Juicy Pork Loin Chop Recipe

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Cook a delicious, juicy pork loin chop every time with this simple recipe–and use a lot of onion and garlic!–especially garlic (those two ingredients are actually good for you, so why not use a lot?). Print the complete recipe at Also, this dish will go well with whatever beer is on sale.
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Pork Loin Chop Recipe

1 lg ONION (sliced)
6-8 cloves GARLIC (rough chopped)
SALT and PEPPER to taste

Season both sides of chop before cooking–and don't be timid with the seasoning–it'll make all the difference! I often use just salt and pepper (black pepper AND cayenne), but experiment with your favorite seasonings, too–every now and then I'll season up chops with ground ginger

and saute them with onion and sliced, fresh ginger–it's pretty damn good.
Heat olive oil in a skillet (skillet should be suitable for stovetop and oven)–not smoking hot, but pretty damn hot–we want to sear the pork and seal in the flavor.
Place chops in the skillet; they should sizzle when they hit the pan. Add fresh rosemary sprigs. Cook chops 3-4 minutes on one side and then turn. This is for chops approx. 1" thick–adjust cooking times according to the size of the chop you use. Move chops in pan to mix with oil and rosemary. Add sliced onion and garlic. Cook chop 3-4 minutes on second side, then remove skillet from stovetop and slide skillet into oven preheated to 350 degrees F. Cook another 4-5 minutes and return to stovetop. Remove chops from skillet and set aside to rest.
Continue cooking onion and garlic with rosemary on medium/low heat to desired doneness.
Top chops with onion and garlic and serve.
That's it…super easy and super flavorful–it's a great way to cook up a juicy chop without drying it out.

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