Savory Beer Pork Chops
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 20 min.
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This was easy to prepare with ingredients that I have on hand. The sauce was really thin. I also added some seasonings like salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
Oh my gosh we really liked this recipe and we will prepare it again! So easy, simple ingredients on hand. I did add powdered garlic and chili flakes. Hubby really raves over this one!!
These were great and even my tots liked them. I dredged them in flour, also, with sazon tropical seasoning. Added sliced baby reds amd some onion to it. I ised yuengling for the beer. Coming fresh hot out the pot, they are juicy and tender.
THIS dish was awesome ?? easy and good! ONE ??? hint: dredge your chops in flour before searing food then follow recipe! Recommend serving with fresh sauce steamed rice ??! MEat ?? comes out with a great sauce
I made this with 6 boneless pork chops instead of 4 and had leftovers. The first time we ate these we felt that the pork was tough. I put the leftover pork and sauce in a ziplock bag. When cooking the leftovers, I dumped the contents of the ziplock bag into a frying pan, covered it and cooked it over a low heat, 30 minutes each side like I do for another pork recipe which produces a very tender piece of meat. In the future, I will season and brown the recipe and then do the low and slow method because we loved it the way it produced a nice tender and flavorful pork chop.
This was a big hit with the whole family. The pork chops were moist and flavorful. A definite keeper!
These had good flavor & were tender. Next time I will use 1/4 c beer instead of 3/4. I used Beck's beer.Volunteer Field Editor
These were pretty good, for pork chops. I used the recipe as a starting point only, since we did not have any beer. Instead I prepared it with BBQ sauce and peach-pecan flavored whiskey. DH liked it so I'll probably make it again sometime.
Double the sauce! Easy meal and good with mashed potato boats or rice.