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I am a gravy person. There’s this one fast food restaurant that serves the best gravy for fried chicken.
What I do is, I always order extra gravy just because I can’t get enough of it. I literally pour the gravy onto the chicken; and if there’s a leftover, I drink the sauce in however way I can. My Mom told me that when I was a kid, we always ate at this diner because they always poured extra gravy over my steak, my mashed potatoes, or my pork chops. I used to treat gravy like a soup. Now I know where their extra pounds might have come from—blame the gravy! Just kidding.
This pork chop recipe from the web shows us the easiest way to prepare pork chops. On top of that, there’s this really creamy, buttery sauce that makes the pork chops more extraordinary. They complement the strong flavors of the pork chops. Check out this recipe and you will find out how these velvety pork chops came to happen in just a few easy steps! Yes! It’s not as difficult as it looks! In fact, you might be surprised at how easy this recipe could be.
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Quick Tip: You can use pork chops with the bones still in.