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Pork chops

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user1473069303 Tue 26-Sep-17 09:13:34

For boneless pork chops/escalopes I flatten them with a meat tenderiser, coat in breadcrumbs (dip in flour, then beaten egg, then breadcrumbs), and fry. Otherwise I find them too dry (although that might be my cooking).

wobblywonderwoman Mon 25-Sep-17 23:46:44

I also marinade in BBQ sauce

Now I'm starving ;)

BoreOfWhabylon Mon 25-Sep-17 23:44:27

Dip in seasoned flour, then beaten egg, then dry Paxo sage and onion stuffing. Press to ensure stuffing mix adheres and forms a lovely crust all over. Bake in moderate oven. 'Tis lovely.

MiddleClassProblem Mon 25-Sep-17 23:43:58

I did some tonight, just fried them until just cooked then whizzed up some gruyere and breadcrumbs and put it on top (thick because I'm greedy) and then popped them under the grill for a few mins.

I think a little thyme in the crumb mix might work but I was just winging it.

wobblywonderwoman Mon 25-Sep-17 23:42:18

Baby potatoes are great with the roasted veg. Easiest meal of the week and only one dish to clean

wobblywonderwoman Mon 25-Sep-17 23:41:03

I cook them once a week. Usually just roast slowly in stock (you can get ham stock or chicken)

Or I place them in a roasting tray with peppers, red onion and courgettes etc - season with garlic salt and herbs

Or I slice them and cook I'm a sweet and sour sauce

Or casserole with cider

kateandme Mon 25-Sep-17 12:38:17

jar of curry sauce pour over in oven dish.lovely.
sear the fat first in a pan.
have you seen the knorr oour over sacues.they do tomoato based on or French chicken.or mustarfs ones.add ur chops,leeks,carrots and pour over sauce.cook in oven serve ith potatos or rice or pasta.sorted.
paul holly wood has a great recipe on good food for pork apple cider pie.
sear than oven cook with root veg and parsnips
sear oven cook with potatos and red onions
smear with Dijon mustard before cooking.
rarebit prok chop
irish stew pork chop

jarox Mon 25-Sep-17 10:34:22

Does anyone have any pork chop recipes or tips on how to cook?

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