Pork Chop Recipe

I had tried many pork chop recipes in the past but never liked any. This is probably the only pork chop recipe that I like, so am sharing it here. Hope you guys like it.
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Summary

Preparation Time10 MinCooking Time20 Min
Ready In30 MinServings1
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TasteMethod
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Recipe Story

I had this pork chop recipe at my friends place the first time. She is a super chef - I think she should open up her own restaraunt but anyway. I have never liked any pork chop recipes so I was totally against it; almost to the extent that I ended up ordering Chinese food that night. But I liked this recipe so much that I never touched anything else. I would highly recommend this recipe - cant say about the other pork chop recipes though.

Ingredients

 Onion1
 Oil1 Tablespoon
 Butter1 1⁄2 Tablespoon
 Green peppercorn1 Tablespoon
 Parsley1 Tablespoon
 Fresh parmesan2 Tablespoon
 Pork chops2

Nutrition Facts

Serving size: Complete recipe

Calories 866 Calories from Fat 548

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 62 g95%

Saturated Fat 25.3 g126.5%

Trans Fat 0.2 g

Cholesterol 225.1 mg

Sodium 881.7 mg36.7%

Total Carbohydrates 17 g5.5%

Dietary Fiber 3.4 g13.7%

Sugars 6.2 g

Protein 60 g119.6%

Vitamin A 39.2% Vitamin C 50.2%

Calcium 48% Iron 32.9%

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet

Directions

We start by frying the onions. Take butter and oil, mix it in a pan, and heat it for a few minutes. I dont know why we mix both butter and oil together; have tried this with oil only but the onions dont taste that good when fried in oil alone.

Cut the onion into thin strips. Avoid cutting the onions too fine; the long strips taste much better. Add the onion to the frying pan and fry till the onions turn golden. Do this over medium heat so that you dont risk burning the onions.

Add salt, green peppercorn, and parsley as per your taste (recommeded quantities are mentioned in the list of ingridients) to the pan. Continue to fry a little longer. Add freshly grated parmesan and mix together.

On a separate pan, add some oil and fry the pork chops; season with salt (according to the taste). While frying the pork chops, prepare the oven by preheating it to about 400 degrees. Transfer the fried pork chops into another dish, cover with the fried onions, and allow it to bake. You can also add some cheese to it if you prefer. Take it out after about 15 minutes and serve as is.

If you like this pork chop recipes, pls do leave a comment :)

Comments

2pr profile page

2pr says :

love pork chops! love this one too! ;D
Posted on: 15 April 2008 - 3:57pm
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shantihhh says :

I am not fond of pork chops either-sort of dry. I do use pork tenderloin often sometimes just with a rosemary branch skewered through it, a nice dry rub or marinade and cook on the barbecue, slice andserve with a sauce or not. We never over cook the pork! Another favourite is to take pork tenderloin, slice in 1" slice, place the slices between plastic wrap and pound them until thin. Cook on out side griddle on barbie, season with Vegeta, top with a havarti or fontina cheese. The cheese melts on the pork and it is amazing-favourite starter with our family as we gaher around a typical mixed grill meal. Vegeta is a very popular seasoning in the Balkans/Eastern Europe. It is available at Eastern European markets. I use it on meats, in pots of beans and soups. It is madeof dehydrated veggies and spices-yummy. Available in bags or shakers (sans msg. Shanti/Mary-Anne
Posted on: 15 January 2008 - 2:00pm
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Bianca says :

I have tried many pork chop recipes. Looks like you're not too fond of pork chops, so may be I will have to share one of mine with you :) This one is next on my wishlist!
Posted on: 15 January 2008 - 3:14am
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