok choy.
Brining pork chops keep them juicy, and this is a great alternative to cooking them on a grill.
Sear pork chops in a heavy skillet, then make a cooking liquid of browned garlic, red wine, bay leaf, and beef broth. Finish with balsamic vinegar and butter.
Stack bell pepper rings, cooked rice, sliced onion, and sliced tomato on top of pork chops and bake until delicous.
Brown pork chops, apples, and onions, add stock and thyme, and bake until tender.
These chops are smothered in a mixture of bacon, onions, apples, and cranberry sauce, and then baked.
Recipes collected with since 1995.