Balsamic Pork Chops


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Balsamic Glazed Pork Chops with Cauliflower Puree recipe

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Ingredients. 1 1/2 teaspoons McCormick® Minced Garlic. 1 teaspoon McCormick® Basil Leaves. 1/2 teaspoon McCormick® Coarse Ground Black Pepper. 1/2 teaspoon salt.

4 bone-in pork chops, 1/2-inch thick. Like PORK CHOPS! Ordinarily, Balsamic Reduction is made with just balsamic vinegar and sugar. For this recipe, I’ve added onion which not only adds more flavour into the sauce, i t also creates volume so you can piled the sauce over. Directions Sprinkle pork chops with 1/2 teaspoon salt and pepper.

In a large skillet, brown chops in 1 tablespoon butter. Remove and keep warm. Mix olive oil, balsamic vinegar, garlic, rosemary, salt and pepper together in a bowl.

Dip pork chops in marinade, coating both sides. Place pork chops in a plastic zip top bag or shallow bowl. Pour remaining marinade over pork chops. How to Make Balsamic Vinegar Pork Chops Prepare long-grain wild rice according to the package directions.

While that simmers, start the pork chops. In a shallow dish, add minced fresh rosemary to flour, salt, and pepper. Heat oil in a 12-inch heavy skillet over moderately high heat until hot but not smoking, then cook pork (in 2 batches if necessary) along with.

Heat sesame oil in a large skillet over high heat. Add pork chops to the hot skillet and cook for 2 to 3 minutes per side. Reduce heat to medium and season chops with more salt, pepper, and chili powder.

Pork Chops with Balsamic Vinegar Pork. boneless pork loin chops, lemon pepper, vegetable oil, balsamic vinegar and 2 more. Sprinkle pork chops with pepper flakes, salt and pepper. In a large skillet, heat oil over medium heat. Add pork; cook for 5-7 minutes on each side.

Place the pork chops in a large ziplock bag. In a small bowl, whisk together the balsamic vinegar, olive oil, dijon mustard, garlic, salt, pepper, red pepper flakes, and rosemary.

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For a flavorful pan sauce, we made a sweet-tart reduction of ruby port, tart balsamic vinegar, tangy dried cherries, and savory thyme that perfectly complemented the pork.

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TRIPLE-PLAY GLAZE A sweet and sticky glaze of cider, brown sugar, soy sauce, vinegar, and mustard went into the pan to finish cooking the chops.

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Reduce the heat to medium-low, add butter, lemon juice and 2 to 3 pieces of reserved thyme, then baste chops constantly for about 2 minutes.

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Return chops to skillet, browned side up, and add glaze mixture; cook over medium heat until chops register 145 degrees, 5 to 8 minutes.

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Sprinkle the chops with half the salt and half the pepper, add to the pan, and sauté over high heat for about 3½ minutes.

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In a shallow baking pan, roast 4 large YELLOW ONIONS, quartered, in 1/2 cup BALSAMIC VINEGAR and 2 TBS OLIVE OIL until brown and fragrant, about 40 minutes.

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Balsamic-Rosemary Sauce In 1-quart saucepan, combine 2/3 cup balsamic vinegar, 2 tablespoons brown sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, and 12 teaspoon pepper and heat to boiling over medium heat.

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For the glaze, a quick combination of maple syrup, cider vinegar, Dijon mustard, and thyme provided just the right balance of flavors, and briefly reducing it in the skillet gave it the perfect consistency for coating our chops.

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This recipe is all about the dynamic combination of meat and acid—lemon juice, in this case, which, along with garlic and anchovy, flavors the salad of wilted bitter greens that are mounded on top of the chops.

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Reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer until chops register 145 degrees, 8 to 12 minutes.

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  • I did this pork the same exact way but instead of brown sugar, I put 1/4 of real maple syrup. It was delicious. You should give that a try. Next time I’ll do brown sugar if I have it handy.
    Thank u:-)

  • I literally just made this as I had pork chops and wanted to try a new recipe. I used corn syrup instead of maple syrup and it’s delicious. Thanks for this great recipe

  • i just made this for my girlfriend and i, she loves it and i love it! amazing! thanks so much. we also added three times as much cayenne, we like it spicy!:)

  • I made this for dinner last night, another tasty meal! Pork is easy to dry out, but this came out tender and juicy. And the cauliflower puree added a creamy element that paired perfectly with the tangy balsamic sauce. Thanks again Steve!

  • Made this last night. So good! Small complaint. You forgot to add brown sugar to the ingredient list but had it in your video It was awesome and I think your awesome. I’m going to make more of your dishes. Cheers!!

  • In what universe does thick pork chops get to 150 degrees in 10 minutes at 450? Maybe if they were thrown into a lava flow they’d get there in this timeframe. I call BS.

  • By far my favorite food videos on youtube. Wonderful food, straight to the point, and the lovely ladies that I cook for seem to love them too. I always give you the credit though when they ask where I learned some of the recipes sir haha. Cheers Steve!

  • Wow, I have been watching your videos for a few months and have never been dissapointed, your food looks great and you present it so nicely. Love your videos keep them coming!

  • Hi Shaywill34 we appreciate the encouragement. I definitely want to get back to filming new videos soon. We’ve just been busy with other things, but thank you for watching!

  • I my goodness, That has to be the most appetizing plate I have seen in a while. It looks like an amazingly flavorful light dish that would make anybody very happy. Well Done!

  • Made this tonight Steve and went down very well. Beautiful sauce too. Cauliflower puree was a bit lumpy, but my hand blender isn’t that great and i ended up wearing most of it.

    I did give myself more peas & it looked less dainty!

  • DUDE, what is up with your guys’s cross contamination practices?? Seriously, who reviews these videos? Half the guys sound like they just smoked a bowl with me, but this video the guy commits not one but two and almost three nasty cross contamination issues and I don;t need to narrate them out for you, just watch it again. I don’t like that man, and they better not delete this comment because this was an honest objective opinion of this Traeger video. Thank you.

  • Outstanding! Thank u so very much. As a single dad raising three boys, Im always grateful for easy taste-filled recipes. I love to cook and this recipe just made it to our top 10 list 😉

  • I came by your recipe quite by accident and boy what a find. Not was the recipe great but you are a joy to watch! I think I’ll subscribe today. Keep Cooking!

  • excellent recipe victoria. both my wife and I really enjoyed it. thank you for posting this video. you made it seem so easy that I tried to do it and it came out primo. thanks again

  • Hey Victoria,tried this tonight, nice flavour, thanks. ill slow cook it next time and maybe thicken the sauce. but it was wonderful Miss. can I send you a recipe

  • ‘Religion of Paul’?? What does that even mean?
    Jesus’s words:Matthew 15:11 NIV
    New International Version
    What goes into a man’s mouth does not make him ‘unclean,’ but what comes out of his mouth, is what makes him ‘unclean.”

  • You can use honey. I suppose you can use oyster sauce but it’s going to be absolutely different taste. Thank you for using my recipes!

  • Hi Victoria. That is a lovely presentation! wanna try it later and I hope I can be able to get the same taste as yours..By the way, if I don’t have that syrup, can I use the oyster sauce as a replacement?thanks again..

  • well, I taste the pork chop and I say “damn, pig, you are delicious. Thank Darwin im an atheist because this Chef Victoria has made my life a million times better with this awesome pork chop recipe. YUMS IN MY TUMS.

  • I am Jewish and I’m eating this animal. Not all Jewish people are religions. I like It, and by the way it was growing organically by my friends. If you don’t want to eat it you don’t have to do so. Free country far all. Have a great day:-)

  • Thanks, the idea is that it is home cooking and not chefy restaurant cooking but steel very welcoming and good.
    PS half of the time I made it with dry ingredients.

  • I love the imperfection of this video: forgetting the name of the herb, not having the processor fully plugged in, crowding the pan, eating directly from the pile of pork chops. This is a cool video and the recipe sounds pretty darn good. I’m going to try it. Unfortunately, I only have dried ginger and rosemary and I’m too lazy right now to go get some fresh. Im going to give it a shot with the dry stuff just to get an idea of how this dish could taste. Fresh is definitely better though.

  • OO Thanks happy to help. You may be should check my slow cooker recipes like chilli and pot roasts. They are easy to make and can easily feed family.

  • Just watched this one again. The Funny thing was I made some simple Pork Chops and was eating them while watching this video. If i knew earlier I would of tried doing this one for the Balsamic Glaze. Anyway on my “To Make List”. I need to buy one those hand blenders though.

  • Victoria, the preparation to the finishing product looks fantastic! I’m going to cook this meal soon and introduce it to my family. Thanks..

  • I made these for my family and they loved them. My nephew has actually been begging me to make them again so we’re having them for dinner tonight. Very easy and very flavorful.

  • The Camera angles are just too amazing and really helps make the dish shine through as well. Feels like I’m just mere inches from the food. The Cauliflower Puree well that was something new i’ve never seen anyone do so great learning something new there too. A really amazing dish.

  • I haven’t had Balsamic Pork Chops in soooooo long, and I wish that was not the case! They are so delicious! That Rosemary flavor is beyond describing! Great video!!!

  • Oh dat looks yummy. I just took porkchops out of the freezer and will make this for dinner with a twist. I have a bunch of plums to use up. TY for sharing.

  • Thats a fine looking dish right there Steve, and the cauliflower puree, I would have downed a tall glass of that stuff…….!!!

  • Haha @favoritefella. Yup. I also work with and they sent me some products from Honey Ridge Farms so I could do a couple product placement videos for them. This video was up on their facebook fan page for a while.