Boneless pork chops make a great, simple and tasty meal. But only if you cook them well!!! Pork is already very lean, and very easy to dry out during cooking. And once the bone comes off the pork chop, it’s even easier to over cook them.
Worse, cooked at a low temp, they get no color. And no flavor.
Here, I’m going to show you how to quick pan sear a few boneless pork chops, get lots of color on the outside, while keeping the center tender and juicy. As an added bonus, we’ll through a garlic and thyme in at the end to make a quick and easy sauce.
Give them a try and let me know what you think.
Given these methods a try, and I guarantee that your baked pork tenderloin will come out great every time.
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