Grilled Brined Pork Chop is a simple pork chop recipe that you can prepare for lunch or dinner. This recipe will give you a tender and moist pork chop that you will definitely enjoy. Brining is important for this recipe because this process makes the meat tender and seals all the moisture making it soft […]
Pork Chop Recipes
Apple Glazed Pork Chop is a comforting pork chop recipe that you can prepare on regular days for either lunch or dinner. This recipe makes ordinary pork chop stand out. It can also adds some excitement to your taste buds. This apple glazed pork chop recipe is tailored for people who don’t like their food to […]
As we all know, Pork Adobo has been one of the favorite Filipino Recipes. Inadobo, which is the manner of cooking this dish, has been regarded as a traditional method of cooking meat and vegetables. This Pork Adobo Recipe is another unique version of the same dish that all of us love. What make this […]
Teriyaki has always been the favorite choice for lunch and dinner. This Teriyaki Pork Chop Recipe will guide you on how to convert a lonely pork chop into a delicious dish from ground-up without using ready-made teriyaki sauce.As you know, the word “teriyaki” describes a technique used in cooking wherein meats are marinated in a […]
This Grilled Pinoy Pork Chop is your basic Filipino Grilled Pork Chop Recipe. Instead of the usual soy sauce and lemon juice marinade, this requires simple seasonings such as salt, pepper, and garlic powder to be mixed in low fat oil. Both olive and safflower oils are low in fat and cholesterol. These are the 2 […]
Pork Chop and rice sounds like a good combination. It will even be better if the meat has some sauce to go with it – just like this Smothered Pork Chop Recipe. This has meat, onions, sauce, and tons of flavors. It is one of those dishes that you could not get enough of. Preparing […]
We all know how easy it is to make Fried Pork Chops, but did you know that there are many ways to make one?
My favorite Pork Chop Recipe is Breaded Pork Chops. The meat is coated with breading such as bread crumbs or all-purpose flour. This produces a nice tasting dish that is crisp on the outside while tender inside.
Grilled Dijon Pork Chops is an easy pork chop recipe that you should try. This recipe takes grilled pork chops to a whole new level by adding-in the tangy taste of Dijon mustard and Worcestershire sauce.
The secret behind this recipe is the marinade. It is a must that you let the pork chops absorb the marinade to maximize the flavor. I usually marinate the pork chops for 12 hours or more. I do this by placing them with the marinade in a freezer bag, and then refrigerate it over night.
Although pork chops are good for frying, there are several ways that you can make it more appealing. This grilled Dijon pork chop recipe is a good start. You can also present it in a more exciting way by making sizzling pork chops. Making oven-baked pork chops and pork steak can also make your pork chop dish stand out.
Pork Steak is a variation of Bistek Tagalog. The procedure and some ingredients are almost the same; the only difference is the use of pork chops or any pork slices for that matter.
Although I used pork chops in this recipe, you can use any part of the pork if you desire as long as they are sliced properly. The reason why I used pork chops is because I like the taste of fats better for this recipe. The fats add more flavor to the dish.
I’ve been searching for pork chops with fats and skin attached here in my location. I want the usual pork chops similar to the ones that I usually have back in the Philippines: with fats and skin attached. You see, the fat and skin on USDA pork chops are removed. All you get are lean slices of meat. Having no fat at all is a good thing. However, I wanted to duplicate the taste of Pork Steak that I am cooking when I was in the Philippines. I don’t serve this all the time so I guess having a little fat and skin is acceptable.
Cooking in a slow cooker is a good way to tenderize meat while extracting all its flavors.
I use slow cooker once in a while; usually, during weekends or if I have nowhere else to go. While you can get best results using a slow cooker, you will need to be patient as it needs several hours to completely cook a dish.
How long are we talking about? Well, it depends on what you are cooking. If you are doing vegetables then a good 1 to 3 hours will do depending on the recipe – sometimes longer. Meats, on the other hand, require more time. If you like tender meat that literally melts in your mouth, you would not mind the wait.
This deliciously tender Asian pork chop recipe is the product of 6 to 7 hours of slow cooking.