Fresh Herb Stuffed Pork Chops

Stuffed Pork Chops

A Fresh Take on Pork Chops

When is the last time your family was excited about pork chops? Can’t remember? Would you like to receive cheers at the dinner table? It is about time you receive the praise your efforts and cooking deserve! Let us help you with our Fresh Herb Stuffed Pork Chops. This quick dish is sure to change the way your family thinks of pork chops forever! Spend twenty minutes preparing the meal and another forty to bake then sit back and revel in the victory of your dish.

Fresh Ingredients

We call this our fresh herb stuffed pork chops not just because of the herbs you will use but also because of how fresh and light the meal will feel when you eat it. In order to achieve ultimate freshness, you will need two tablespoons of chopped celery leaves and one tablespoon of chopped onion. Divide two tablespoons of butter and two thirds cup of chicken broth. Then reach into the pantry and pull out three fourths of the bread crumbs. You have your choice of either one tablespoon of minced fresh parsley or one teaspoon of dried parsley flakes. Either way, it will be delicious. Now for all those fresh herbs! You will need half a teaspoon of salt, paprika and rubbed sage. Top off your list of herbs with one fourth teaspoon of dried thyme and pepper. Of course, you’ll need a couple pork loin chops. They are best at one and one fourth inches thick. Altogether this makes two servings.

Step One

This meal can be completed in just two easy steps. Pull out your skilled and saute the onion and celery leaves. Melt the one teaspoon of butter along with them until everything is soft. Once the celery leaves and onions are tender, remove your skillet from the heat and mix in your bread crumbs. Add one third cup of broth as well as all of your seasonings. Mix it all together until everything is fully integrated. Now take your pork chops and slice a pocket into the side. Choose the fat side of the chop and cut until you are nearly at the bone. Then spoon at least half a cup of stuffing into the pork chop pocket. In order to keep all that goodness in try using toothpicks or some string. Flavor free floss is also a great alternative.

Step Two

Now melt the rest of your butter in the skillet. Leave the pork chops on the skillet until each side is brown. Then pull out a greased eleven inch by seven inch baking dish. Set the pork chops in the dish and smother them with the remaining broth. Cover the dish with tin foil and bake for forty to forty five minutes at three hundred and fifty degrees. You’ll know its ready when all the juices from the pork chops run clear. Take off whatever you used to secure the chops, serve and enjoy the praise!



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