Video:Pork Chop Bake Recipewith Preston Lawrence
Pork chops are very versatile and they’re so delicious. Watch this video to learn how to make an easy herb pork chop bake recipe. It’s great for the family, you’re gonna love it.See Transcript
Transcript:Pork Chop Bake RecipeHi there! Preston here with About.com and today we’re baking up a storm. Main ingredient—pork chops. Pork chops are very versatile and they’re so delicious. There’s many ways you can make it. You can throw ‘em on the grill, you can put ‘em in the oven, or you can put it in a casserole, even. Today we’ll be going over an easy herb bake recipe. It’s great for the family, you’re gonna love it. Let’s get to cookin’.
To Make The Herb Pork Chop Bake, You'll Need:
- 4 center cut pork chops
- dried thyme
- salt and pepper
- ground marjoram
- 1/2 cup of uncooked rice
- 1 can of condensed beef broth
- 1/2 bell pepper, sliced
- 1/2 tomato, sliced
- 1/2 medium onion sliced
Season Pork Chops and Bake With the Rice and VeggiesTo start, sprinkle the pork chops with marjoram, thyme, and salt and pepper to taste. Make sure you dust both sides to make sure you get the most flavor. Next, place the uncooked rice in a large casserole dish distributing it evenly across the bottom of the dish. Depending on your taste or what you have in your cupboard you can use any kind of rice. We’re going to use a medium grain white rice. Now, place the seasoned pork chops over the rice and pour the beef broth over the top.
Make sure the pork chops have the same amount of space between them to ensure even distribution of flavor. For the final touch, layer the sliced bell pepper, tomato, and onion over the pork and cover with a lid or foil. This will stop the pork from drying out. Finally, place the dish into a preheated oven of 35o degrees. After it has cooked for one hour, remove from the oven and serve with a simple green salad. It’s as easy as that. For more delicious pork recipes and helpful tips visit us at about.com.
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