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What do you do with pork chops?

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lucysmam Sat 20-Sep-08 18:29:34

I've no gravy for tomorrow's Sunday lunch, which was going to be a roast but with chops rather than a joint. Now I'm abit stuck for something to do with them as I think they'll be a bit dry/boring without.

Anyone any suggestions?

& please don't say go get some gravy, I'm skint til payday sad

TIA smile

ScummyMummy Sat 20-Sep-08 18:33:28

Marinade them?

morningpaper Sat 20-Sep-08 18:34:27

Grilling chops is crapola

I chuck 'em in a wok with some herbs and wine and simmer for an hour

Much more tasty and melt-in-the-mouth

Overmydeadbody Sat 20-Sep-08 18:35:01

Do you have stock cubes? Flour? Worcestershire sauce? Soy sauce?

If the answer's yes, you can make gravy smile

traceybath Sat 20-Sep-08 18:35:43

marinadr in some oil, lemon and sage - tenderises them and then puor juices over once cooked.

could even make a sage, onion and lemon butter

traceybath Sat 20-Sep-08 18:36:33

and cook them slowly . . .

NotDoingTheHousework Sat 20-Sep-08 18:37:22

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Overmydeadbody Sat 20-Sep-08 18:37:40

mix olive oil, garlic, ginger, soy sauce, a little brown sugar or honey and pepper and salt together. Cover the chops wth this.

Roast in oven.

Sawyer64 Sat 20-Sep-08 18:38:51

Have you got any honey and mustard? Mix them together and paint on chops and grill them.

If you havent got honey ,use jam or marmalade for variety.I'd serve it with Creamy mashed potato,no need for gravy

MumRum Sat 20-Sep-08 18:39:02

I usually get the thin ones and lightly fry some mushrooms, add the chops, continue till cooked, then add cream... bloody lovely..

technics Sat 20-Sep-08 18:42:31

We never even usually have gravy to be honest! We roughly chop (so a mixture of large and small pieces) apples (we use anything we have, not necessarily cooking apples!) and simmer gently with a small bit of sugar until it's like puree but still wiht some large chunks in. Pour over the chops when they're cooked and hey presto.

Some might say boring but quick, easy and cheap to make.

2sugars Sat 20-Sep-08 18:42:48

Cook them and give them to the dog.

The other week, in a fit of madness, H actually cooked for me. DD1 kept her faith in me as I silently slipped bits of lamb into our puppy (another hate).

Cies Sat 20-Sep-08 18:43:23

I do the same as MumRum, but add some grainy mustard along with the cream. Delicious! Especially with mashed potato.

CaliWench Sat 20-Sep-08 18:46:13

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lucysmam Sat 20-Sep-08 19:41:32

OMDB, I don't have soy sauce until my next shop but do have the others . . . not too sure how I'd do gravy with them though

liking the honey n mustard idea!

NotDoingTheHousework, I'm not bothered about making the grill pan a mess, can easily be cleaned up (I clean it every time I grill meat to keep it shiny n new <very sad> )

Olive oil, lemon n sage I posess all of.

Hmmmmmm, what to try . . . . I don't know now

What do you all serve them with?

Sawyer64 Sun 21-Sep-08 14:03:57

Pork Chops when roasted produce a lovely meaty natural gravy,if you add a little water to the dish after.

Some people like thick gravy,so you can blend a little cornflour or flour and add to the water.

MMmmmm.Makes me hungry now......

twinsetandpearls Sun 21-Sep-08 14:06:20

Pan fry them with a sauce of butter, marsala and a touch of cream. I am not a thin person.

twinsetandpearls Sun 21-Sep-08 14:07:02

I just said pan fry I am off to whip myself with a whisk, the shame of the ponceyness.

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