16 Quick-Fix Pork Chop Suppers
These pork chop recipes will keep your family dinner fresh, delicious, and under budget.
The basil butter is the star here: It seasons the pork and adds an herby, rich flavor to the roasted squash.
The crunch of these baked pork chops is utterly satisfying.
We love a rub. It's easier and less messy than a marinade and gives through-and-through flavoring.
Breakfast for dinner is always a welcome surprise. Use biscuits to make the sandwiches, and serve with fresh fruit to balance out the meal.
Asiago cheese, breadcrumbs, herbs, and spices serve as the filling for these stuffed pork chops. Simply stuff the pork chops and stick them in the oven—it's that easy!
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- Recipe: Balsamic Pork Chops
You'll get rave reviews with this recipe! The sauce's sweet-and-spicy combination is mouthwatering and so easy, too. This pork chops recipe will easily become a staple in your home.
A bottle or barbecue sauce and sweet orange marmalade help you get this meal ready fast! Using thin, boneless pork chops will reduce the cook time even more. Even picky eaters will love these flavorful pork chops.
It doesn't get much more Southern than fried pork with creamy gravy. Serve with cornbread and mashed potatoes to round of this easy Southern supper.
Full of flavor, these pork chops are surprisingly easy to make. All you'll need is a jar of jalapeño pepper jelly, basil, and white wine.
- Recipe: Jalapeño-Basil Pork Chops
These light pork chops are flavored with a salsa made of beans, cilantro, tomatoes, and jalapeño. You can easily make the salsa in advance so you'll have dinner on the table in no time.
An herb-mustard butter is not only delicious on pork chops, but it gives them an impressive finish. Serve these for an easy weeknight meal or at a dinner party. No one will know they took less than 30 minutes to make.
Go for bone-in center loin chops or loin chops at least 1½ inches thick. Meatier chops ensure a good char while the inside cooks through.
The key to success here is to brush the Apple-Bourbon Glaze on the chops during the last few minutes on the grill, turning and brushing often to create a layered, lacquered look. Garnish the chops with grilled halves of small apples brushed with the glaze.