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Porkchop sandwiches!

OK, not sandwiches, but pork chops!

I started off with some thinly sliced boneless pork chops, which I seasoned with Kirkland Seasoned Salt (it's Costco's version more or less of Emeril's Essence, but with a bit less heat and a bit more salt).  Then I sauteed the chops in about a stick of melted butter.  Yes, a stick of butter.  I then cooked them until there was no longer any pink in the center (if the chops are thick enough to measure temperature, about 150°F in the center).

Serve the chops over rice, then pour the butter over the chops and rice.  Or turn the butter & nummies into gravy.


(I suppose you could turn them into porkchop sandwiches.  Make the gravy extra thick and use it instead of mayo on the bread.)





Yes.  A whole stick of butter. 

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kibbles
Apr. 9th, 2008 03:27 am (UTC)
America's best recipes has a similar recipe, but I think they use something (wine? broth?) and maybe cornstarch or something, anyways, to make it more of a gravy. Brilliant. Mmm.

I got that half a hog and I MUST try it with the Emeril's stuff unless Sam's Club has something similar.

I picked up a cast iron pan at St Vinnies this weekend so that would really give it a good sear, I used to do that in NYC.

Now I'm hungry.
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