One of my favorite things to cook and eat are pork chops. There are so many different ways you can fix them and they are quick and easy to fix. They are also one of the most affordable meats around. In other words, we have them often. I love it when I can find a pork loin on a really good sale and then have the butcher cut the whole thing into chops, that usually provides us with at least 10-15 meals worth of meat for about $10-$12. And that folks is some affordable eating, without feeling deprived. So, when you see recipes for pork chops I suggest that you Pin them, print them, write them down or however you save them because in my opinion, you can never have to many recipes for this versatile meat!
This time I am using bone-in chops because that was what was on sale. I got a pack of 8 for $3.42. But you can use whatever is on sale in your area, or whatever you have on hand. These are so easy and delicious that your family and friends will adore you for introducing them to this fabulous dish.
You simply sprinkle them with some seasoning salt and pepper, brown both sides in a frying pan with a little oil.
Add a cup of chicken broth (which I also found on sale and with coupons got for .24 cents a box!) and 2 sliced onions. Cover and simmer for 20 minutes. Turn the chops and cook (uncovered) for 20 more minutes.
Serve and Enjoy!
1 tablespoon olive or vegetable oil
4 pork chops (any cut will do)
3 teaspoons seasoning salt
2 teaspoons ground black pepper
2 onion, cut into strips
1 cup chicken broth
In a small bowl mix the seasoning salt and pepper, then rub each pork chop with a little bit of the mixture. After you get the chops ready heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Brown the pork chops on each side. Add the onions and chicken broth to the pan. Cover and reduce the heat to a simmer and cook for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes turn the pork chops, sprinkle them with the remaining seasoning salt and pepper mix and cook until water evaporates and onions turn light to medium brown. Remove chops from pan, and serve with onions on top.Print This Post