Pork Chop with an easy Mustard Sauce. A complex tasting pork dish that’s easy to make.
2 lbs of bone-in pork chops (about 4–6 pieces)
Over a low fire, heat 4 0z. of good quality olive oil and one crushed garlic clove in a non-stick pan. Once garlic is fragrant, remove from pan and turn fire to high.
Salt and pepper pork chops to taste.
Brown pork chops, approximately 4 minutes a side. Make sure not to crowd pan. Repeat if needed for other pieces.
When all pieces are browned, reduce fire to medium, add 2 tablespoons of butter and scrape left particles while melting butter.
Add 12 oz. of hard cider to pan and bring to a heavy simmer/light boil to release alcohol (about 5 minutes).
Add 4 oz. of heavy cream and mustard. Dash of pepper and salt. Stir until sauce reduces to half.
Pour sauce over pork chops.
Serve with rice, string beans, and beets.
Pair with a bottle of crisp white wine.
Enjoy during a game.
- Category: Pork
- Method: Fry
- Cuisine: French
- Serving Size: 4
Keywords: Pork Chop, Mustard Sauce