Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Pork Choppy!

How do you cook pork chop? Pork chops are more popular than ever. Most pork chops are tender and need only a quick sear in a hot skillet, or a brief sizzle on the grill. But for me, what I do is marinate the meat the night before using the pork chop season mix. When I marinate the meat I always add beer or wine on it, a little bit of sugar and a little bit of lemon juice. That's my secret!...lol. I found a great pork chop recipe online, you should try to check it out if you are planning on making pork chops.





8 diner's comment:

Lulu said...

i cook mine in a simple way too...

just dredge it in a flour seasoned with garlic salt and pepper then fry... easy as 123

Cecile said...

kalami man ani uy; akong bana ganahan na sa pork chops; will try imong recipes, dhemz :-)!

Fine Life Folk said...

Siguro the lemon juice makes a subtle difference. Lasa pa ba? The garnish is also makes the pork chop more attractive. Nice food preparation.

shydub said...

ayay, gipaspasan mn ug mga lagmiang pagkaon. prito sa porkchop mao na madali nku tsang. pero kung feel nku magluto ako i breed sa bread crumbs ug uban png chi chi buritchi aron lami sd. try nya ko ni imu style, ky mura yummo mn hitsura.

Manang Kim said...

i love pork chop and you can cook it any many different ways.

misty said...

Wow ang galing naman ng site na ito sis kakaumpisa mo pa lang, mababa na agad ung alexa.. good job.. ako lahat ng blogs ko, naglulundagan ang alxa and rr hahaha..

wala lang, namimiss lang kita hehehe..

mukahang masarap tomg porkchop ah...

Clarissa said...

???anong alexa and rr??hahaha!!At naki chizmiz pa lol!!Minsan lang kami napo-pork choppy--kulang sa budget lol!!^_^

imelda said...

o yeah my kids love pork chop too i will definitely try this. drunken pork chip is what il call this.