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Wow, The Crust On This Is Divine!
When I was a kid, my mother used to make the most delicious pork chops! I don’t know why, but somehow I thought they were really difficult to prepare so I never tried to make them when I grew up and moved into my own house. Of course, I was totally wrong – cooking pork chops isn’t difficult at all. Later on I started experimenting with different recipes – I was never quite happy with the result as I thought they definitely didn’t look or taste as perfect as the ones my mother made. But then I came across this recipe!
Would you believe that you can have six pork chops that look that beautiful in just half an hour? And, being crunchy and savory on the outside and juicy and tender on the inside, these Double Crunch Pork Chops taste wonderful, too.
The Homemade Honey Garlic Sauce makes for a nice finishing touch and likely would go well on a number of other meat dishes. I have to say, it had been a while since I had pork chops with a crust anywhere close to this good, especially from a recipe that called for the pork chops to be pan-fried. I believe that this is what we Southerners call “chicken-fried”: get a good, solid crust on the outside that seals all the moisture and flavor inside it. Boy, is it tasty!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Rock Recipes
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Quick tip: Adjust the amount of cayenne pepper to your liking.