Porchetta Style Pork Chop Recipe
My husband is the Chef in our house and last week he made these AMAZING porkchops! And naturally, I told him he had to share this recipe with all of you.. so here it is in his words:
I was inspired to try this Porchetta Style Pork Chop recipe from watching a video clip via the New York Time’s Melissa Clark. I changed the ingredients (not too much) to suit my particular tastes and by what I had on-hand. I got the pork chops at Meijer. I simply asked the butcher if I could get 1 1/2″ chops and he was very accommodating. Total cost of 4 chops was $12.00!
Also, this is one of those recipes that isn’t as involved as it appears. As a matter of fact it is really quiet simplistic. Enjoy.
Chop about a ¼ cup of each herb. Combine them and bind with 2 tablespoons of good olive oil.
Stuff the a couple of teaspoons of the herb mixture into each Pork Chop. Make sure you put some on the outside of the chop as well.
In a large cast iron skillet heat 2-3 tablespoons of olive oil until starts to smoke. Brown pork chops for 5-minutes per side. Once they are all brown place the meat in the oven for 10 – 15 minutes or until an instant read thermometer displays an internal temperature of 135. We decided to put ours on the grill. Remove pork chops from oven and let stand for 10 minutes. Serve.