This sounds delicious and I have all the ingredients so think I will try it tonight and with the salad. SC
Good recipe… enjoy!
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Having company next weekend so I’m trying but tweeting a little……I’m using bone in chops and tarragon for the herb……looking forward to cooking….
That sounds great! :)
Hmmm…are you pounding them down or cooking them covered? Mine are VERY rare looking and are only getting to about 95 degrees after about 4-5 min on each side. I’ve turned the heat down and covered them and they seem to be coming up to temp. Smells yummy!
Hi Katy! If I remember correctly I did cover them a bit after browning them. How thick are yours?
So good!!! I made this with homemade beef broth instead of chicken broth- but other than that I didn’t change a thing. I served it with goat cheese mashed potatoes and sautéed spinach with mushrooms- beyond delicious! Simple, but an impressive meal- perfect for dinner guest! Thanks for sharing!!!
That’s awesome! Your side dishes sound so good!! Thanks for your comment and for visiting my blog :)
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awesome photos! they look and sound wonderful!!!
Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you’ll give these as try and let me know how it goes. :)
Who in this world doesn’t love a sexy pork chop? Hopefully no one! This looks so cozy and wonderful for a cold winter’s eve dinner. We love pork chops so thanks for sharing and Happy “Sexy Chop” Holidays.
Thanks, Teresa. Enjoy the sexy pork chops!! Merry Christmas!
Wow … I never considered Pork chops to be sexy but … hmmmmm. You may be onto something here. :) Thx for stopping by Deb.
My husband thinks everything about a pig is sexy. The man loves it!
Excellent … :)
Ok.. This sauce is AMAZING. I’ve had it 3 times this week and I have also poured it on some seasoned French fries. It’s too easy and absolutely delish!!!!!
Awesome!! Jennifer, I am so happy you like this recipe. Thanks so much for the comment. I love to here from readers! 😊
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Sounds Yummy! Making this tonight since I want to jazz up pork chops and try something different! What wine works best? I usually only have a sweet white wine on hand? Thanks for sharing
We paired this with a Chardonnay, but I bet you could pair this with a nice Riesling or Rosé. I hope you enjoy them as much as we did.
Thanks for your comment!
Sexy is right! These are LUSCIOUS!
Hi Kay! Thanks for commenting! Hope you enjoy them. :)
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