Thanks to Lea & Perrins and Foodbuzz, I received a coupon for a free bottle of Worcestershire sauce. The problem? I can't pronounce "Wor...she..." "Wooosh...ches..." Never mind.
This is NOT your mom's pork chop recipe. Moist, tender, and SO fast and easy to make.
Soy sauce and canola oil
Add Worshhh....never mind.
The Lea & Perrins stuff.
Add apple cider vinegar.
Did you know you can make your own apple cider vinegar?
Check my post HERE oh how easy and peasy it is to make...
Next is brown sugar
and ketchup. Catsup. Whatever. I know you have it on hand.
Dump it in and give it a stir.
In my opinion, the Costco chops are a little to thick. I always cut them in half, lengthwise.
Oh, and trim them up good.
This is about 1/2" thick.
Marinate the chops for oh, at least 4 hours or even overnight.
That way, the flavor goes all the way through.
Here they are, ready to bake!
How do you know it's done?
I love my instant read thermometer. You want your pork to be at least 160°F.
I think these are done, don't you?
Let's find out.
So tender, you can cut it with a fork.
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Marinated Boneless Pork
(4x6 recipe download) (full page printable recipe)