The Baked Pork Chops They are one of those recipes that are prepared without much effort, but that look divine on the table, especially served in a platter with the accompaniment.
It is a different way to prepare pork chops, which are normally made simply in the pan, flanked by some french fries. In this way we achieve a healthier and, above all, tastier preparation.
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Ingredients for 4 people
4 pork chops, 100 gr. bacon in strips, 1 large onion, 3 medium potatoes, 1 lemon, 1 splash of red wine, 2 cloves of garlic, rosemary and oregano
How to make baked pork chops
As I have already advanced, it is about a very easy recipe to prepare. Basically you have to take the ingredients and put them in the oven, although you have to do it with a bit of order and concert, so that everything is cooked in its own time.
The first thing is to peel the legs and cut them into more or less large cubes, we also cut the onion into julienne strips, the bacon into strips and the garlic into slices. Add all these ingredients to a baking tray lightly greased with oil and sprinkle them with the lemon juice, the zest of the skin, a splash of red wine, salt and a pinch of oregano.
We introduce the tray in the oven preheated to 200º for 20 or 25 minutes, according to the size of the potatoes and how we like them in fact. Meanwhile, lightly brown the pork chops in a skillet. After those 20 or 25 minutes, we take the tray out of the oven, add the chops on top and put it back in another 20 minutes. Spraying a little more red wine if we see that it has been completely absorbed.
Processing time | 1 hour Difficulty | Easy
The Baked Pork Chops, with their rich side of potatoes, onion and bacon, they are a delicious way to enjoy this affordable piece of meat. The flavor left by the red wine combines well with the pork and the potatoes are very tasty.
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