How about stove top pork stuffing and peas with pearl onions. Make some corn bread or homemade biscuits with honey butter to go with it. Yum, now I'm hungry.
The best side dish for pork chops has to be sauerkraut.. And, of course, apple sauce.. Both work really well with pork chops...
sliced apples lightly fried in butter. Be careful not to overcook. Excellent side dish to any pork dish. As a variety try adding apple juice to the fried slices and baste the meat.
Watching my health and weight I choose baked fries with low salt content and a salad. It is delicious and perfect to fill you up. My husband and I have this quite often and I grill the chop on the stove top with no-fat butter spray for that grilled flavor, maybe use a no salt grilling herb, then bake it covered a few minutes to make it juicy and tender. Wrap in aluminum foil for a no mess meal but still place on a baking sheet to prevent accidents or fire.
Pork chops are great with a cool fruit salad complemented with cranberries, pineapples, and grapes. The base of the salad is a combo of marshmallow creme and heavy whipping cream. Sounds unconventional, but oh so yummy!
by Paul Edmondson 8 years ago
I cooked double cut pork chops on my Kamado tonight. i loaded up the Kamado with charcoal, let it burn down a bit until it was really hot, then I threw four juicy pork chops on the grill right over the fire for about two minutes a side. The Kamado was at about 650 degrees. Then I...
by paradigmsearch 5 years ago
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by archdaw 9 years ago
I took out pork chops to cook but, I am always frying them. Need a new way to cook these chops tonight. Please give me ingredients also. Thank you!
by ksorensen2003 6 years ago
Does anyone have any good pork chop recipes because I would like to make pork chops one day?
by Barbara Sloan 6 years ago
What is your favorite side dish at Thanksgiving?What is the side dish you can't do without when Thanksgiving dinner is served?
by suncat 7 years ago
What is the best way to prepare and make a dish with potatoes?
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