July 13, 2012 in Uncategorized
Pork chops in any way are good, right! My family loves pork and we eat it often, so whenever I see or hear something new I can do with pork chops, I am all eyes and ears. I think I have mentioned it before, but my favorite cut of pork is the pork neck chops. They are moist, juicy and even on the grill, they are never dry.
When I browsed through Colonel Harland Sander’s Autobiography and saw this recipe for Apple-Stuffed Pork Chops, I was determined to try. Pork loin chops are often dry, but with the stuffing, the chops should be deliciously moist and tender. The aroma in the kitchen whilst the pork was roasting, was just heavenly and serving this homey, belly-warming pan of food, made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
I made one mistake though, because my chops were really thick, I decided to dry roast them, because I did not want them soggy, I wanted that roast pork flavor. My chops were dry on the outside, so next time I will stick to the Colonel’s idea of roasting it in a little water and apple juice. Lesson learned!