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  • Pork chop is one of the best parts of pork
  • But the problem is, grilled is not as tasty as fried

    • by dimples15

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      Pork chop is one of the best parts of pork. Though belly is my ultimate lunch partner if there are no calories to worry, I still occasionally try pork chop. One piece of pork chop is not sinful to one who is counting the calories. You can grill it to spare additional fat if you fry it. But the problem is, grilled is

      not as tasty as fried. One variation I have tried is using maple syrup as the sauce in cooking pork chop.


      2 pcs. pork chops

      1 small clove garlic, minced

      a pinch of salt and pepper

      2 tbsp maple syrup

      2 tbsp mustard

      1 tsp olive oil


      You need to preheat the skillet for 5 minutes under medium heat. Combine all ingredients in a ...

      • bowl. Mix thoroughly

        until the mixture turns smooth. In a large container with a tight cover, pour the combined ingredients. Shake thoroughly to coat the chops. Place the chops on the skillet, cooking 3-4 minutes per side. In the last minute of cooking, pour the remaining mustard mixture onto the chops.

        This recipe can be served with sweet potato as side dish or

        for those who are conscious about calories or those who wants to escape rice. The taste of pork chop here is sweet but the spices like pepper makes the tastes hot and flavorful. But if you wonder how does it taste like, it is generally sweet. This is the type of cooking when you want your chops to be sweet but not too sugary.

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