More Pork Chop Recipes You Can Make For Dinner
Pork chops have to be one of the faster cooking pork cuts you can cook. When time is of the essence, pork chops can save you from going hungry. Even a seasoning as simple as salt and pepper can improve an otherwise bland piece of meat.
Pork is especially flavorful and we love it! Even the smallest strips of pork are added to vegetable dishes to improve its flavor and make it more appetizing to anyone averse to eating plain old vegetables. That's perfectly okay and we think it's a genius use of ingredients. Flavor is, after all, is one of the main reasons why we love eating food.
If it's delicious, expect to see that dish on the table more often! That's why we have more pork chop recipes to lure you to the table. Whether it's for dinner or for your baon, you have a pork chop that will satisfy your love for this delicious meat:
1 Pork Chops with Creamy Mushrooms Recipe
You don't need to go more complicated with your pork chops! However, we do recommend that if you do want to amp up the flavors and make your meal more satisfying, feel free to make a sauce as chunky and flavorful as this one. These pork chops are topped with a topping made with onions and mushrooms that's been made creamy.
Now how can you resist this plate?
2 Cheese and Garlic Mushroom Pork Chops Recipe
Another thing we love about pork chops is really how versatile it can be. You can simply fry it as is or do something spectacular with it so you can enjoy a meal that's made a little bit more special. This recipe takes that view seriously with its pork chop meal. The pork chops are not only stuffed with garlic mushrooms, but it's also stuffed with a gooey cheese to satisfy more than one craving you may have.
3 Pork Tonkatsu Recipe
Did you know that the pork tonkatsu is actually a pork chop? Yes, it is! What you are basically doing is making a breaded pork chop, but the kind of pork chop you're using is a little different. You can use a butterflied pork chop (You can find this at your local butchery!) or just use a boneless pork chop. The key to the tonkatsu is really how you treat it. You have to cut into it so that it doesn't curl up and that's the trick to this Japanese rice meal topping. The rest - the cabbage, rice, and the tonkatsu sauce - are all things you just need to have on the side so you're sure to have a fantastic meal. You can find prepared tonkatsu sauce as well as the sesame dressing of your cabbage in the Asian aisle of your local supermarket.
You can do many recipes with pork chops, and these are just a few more ideas on what you can cook tonight that won't take up too much of your time. You can even prepare these pork chop recipes in advance to make sure that when you're short on time, you can pull it out from the refrigerator and add it to the pan with no worries about being too hungry for too long.