Think the only way to make a pork chop is sticking it in a frying pan and browning it for a few minutes? Well, think again. The reality is that there are dozens of ways to make a simple pork chop into a stand out meal. The best part is that all of these recipes are pretty quick and easy to make. So, get out your pork chops and start cooking!
Mandarin Pork Chops – Made with 4 pork chops, orange juice, brown sugar, lemon juice, chicken stock, green pepper and mandarin oranges. Enjoy this Asian style version with sweet citrus fruit.
Pork Chops with Beer – Made with 6 pork chops, garlic powder, celery soup, beer and seasonings. This dish is “drunk” with flavor.
Barbecued Pork Chops – Made with 8 pork chops, vinegar, dry mustard, brown sugar and chili sauce. A tangy barbecue sauce makes this a winner.
Southern Style Pork Chops – Made with 2 pork chops, onion, bacon, butter and spices. The Southern style gravy will have you smacking your lips.
Easy Breaded Pork Chops – Made with 6 pork chops, flour, eggs, crackers and margarine. Whip up these breaded chops in just a few minutes.
French Onion Soup Pork Chops – Made with 6 pork chops, margarine, French onion soup and brown sugar. Chops are smothered in a rich, onion gravy.
Golden Mushroom Pork Chops – Made with 6 pork chops, onion, mushrooms, mushroom soup and seasonings. Mushroom lovers will really enjoy these.
Classic Baked Pork Chops – Made with 6 pork chops, Italian style bread crumbs, mushroom soup, milk, white wine and seasonings. Breaded and baked chops with a savory mushroom gravy.
Caramel Apple Pork Chops – Made with 4 pork chops, brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, butter, apples and pecans. Apples go great with pork and this dish is a sweet treat.
Stuffed Pork Chops with Gouda and Bacon – Made with 2 pork chops, smoked Gouda cheese, bacon and spices. Melted Gouda cheese, with bacon bits, spilling out of a tender chop. Mmmm.