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Pork chop ideas ?

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cider apple sauce?

marinaded bbq chops?

try egg and crumbing them using packet stuffing mix,
then frying in a little oil, or baking on a open tray in the oven, at 180c.
               julia  Smile

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Lazy way to cook pork chops. Wrap them individually in a loose parcel of tinfoil and cook in the oven for 45 mins or so. Foil keeps the moisture in and stops them drying out. Nice if chops are smeared generously with mustard first or, alternatively, put two or three teaspoons of apple sauce in with each chop.

Phil


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