"A simple yet delicious recipe for a classic favorite! Makes 6 chops". At least this is what the original recipe says which can be found on Free Recipes.org
. This photo on Pinterest looks so yummy! Now to take it for a test drive.
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 1 teaspoon
- 1 teaspoon black pepper
6 pork chops ( bone in) (boneless)
- 2 tablespoons
butter olive oil
- 1 cup water
- 2 beef bouillon cubes
I didn't have any sage handy so I had to do some research to find a substitute. Lucky for me I found this handy dandy herb substitute chart
. Marjoram is what I had on hand so that's obviously what I used instead. I'm not using butter to cook with, again with the Paleo/Whole30/Eating Clean method.
After the 45 minutes was over it looked like I was basically boiling my pork chops. I cranked up the heat with the lid off to thicken up the gravy!
These were so tender and yummy. I certainly want to add this to our menu however, the beef bouillon cubes need to be tweaked. My container of Tones has a list of ingredients of things I can't pronounce! I'm sure there is a healthier option I just have to do a little more research. My photo doesn't look anything like their photo, could it be the difference of NOT using butter? I don't know but it was fun taking this recipe for a spin.
Click on those "Like" and "Retweet" buttons to share with the online community. For current events see the side bars and click on the "Add Me
" tab above to connect with me using other social media services.
Labels: review: recipes