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Easy Garlic Pork Chops Recipe

Updated on February 21, 2013

Easy Garlic Pork Chops Recipe


The other night I heard something anyone who takes pride in their cooking loves to hear. “Wow, that was good!” I came up with a simple pork chops recipe that was absolutely delicious and is REALLY easy to prepare. The best part is, all the ingredients you will need for this pork chop recipe are most likely sitting in your kitchen. Plus, it only takes about ten to fifteen minutes to prepare. I hope you and your family enjoy these pork chops as much as mine does.



Pork Chops-bone in or out, as many as you need

1 Stick of Butter


Garlic Seasoning-not garlic powder or garlic salt



  1. Remove pork chops from freezer bag or packaging.
  2. Rinse pork chops and place on paper towels.
  3. Add at least half a stick of butter to skillet and heat.
  4. While butter is heating in skillet, sprinkle some salt on top of pork chops.
  5. Then shake garlic seasoning on pork chops. Give the pork chops a good covering of the garlic seasoning. Enough so that it looks like most of the meat has some on it.
  6. Once butter is hot, add pork chops with seasoned side down.
  7. Add salt and garlic seasoning to the side facing up. Use just as much as you did in step 5.
  8. Let this cook on one side for 2-3 minutes then turn over.
  9. Reduce heat and cover.
  10. Let cook for 5 or 6 minutes then flip over once more. Add more butter if necessary.
  11. Remove from skillet and serve.

Topping Options


If you serve with mashed potatoes, you can add a little water to the butter that is left in the skillet and heat to boiling. Then put the juice in a bowl and you can add over the top of your potatoes. I know this doesn’t sound the healthiest, but it is delicious!


            I like to serve these with mashed potatoes and green beans. Of course, I cook my green beans a little different as well.


            Like I said, this is a pretty easy pork chops recipe that packs a lot of punch. So, next time you're wondering about good recipes for pork chops, please give this one a try. I also love to hear any feedback from those who have tried it.


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      6 years ago

      This was delicious! Love it!


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