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Juicy Pork Loin Chop Recipe



Cook a delicious, juicy pork loin chop every time with this simple recipe–and use a lot of onion and garlic!–especially garlic (those two ingredients are actually good for you, so why not use a lot?). Print the complete recipe at http://www.myfoodchannel.com/pork-loin-chop-recipe/ Also, this dish will go well with whatever beer is on sale.
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Pork Loin Chop Recipe

PORK LOIN CHOP
2 Tbsp OLIVE OIL
1 lg ONION (sliced)
6-8 cloves GARLIC (rough chopped)
fresh ROSEMARY
SALT and PEPPER to taste

Season both sides of chop before cooking–and don’t be timid with the seasoning–it’ll make all the difference! I often use just salt and pepper (black pepper AND cayenne), but experiment with your favorite seasonings, too–every now and then I’ll season up chops with ground ginger

and saute them with onion and sliced, fresh ginger–it’s pretty damn good.
Heat olive oil in a skillet (skillet should be suitable for stovetop and oven)–not smoking hot, but pretty damn hot–we want to sear the pork and seal in the flavor.
Place chops in the skillet; they should sizzle when they hit the pan. Add fresh rosemary sprigs. Cook chops 3-4 minutes on one side and then turn. This is for chops approx. 1″ thick–adjust cooking times according to the size of the chop you use. Move chops in pan to mix with oil and rosemary. Add sliced onion and garlic. Cook chop 3-4 minutes on second side, then remove skillet from stovetop and slide skillet into oven preheated to 350 degrees F. Cook another 4-5 minutes and return to stovetop. Remove chops from skillet and set aside to rest.
Continue cooking onion and garlic with rosemary on medium/low heat to desired doneness.
Top chops with onion and garlic and serve.
That’s it…super easy and super flavorful–it’s a great way to cook up a juicy chop without drying it out.

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42 comments

  1. what is the point of 4-5 mins in the oven ! .. it's only an overall cook … just cover the pan with a release for the steam. same effect .. in fact let the bugger steam, you will get a more tender chop!

  2. Man you do magic with that electric stove. Gas stove is so much easier. Great job!

  3. I brown chops add onion ,garlic,either green peppers sliced or tomatoes and cook in ven about 1hour or until tender.. I'm going to try your recipe next time..

  4. Thank you for this. I chose to view your video because it looks like you have primitive cooking items like me. I like simple cooking. I am feeling inspired in my small apartment kitchen. Looking forward to making my chops Saturday night for my 19 & 22 year old son's that I am making dinner for. Going to do garlic roasted potatoes and broccoli with mine.

  5. I have dreaded cooking my chops because it was time consuming.  I'm trying this in the next 10 minutes,  Thank you!  BLESSINGS!

  6. NOPE – NO way those chops are cooked through!

  7. Awesome! so yummy and super simple!!! Thank you.

  8. I rarely cook pork chops… but my daughter wanted them. I Googled “how to cook pork chops chef buck” lmao. Like I just knew you are the type of man to cook a good chop. ( like everything else I see you make) you really need a show.

  9. You are so funny!!!!

  10. Mmmm looks good. Definitely gonna give this a try. Hopefully no more dry pork chops 😀

  11. I love your subliminal messages. 😉

  12. I love that vintage stove! Great recipe too.

  13. wow,. I so much appreciate that you cut into that baby at the end. I would appreciate even more a description of what you tasted and what the texture was as well. was it tough? tender? How were those flavors lending themselves to the meat? You know what I mean… You be well. bye now

  14. beautiful❤

  15. dinner 2nite!

  16. Chef Buck, you are the man. Great video. Thank you!!!

  17. sounds like gay porn

  18. looks great,is there a video for the sweet potato mash

  19. WOW, That looks delicious!

  20. Try cooking your onions and garlic first to get a nice clear/brown color. Put aside in bowl, then do the chops, oven, out of oven then back on stove to heat up w onions and garlic again.

  21. There is a mention of your side dish, sweet potato something? Do you have a name and recipe? I've watched the video 3 times to get the name of it.

  22. I think it's important to stress temperature. Pork should be cooked to a internal temp of 145 -160. Take out of the oven at around 145 and let it rest (wrapped in foil) for around 10 min. The proteins will continue to heat up with carry over heat.

  23. this is similar to what i usually make only onions are chopped more and there are mushrooms as well. I also never tried the oven thing though i may have too. thanks

  24. Gotta make sure the pork is cooked wellllll donw cause that shit dangerous dirty ass pigs worst meat out there

  25. I don't think those chops were cooked thoroughly

  26. Great video Chef Buck, I going to try this tomorrow.
    Quick question, is that a non stick skillet you are using in this video?

  27. dude i really love your video! you legit saved me . living on my own, not much time to cook, no real experience in the kitchen and this simple recipe is amazing and takes no time!

  28. Hi looks great

  29. YOU ARE A FREAKING GENIUS….YOU DEFINITELY HAVE THE TOUCH !!!
    I COOKED MY PORK CHOPS EXACTLY LIKE YOU SAID….REWINDING THE VIDEO ABOUT A MILLION TIMES, AND THEN IT WAS TIME TO TASTE YOUR MASTER PIECE. ….MY LORD YOU TOOK MY TASTE BUDS TO HEAVEN AND BACK !!!!! (SIMPLE BUT PURE PERFECTION )
    THANK YOU MY PERSONAL CHEF….THANK YOU, THANK YOU , THANK YOU.

  30. My SUPER uninteresting life on Earth

    That's a lot of onions! 😐

  31. This looks really good. Any tips on reheating if I want to take this to work for lunch?

  32. made it for dinner tonight, using Tuscan garlic seasoning.  Drug out the cast iron frying pan and served up juicy, flavorful  chops and will be making this way again and again.  In the time it took for the chops to cook, the potatoes were done for mashing and the asparagus was steamed perfectly.  Thanks so much.

  33. these pork loin chops are awesome, my whole family loved them,, thanks for the recipe!

  34. Kristiane Schweitzer

    Thank you so much! Super easy to prepare and cook. It was absolutely delicious!

  35. Chef Buck this video is AWESOME. I'm making these on my tove stop tonight! 😉

  36. Cookin the chops tonite. Thanks🌞

  37. loved this it tasted so good when I made this.

  38. oh yes that looks realy good!

  39. does the internal temp vary per chop cut? is 170deg. a general temp for all cuts?

  40. Oh YUMMMMMMMM!! Easy-peasy to make and so, so, so, luscious. I can almost smell the wonderful aromas through the screen…lol lol. Nice video, easy to follow, clear, and to the point. Good job, Chef Buck. Thank you. Thumbs up (y)

  41. much

  42. so juicy thanks so mic

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