I love a good pork chop. Unfortunately, often I’m not served a good pork chop. Because they are so lean, it’s very easy for them to get overcooked, dried out, and tough. Boneless pork chops in particular, are even harder to cook right, as they are typically thinner, and without the bone, they cook faster – meaning they overcook faster.
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Cooking a perfect pork chop is about two things: First, combining the right flavors. Second, cooking the actual pork chop right - so it's not dry and tough. Here you'll find both. We've pulled together all the pork chop recipes you could want, and we'll show you how to pair them with flavors that go so well together. Perhaps even more important, here you'll learn how to cook the chop perfect every time. Whether you have thick pork chops, thin pork chops; whether you want to want to bake them, roast them, grill them, pan sear them, or even sous vide them, here you can learn the techniques to make sure your pork chop comes out tender, juicy and tasty every single time.
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