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These chops are simply brilliant – there’s nothing more to say.
Pork chops were never a rarity growing up. I think in the 70’s they were one of the food groups. I think it was something like pork chops, applesauce, broccoli, and milk; chocolate milk if we were lucky. Sadly, though they were delicious they were all the same. That was until one day when we went to my aunt’s house. She was the cool aunt that always had a bunch of eclectic things in her house and was fun. Always laughing, that’s how I remember her. Anyway, she was serving pork chops but like none I have ever had before.
I couldn’t believe how simple it was! I begged my mom to get the recipe, and she did. Then we had them that way forever! As I got older I requested that recipe and I was shocked there were only 4 ingredients aside from the pork chops, how incredibly simple!
If you’re anything like me, the simpler a meal is to prepare, the better. i mean, who has time to slave away in the kitchen mulling over a list of ingredients the length of a football field? Not this lady! So, it is needless to say that we will be scarfing down these easy peasy pork chops more than a few times a month.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Avocado Pesto
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Quick Tip: You can omit the onion, but they do add a lot of flavor, garlic may be a good sub.