Best 5 Pork Chop Recipes

by in Recipes, February 19th, 2013

Smothered Pork ChopsIn many homes, chicken bears the brunt of being the dinnertime protein, thanks to its easy versatility and quick cooking time. But it no longer needs to be the go-to main dish. Instead of resorting to everyday chicken breasts, try cooking pork chops instead. Depending on their size, most pre-cut chops require less than 20 minutes of cooking time, and like chicken, they’re a blank canvas on which to showcase your favorite marinades, flavorful herbs and bold sauces. Try Food Network’s top-five pork chop recipes below, each an easy, can-do dinner that will impress kids and grownups alike, then browse our entire collection of pork chop recipes for more inspiration.

5. Potato-Crusted Pork Chops With Pesto Sauce — For a salty bite and crunchy texture, coat a pork loin with crushed potato chips and fresh herbs, then roast until juicy and serve with a creamy pesto-herb sauce.

4. Pork Chops With Golden Apple Sauce — In a tried-and-true pairing of apples and pork, Rachael tops caramelized pork chops with a sweetened applesauce made with fresh ginger and golden raisins.

3. Stuffed Pork Chops — After filling bone-in pork chops with a cornbread-bacon mixture, Pat and Gina Neely use toothpicks to secure the opening shut, then grill the meat for just a few minutes per side.

2. Parmesan-Crusted Pork Chops — Made with just a few ingredients, Giada’s simply sauteed chops are breaded with a light mixture of Italian-style breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese and served with lemon for a bright, fresh flavor. Click the play button the video below to watch how she makes them.

1. Smothered Pork Chops — Tyler quickly sears his top-rated pork chops (pictured above) to achieve a crispy, golden brown crust, then he simmers them in a smooth buttermilk gravy until they’re moist and tender.

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Comments (5)

  1. dolores clark says:

    pork chops covered with mushroom soup laced with jalapeno peppers —-

  2. miraoli says:

    They've had a coupon on PrintableCouponsandDeals.com lately for a dollar off of pork. Very helpful if you're on a budget like me.

  3. Judith Hannan says:

    Pork Chops Creole……..brown chops w/salt and pepper,,,,,,,,add to each: 2 TBLSP uncooked rice, chopped green pepper, chopped onion…….cover all w/whole tomatoes, (large can) squished up and the juices of same, cook for 45 min. and WATCH that the liquid doesn't cook off!!! Don't know to whom credit should be given as this recipe was "handed-down" from my Mother to me. Note: I use boneless thick chops…..1 per adult (2 if you have a big eater) and the "one pan" dinner is a terrific deal!

  4. Angel says:

    All the pork chop recipes listed, plus the ones in the previous comments are great, but often I want to go for something simpler so I can actually enjoy the flavor of the meat itself (specially when I use high quality meat). I love sauteed pork chops. And for fall, I love making it with sweet and sour red cabbage. I made them recently and shared the recipe in my blog. Feel free to check them out if you are interested. http://healthyroadadventures.blogspot.com/2013/09

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