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I think that there might be about as many ways to make great pork chops as to make a tasty chicken dish. This recipe involves a bit of stove-top cooking and a bit of baking in the oven to yield a dish that is savory, earthy, moist, and with just the right amount of soft tartness to draw out the other flavors. This French Onion Pork Chop recipe is a relatively quick and simple way to bring a gourmet meal to your dinner table. It’s great savory flavor, ready in under an hour.
One of my dear cousins is so in love with this dish that he always calls me before he travels to meet us. I can hear it over the phone that he wants to ask me to make this for dinner, but he’s too embarrassed to do so… Until I ask if there’s a favorite dish he’d like to have while visiting us. It’s always this one!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Kudos Kitchen
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