I saw this recipe on Everyday Foods a couple of years ago. They sauteed the pork chops, but here in Texas, we like to grill. They also used savoy cabbage, but we had a wonderful homegrown cabbage to use. Here's my adapted recipe.
Grilled Pork Chops
Put some olive oil & salt & pepper on 3/4" pork chops. On a preheated grill, cook the chops for 2 minutes, then, without flipping, make a 45 degree turn & grill 2 more minutes. Now flip the chops & repeat the process. Put on a platter & loosely cover with foil to rest for a few minutes.
1 cabbage, halved, cored & cut into 1" strips, thick ribs removed
1 T. butter
coarse salt & pepper
Place cabbage in a large skillet with 1 cup water. Bring to a boil & reduce heat to medium-low. Cover skillet; simmer until tender, tossing occasionally 12-15 minutes.
Pour out any water remaining in skillet. Add butter, salt & pepper. Toss to combine.
I am sharing this with On the Menu Monday at Stonegable.
Oh this sounds wonderful! We do pork chops on the grill all summer too! I actually have posted an Anti Cancer Marinade at Yvonne's that is wonderful on pork chops! You might want to try it! The cabbage we will make for sure, we love cabbage!!!! Thanks! XO, PinkyReplyDelete
We are both thinking Pork Chops this week. I love your buttered cabbage. My Grandmother used to make buttered cabbage and it was delicious. I will sure have to try your recipe. Thanks for sharing and hope you have a great week!
YUMMY! I love pork chops! And I have a big head of cabbage in my crisper right now. Buttered cabbage sounds so good!ReplyDelete
Thanks for participating in ON THE MENU MONDAY! Your comfort food looks good enough to lick my computer screen!
Looks yummy!! I would have done them on the grill too!!ReplyDelete