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Discussion in 'Egg, Chicken, & Other Favorite Recipes' started by BettyR, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. BettyR

    BettyR Songster

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    I love pork but I hate pork chops...they are so bland and tasteless. I have a bunch of boneless pork chops that were given to me and I need a way to cook them. I was thinking maybe stuffed would be better. If anyone has a really good recipe for stuffed pork chops I would really appreciate the help. [​IMG]
     

  2. paddock36

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    I wish I had a recipe for you, [​IMG] but I just use stove top stuffing and put it on the chops when they are almost done then back in the oven for a little longer. Still taste's pretty good.
     
  3. Equus5O

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    Too funny! That's what I'm planning on making for dinner tonight, too! I still have to hit allrecipes.com.
     
  4. BettyR

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    Quote:Thanks for the reminder, love that site, I don't know why I didn't think of it...

    I went to Allrecipes.com and found a nice recipe that got some really good reviews.
     
  5. arabianequine

    arabianequine Crowing

    Apr 4, 2010
    You could always use teryaki or bbq sauce on them. Either of the sauces would be really good grilled especially boneless. My dh never liked pork chops till I made them.....but I don't boil them and I won't make any other besides the thin pork chops with the bone.

    I sear them to make fry marks quickly on each side in a fry pan I use a tad of olive oil. I add seasons on each raw side at that time. I then bake them. I put them in a glass pyrex pan 9x13 with a bit of water and butter everywhere. The butter adds a yummy flavor and the water keeps them moist. They don't need to cook to long 30-45 min at 350 my oven runs too hot though so I hardly ever cook over 350.

    Good luck!
     
  6. big momma

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    girl the best way to eat pork chops

    its better with the bone but this way is great also

    chop those into chuncks

    take about 1 large onion or 2med or 3 or 4 small onions
    hint you want lots of onions cause it makes your gravy

    brown till dark brown but not burnt
    throw in those chops and season any way you like and cook down til chops are tender
    put over rice....ummmmmmm yummy
     
  7. flgardengirl

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    I like to use a pork loin or thick chops cut from a pork loin. I like making this the best when my figs are ripe. You can adjust this to your family's taste. Sometimes we even put a little feta cheese in the stuffing mix. Its something I can make and even the kids don't complain about it lol. I like to make baked potatoes as a side.
    Here is my recipe:
    4 thick pork chops (I like to use pork loin cut @ 1 1/4 inch thick)
    1/2 tsp orange zested orange peel
    Orange juice from 1 orange
    1 TBS butter
    2TBs chopped onion
    1 celery stalk chopped
    6 mushrooms sliced (optional)
    1-2 cloves of garlic (minced) to taste
    1 1/2 c dry bread crumbs ( I like to use stove top stuffing mix in cornbread or herb flavor)
    1/3 c coarrsly chopped granny smith apple
    1/4 tsp rubbed sage
    1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
    1/8 tsp allspice
    1/4 tsp coarsly ground black pepper
    2/3 c apple juice or cider
    cut up figs (when in season)optional
    black olives -sliced (optional)
    Instructions:
    Cut opening in ea chop from rib side. Set aside. zest 1/2 tsp orange peel, set aside. Squeeze orange, reserving juice.
    For stuffing:
    In med pan cook onion in 1 TBS butter till tender. Remove from heat, stir in bread crumbs,olives, apple, garlic, celery, mushrooms, figs, orange zest, sage, cinnamon, allspice, pepper and apple juice/cider.
    Place chops in baking dish. Fill each pork chop pocket with an equal amt of stuffing mix. Brush each chop with remaining orange juice. I usually throw some more herbs on top and any remaing stuffing mix. Cover baking dish with foil or lid if you have a dutch oven etc.
    Bake in a 350 oven for 45- 60 minutes or till tender and cooked throughly.
     
    Last edited: Jun 30, 2010

  8. BettyR

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    Quote:I'll try that thanks.

    Quote:Man that sounds good!!!! Will give it a try thanks.




    Quote:Thanks for the recipe.
     
  9. TerriLaChicks

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    We like to stuff them with Italian sausage, brown them, pour a can of golden cream of mushroom soup over them & some sliced mushrooms, sprinkle with a little Parmesan cheese & bake them at around 425 until done (baking time depends on the thickness of the pork chop). It's a nice change of pace.
    They're good on the grill too. Marinate in Italian dressing for a couple hours, drain & sprinkle w/your favorite seasonings (we use cajun) & grill like you do a steak. Throw some sweet potatoes on there too, for sides. Yummy!
     
  10. Chicken Fruit

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    I rub my pork and grill it. Boy that sounds dirty. But I make a KILLER rub.

    The base is brown sugar. A bunch of onion and garlic powder. Some salt. Paprika for color ( you want it to be a little red, too much though makes it taste flat) some red pepper powder, and the secret ingredient which is cocoa.

    Rub it on your room temperature pork chops, stuff it on the grill with a little pile of the rub on top. Let them get good and grilled on one side (about 5 minutes or more) and then flip them and put another pile of the rub on that side. The rub melts and makes a perfect sauce on the meat.

    Thats what I do anyway. I dont turn the stove or oven on in the summer. Too darn hot.
     

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