Savory or sweet, slow-simmered or pan-fried, pork chops are a classic dinnertime favorite, as you'll soon discover with our delicious pork chop recipes. Pork's biggest selling point is its versatility. It can be simmered or fried, savory or sweet, depending on taste preference. Plus, pork chops don't take long to cook, as our 30-minute pork dishes show. On hurried weeknights, pork chops can be crusted and baked, sliced to top a salad or add to a stir-fry, or skewered for pork kabobs. Cutting a pocket in pork chops and stuffing them with your favorite ingredients is a fun way to add flavor; we show you how. There are other great recipes to try, from pesto-stuffed chops to rosemary skillet dinners. If you don't know much about cooking with pork, you'll want to start with our downloadable chart that will help you figure out how long and at what temperature you should cook different cuts of pork.
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Our Best Pork Chop Recipes
How to Cut a Pocket in Pork Chops
Making a pocket in a pork chop to hold as much stuffing as possible is easily done.
How to Cook Pork Chops with Maple Apples
Wanna know how to cook pork chops like a pro? We'll show you how easy it is to make pork chops with maple apples. I...
How to Bake Pork Chops
Follow our three steps to perfect baked pork chops every time. It¿s a cinch: Just season, sear, and bake for a mois...
Orange-Simmered Pork Chops with Mango Relish
Make an easy pork dinner tonight -- no thawing required! Our pork chop recipe starts from frozen so you can have a...
How to Pick a Pork Chop
Whether pan-frying or grilling, we'll help you pick the best cut of pork chops for your dinner table.
Follow our tips on easy-to-read charts for excellent meals the first and second time.
How to Fry Pork Chops
Need a quick and delicious way to cook that package of pork chops in the refrigerator or freezer? Fry them -- in a...