Pork and Tomato Skillet Sauté

  • sjcpeach Posted: 08/23/12
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    I liked this recipe. The pork chops I used cooked in the time indicated. However, I ended up cutting the tomatoes in half first which helped cook them quicker but still felt they needed more than 2 minutes to get to a soft/cooked level that would go well with the pork. I served with couscous and had some of the extra tomato-shallot sauce on top of that as well.

  • maddypotpie Posted: 08/06/12
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    This pork recipe is a great use for those fresh summer tomatoes. It came together in 20 minutes and tasted perfect with a spinach salad. I would definitely use this recipe again for a quick weeknight meal.

  • gretcheepoo Posted: 08/26/12
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    These were delicious! I went with the heirloom tomatoes, as the recipe suggests, selecting those that were the size of a quarter or smaller. I had the same experience as some of the other commenters: it took about 20 minutes to get the pork cooked through in two batches. I think next time, I'm going to sear the pork chops in a hot pan and then grill them until they are cooked through. We loved them though... they were the first leftovers to be finished for the week!

  • AnnaBird Posted: 07/11/12
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    This is a good recipe. Next time I would add olives with the tomato mixture. And the pork chops needed way more than the 6 minutes it said. But overall, I'd say it's easy, fast, and good.

  • Barham Posted: 07/11/13
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    The pork chops cooked as recipe suggested and with the heirloom tomatoes, it was delicious.

  • karengrathwohl Posted: 08/26/13
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    I had to half my tomatoes in order for them to soften before the vinegar dried up, otherwise very tasty and will make again.

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