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Seared Boneless Pork Loin Chops With Shallot And Cider Reduction Sauce Recipe Video
Here’s a delicious, and easy, pork chop dish that only takes about 20 minutes start to finish. By the way, a "chop" usually refers to something that has a bone still attached. The problem with center cut pork chop with the bone is that by the time you cook the meat next to the bone to a safe tempreture, the meat away from the bone is dry. So, I prefer the boneless "chop" for this dish. You have to be careful though, without the bone, this cut is very easy to overcook. So becareful! Medium pork is OK to eat (I'm talking to all you people over 50!). Pay attention to the money saving tip regarding buying a pork loin roast and cutting your own chops. Butchers are not going to like me telling you this, but that’s OK, what’s the big deal with upsetting large men with sharp knives?
Preparation Time10 MinCooking Time30 Min
Ready In40 MinDifficulty LevelEasy
For recipe ingredients, please refer to the video.
For recipe directions, please refer to the video.
Editors ReviewI made these gorgeous pink, tender boneless pork chops for a formal, family dinner and everyone loved the meal. I sliced the chops from the pork loin roast as Chef John suggests and truly it is a very budget gourmet dish that is sophisticated enough for a formal dinner and easy on your pocket as well. And its a really safe recipe because who doesn't like boneless pork chops? The sauce was so smooth and rich and had a beautiful caramelized flavor of shallots and apple cider. A highly recommended recipe.
Anonymous says :
I just made this for dinner tonite! I highly recommend this dish! It was very easy & delicious. Chef John is amazing & I love it that he shares these great easy recipes with everyone! He has more great recipes visit his blog at foodwishes.com
Posted on: 4 February 2010 - 9:16pm
Anonymous says :
Great directions and great dish! Sauce was superb. I was a little surprised at how long it took sauce to reduce. Definitely looking forward to amaking this dish again.
Posted on: 25 November 2009 - 1:18am
Absent One says :
I Made this tonight with a side of Green Beans and salad with Cranberry vinaigrette dressing. I took your hint and bought the loin and cut our own chops. great money saving tip there! Used an amazingly good Apple Cider from a local organic grower, as well as the shallots. YUM! Even the kids ate every bite.
Posted on: 7 November 2009 - 10:50pm