How long to cook pork chops in oven
How Long To Cook Pork Chops In Oven
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- someone who cooks food
- (of food) Be heated so that the condition required for eating is reached
- Heat food and cause it to thicken and reduce in volume
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1/2-ish cup smoked mushrooms, finely diced
1/4-ish cup dried cherries, finely diced
1/4-ish cup pine nuts
1/8-ish cup pitted kalamata olives, finely diced
1/4-ish cup red peppers, finely diced
1/8-ish cup garlic, minced
pat of butter
Mix everything together in bowl, refrigerate.Porky goodness:
Two medium sized loin chops
1" thick, brined for 2 hours in fridge
6 strips bacon
Trim fat from and butterfly chops
out to 1/8" to 1/4" thick, one butterflied "wide" one "narrow". Roll butterflied pork
chops between plastic wrap or tinfoil with a rolling pin to a uniform thickness. Yes it would've been easier to just have larger piece of pork
loin to flay open but all I had on hand were these.
Place filling mixture on wide chop spreading it edge to edge, pressing it into the meat. Roll up filling laden chop into a tight long
roll, take remaining "narrow" chop and wrap it long
itudinally around rolled "wide" chop with filling being sure to cover exposed ends.
Lay bacon out on plastic wrap or tinfoil in overlapping strips, as if you're siding a house with tasty bacon, place another piece of plastic or foil on top and roll out with rolling pin forming bacon together into a "mat" that will be used to wrap the rolled up pork loin.
Wrap said loin log with the bacon and then tie up with cotton string so it won't unwrap itself while cooking (this step isn't strictly needed if you're pretty ginger with how
you handle the loin and you don't let it get too warm before you move it around before cooking)
Roast on roasting pan or rack in oven (I'd suggest 400F) or put on the bbq like I did this time, be sure to use indirect heat or else your bacon wrapping will
catch on fire. Cook until internal temp is ~135F, take out of heat and let rest before cutting string off before serving.
This is my cranberry stuffing in pork chops. The recipe is silly easy.
Make your favourite stuffing recipe, and add dried cranberries to it. Set aside. Cut enough 1"-2" by 1/2" citrus wedges (I used lemons, but you could use oranges if you like). Set aside.
Slit a 1" cut into each pork chop along a side. Use a boning knife or something similar to create a long, deep pocket that's about 1" from the walls.
Using your fingers, scoop of some of the stuffing and shove it down each cavity till they're almost full. Leave enough room to place some citrus wedges in the holes as plugs so the stuffing doesn't fall or seep out as they're being handled and cooked.
Season both sides of each pork chop with sea salt and freshly cracked pepper.
Heat up a skillet till it's good and hot, add some olive oil and place a few pork chops in at a time to sear. When you have a lovely caramel colour on the first side, flip them over to sear the second side. (Each side can take 3-5 mins - depending on how
thick your chops are.)
Remove the chops and place on a baking sheet, drizzle the the tops with a bit of olive oil and cook in a pre-heated 425 degree oven for 35-40 mins.
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