thick cut, bone-in pork chops
I think I’d like to start a “Go-To Club.” If would be a compilation of your recipes and mine, all of which have the same criteria: The recipe would be the perfect Go-To dish for busy moms and dads who have to get food on the table every night. They would be recipes that a young couple just starting to navigate their way in the kitchen could make and know that it would turn out perfectly every time. The recipes would be for kids who love to cook but need uncomplicated ingredients with simple cooking methods. What do you say? Should we do it? Well, if we do, I would put this recipe on the list for sure! So many of us love pork chops, but end up making them the same way every time. This recipe requires only 5 ingredients (excluding salt and pepper) but the flavors blend so beautifully, you will have a one-skillet wonder on the table in no time! In creating this recipe, I incorporated one of my favorite cooking and slicing techniques called the hasselback. You’re probably familiar with Hasselback Potatoes, where the potato is cut into thin slices three quarters of the way down and when baked, it fans out so you can drizzle butter right into the slices. I employed the same method with apples, and they not only taste fantastic but look gorgeous on the plate! So here’s to keeping it simple, delicious and fresh with a new idea for Pork Chops for dinner this week!
Watch my How To Video for Pork Chops here!