Bring the flavors of Italy, Mexico, and even the Deep South to the dinner table with quick-cooking pork chop dishes.
Pork Chops with Country Gravy
Dive into a home-style dish of quintessential comfort food. Pair with instant mashed potatoes and lima beans to round out
the Southern dish. Use the tips for making gravy and use the techniques in other similar pork chop dishes.
This one-pan dish pairs well with quick-cooking asparagus. Cook the pork chops first, then use the same skillet to make the
savory pan sauce. The recipe calls for frozen peaches, so enjoy this Southern-style favorite year around.
Lightly bread boneless chops with a fragrant mixture of brown sugar, red pepper, and nutmeg, then serve with a mildly tart
lemon spinach side. The flavor combination is sure to awaken every square inch of your taste buds.
An overnight brine transforms center-cut chops into a fall-off-the-bone tender main dish. The brine, made from buttermilk,
salt, sugar, lemon rind, rosemary, and sage, adds such bright flavor that, when cooking, a sprinkle of pepper is all the chops
need. Pair with a green veggie and roasted sweet potatoes for a top-notch main dish.
Kick up the heat in the kitchen with a spicy-sweet glaze made with pantry staples. Brown chops, then cook in a flavorful mixture
of honey, Dijon mustard, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, and ground cloves. Serve with mashed potatoes and top with the excess
Go Greek with Mediterranean-inspired chops stuffed with a combination of spinach, garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, and feta cheese.
A top-rated dish, this pork chop dinner garnered rave reviews from our users, who suggested serving this hearty entree with
a simple salad or grilled veggies.
Update the childhood classic of pork chops and applesauce by serving a fragrant supper of sage-rubbed chops paired with tender-and-tart
Granny Smith apples. Cook the apples with butter, brown sugar, lemon juice, and ground cinnamon for a side dish that tastes
good enough to be dessert.
Serve mole-style chops using a key ingredient that's sure to keep your guests guessing: cocoa powder. Cocoa adds a smooth,
rich flavor without over-sweetening the dish. After you sample it with pork, try the rub on chicken or other types of meat
for a festive, Mexican-inspired dinner.
Bring a taste of Italy to the table without breaking out the box of pasta. The rich, smoky flavor of Marsala wine adds depth
to the chops' pan sauce. Save time in this quick-cooking recipe by buying pre-minced garlic and pre-chopped mushrooms.
Add more fruit to your diet by adding a few servings to the main dish. Bartlett pears hold up well when cooking in the white-wine-and-pear-brandy
mixture. The sweet-and-savory sauce pairs well with the delicately spiced sauce, flavored with ground peppercorns.