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Looking for tender pork chops besides cream cooking they are bones in thank you …

Looking for tender pork chops besides cream cooking they are bones in thank you in advands

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  1. Julie Hooper Abad

    Season/ dry rub and seer in a hot pan then finish in the oven…you can season with garlic powder, brown sugar, paprika, onion powder, salt and pepper

  2. Kathy O'Neill-Ritondo

    We use brown sugar, soy sauce and garlic powder or fresh garlic and a sprink of ginger powder on top.. Marinate chops for an hour or more depending on your preference, bake in oven. Or grill. Serve with white rice and salad with Asian dressing.

  3. Christy Wyrtzen

    Sofia’s Pork chops
    Salt and pepper the chops, coat with olive oil, lemon juice and oregano. Bake 375 degrees for 30-35 minutes OMG! My sister in law ( Sofia) makes the best chops.

  4. The key to frying a good chop and it not be dry is high heat. Bread them place in hot skillet (I always use crisco) flip them quick. Then turn your heat down. Turn them over cover with lid for about 5 minutes.

  5. Donna Lundquist

    Fry your pork chops then put some good beef home made gravy over the top, their delicious, and i throw my frozen fries in the oven and when their done I put my gravy over the top of them too and then have a veggie on the side

  6. Rene Dawn Millward

    I brine mine and then cook them in the Instant Pot, either with apples, nutmeg and cinnamon (yummy) or with pineapple and soy to make teriyaki.

  7. Sharon Burgess

    Fold tin foil into thick squares, 2 of them. Spice chops. Lay one on a foil square, put stuffing on it, put next chop on top, then stuffing. Continue till last chop. Put other foil on top. Wrap all in foil and put bone side down in pan. Bake at 325 oven for about 3 hours. Cut open top last half hour. Very tender and full of flavor.

  8. Diane Wendorff

    sour kraut tenderizes them in slow cooker any citrus product tenderizes pork. Marinate then cook slow and low

  9. Dianne Richardson

    Olive oil, season chop with garlic powder, salt and pepper..cook in air fryer..on 450 ..7 mins ..tender and juicy

  10. Sarah Lynn Hafford

    French onion soup and diced tomatoes! Casserole dish covered 400°f flup at half way to done (15min) Usually about 30 /35 min total cook time

  11. I slow cook mine in butter with cast iron. I only use pepper and garlic salt S seasoning. They are juicy and tender

  12. Shake n Bake pork keeps the chops moist and slightly crispy. You can also season the chops then rub with mayo and bake. This keeps them moist. If I have parmesan cheese I mix it in the mayo then rub the chops. I bake at 425 until done depending on thickness about 40 to 45 minutes. I don’t use the thin chops unless I bought by accident. The thin bone in chops only need to cook about 25 minutes.

  13. Phyllis Bolsinger

    I recently saw a recipe for pork chops with bourbon and peaches. I don’t have the recipe with me. I think it was in a BHG magazine.

  14. Jill Marshall Granlund

    Light mustard on each side, dredge in four, brown on each side. Pour over a few cans of chicken with rice soup and simmer for at least an hour.

  15. Jackie Scheidt

    Talk about taking pork chops to a whole new level, these were melt in your mouth delicious!

    Parmesan Baked Pork Chops

    4 boneless pork chops
    1 tbls. olive oil
    1 cup parmesan cheese (I used Kraft)
    1 cup Italian bread crumbs
    1 tsp. pepper
    1 tsp. garlic powder

    On a plate combine the last 4 ingredients. Rub the pork chops with olive oil and then dip (coat) each one in the cheese mixture.

    Press the mixture over the pork chops to make sure they are well covered in it. Line a pan with tin foil and spray with cooking spray. Place the pork chops on the pan and bake at 350 degrees for 40-45 minutes.

  16. I love to make pork chops in the oven, although am sure you could make them in the crock pot, if you wish. It’s so mmm mmm good! And yes, the house smells fabulous when I’m making it!
    Get a roasting pan. Get some cans of cream of mushroom soup, (or you could use whatever cream soup you’d like, if you don’t like cream of mushroom). Spoon some mushroom soup on the bottom of the pan. Layer pork chops on top of the soup. Layer some more soup onto the chops. Slice up some onions and mushrooms. Layer them on as well. If you have lots of chops, continue the layering, with the chopped onions and mushrooms on top. Then, get some broth and pour that over top so everything is able to simmer nicely. Add your favorite spices. I generally use garlic powder, pepper, and seasoning salt. You could even layer in some cut up tomatoes, or sliced zucchini. Whatever you wish. Put the lid on, and shove the pan in the oven. I generally cook it for a couple hours at least, at 350 degrees. Probably closer to three. The longer you leave it, the more the flavors will go through everything, and the more tender the meat is. Take out of the oven and enjoy! 💖
    You can actually make another meal out of this. I had lots of broth left over, with the extras in it, so I added some noodles and rice. Chopped up the meat from a pork chop, and added it as well. Simmer up until the noodles and rice are cooked. Voila, you now have a super yummy soup. Enjoy! 💖

  17. I egg and flour (flour, salt, pepper, paprika) them brown them on both sides then but them in my pressure cooker with water in the bottom cook for 20 at full pressure. They fall off the bone and all but melt in you mouth

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