Pork Chops for dinner!
As a native Hoosier I grew up eating Indiana pork and as an adult and home cook I am always looking for ways to make dinner more interesting. Using a good cut of pork is like a blank canvas where you have only your imagination to guide your choices. Whether pan sauteed or roasted, pork is one meat that has so many great options.
Being economical and family-friend’y, you can see why pork is a go-to on many a shopping list. This easy recipe comes together very quickly. If you would prefer you could use a tenderloin and the treatment would be the same. Pay attention to the internal temperature, pork needs to reach 145 degrees before serving. Allow the meat to rest in the pan before slicing or plating.
Pork Chops with Balsamic Shallot Reduction is a restaurant quality dish that can be made for under $3.00 a person. That is my kind of meal!