Obviously, this horrible situation needed to be fixed, STAT! (#firstworldproblems) And now I’ve got quite a few pork chops recipes that I love enough to pass on (and I’m still working on more, because yum!)
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F. Divide the rice mixture into 6-8 portions (depending on how many pork chops you have), and wrap a pork chop around each portion.
A little while back, my sister called me up and asked for a pork chop recipe. And at that moment, I realized that I not only didn’t have a favorite pork chop recipe. I just didn’t have any pork chops recipes at all. Which for all the comfort food cooking I do just seems wrong.
Okay up to about 3 minutes your pork chops are ready to be turned over we're going to see the nice golden brown on one side. This is about how you want it, get some caramelization going on and then they're going to be cooked more in the oven later. Ain't that beautiful. Depending on your pan some of these are going to be browned that others and it's going to be just fine, what your going to want is put a nice sere to fill in all the beautiful juices. So later on you'll see, how your going to, it's almost like a braze it's going to be some liquid, and which it will be our beef stock so lets cook about another 3, 4 minutes on this side get them golden brown, and that side to and then we're ready for our next step.