pork chops with cheese
I find pork chops a bit difficult. It is so easy to overcook them. I like them best when they’re still quite juicy inside, similar to steak.
But pork chops are different from beef steak. Like steak, you'll want to sear the pork chop on both sides. Unlike steak, you'll want pork steak fully cooked, but not dry.
That means you will treat all pork chops but the very thin ones like thick steaks.
To avoid cooking the inside of the pork chop dry, lower the heat and simmer for 10-30 minutes depending on thickness.
Because I have to simmer low anyway, not surprisingly my pork chops usually end as stews. After the searing, I add fruits, vegetables and possibly some water to make it a 1-skillet meal.
A. Pork chops with cheese, strawberry sauce
Use grated or chopped Mozzarella, Swiss, asadero, Chihuahua, cheddar etc. or a mix of them.
onions, green garden beans, mushrooms, cheese
the meal with strawberry sauce