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Response to shireen (Original post)

Sun Jan 15, 2012, 07:10 AM

2. Pork chops are best browned on one side only.

 

It's like fish--don't try to get a good sear on both sides.

Next time, cook like this--

Let meat sit out to take the chill off it. About 30-45 minutes, keeping meat under wax paper.

Use a medium-high heat to quickly sear one side of the meat--that will be the side you will serve 'up.'

Flip to just get the other side barely cooked.

Do your simmer, but make it a little looser--a few tablespoons of water or one of water, one of apple cider.

Only simmer about 5-10 minutes.

Pork cops cook quick.

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