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3.5.14

PAN FRIED PORK CHOPS


I dare anyone to pan fry lean, thick slices of pork chops without tenderizing in salt first. Guaranteed the chops will be dry. But not these ones! These were soft as butter and the only flavouring they required was sitting at room temperature for 2 hours after a light sprinkling with Chef’s Salt. The mushrooms were an afterthought. 

These were the contributing factors: 
1. Tenderizing in salt 
2. Medium cooking temperature 
3. Using a well fitting lid 
4. Resting the meat for 10 minutes 

Absolutely delicious!





3 thick, boneless pork chops 
sprinkling of Chef’s Salt 
1 Tbsp olive oil 
1 Tbsp butter 
1 cup sliced button mushrooms [optional] 

• Wash the pork chops and pat dry with paper towels. 
• Place on a small tray and lightly sprinkle with Chef’s Salt on both sides. 
• Let the chops sit for two hours at room temperature. 
• Heat a non stick skillet on medium heat. 
• Add the chops. 
• On medium heat slowly sauté chops, turning over until no longer pink. 
• Place a well fitting lid on the top and continue to slowly sauté chops for 20 minutes. 
• Lift the lid and when all the moisture has been reabsorbed, add the sliced mushrooms. 
• Sauté for 2 minutes and remove from heat. 
• Transfer to a serving plate and cover with the warm lid that was used for cooking. 
• Let the chops rest for 10 minutes to allow the fibers to relax. 
• Serve chops in whole or sliced.


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