Cooking meat can be a challenge, and pork, in particular, can be especially tricky at times. Luckily, one incredible Youtube page has unleashed the perfect method to cooking a pork chop. Whether you’re looking to make a great meal for yourself or for the whole family, this trick is a must need for anyone looking to make the best pork chop meal ever!
Here are the ingredients you will need to make part one of this recipe work:
- 1 tbsp salt
- enough water to submerge the pork
- 1 tsp of ground peppercorn
- one garlic bulb cut horizontally
- pork chop
Mix all of the ingredients, minus the pork chop. Make sure to mix the salt carefully with the water to ensure that it properly mixes.
After everything is properly mixed, submerge the pork chop. Keep it in the water overnight. As it stays in a salt water brine overnight, the meat will get juicier and more tender as it stays in the water.
The next day or night, the pork should be ready for the next steps.
Next you’ll need:
- 1 tsp turmeric
- 1 tsp paprika
- 1 tbsp brown sugar
- 1-2 tbsp olive oil
First, make sure to take excess water off the meat before getting it ready for the marinade. This is important! Then mix all of the ingredients above, starting with the turmeric and ending with the olive oil.
Next, you’ll want to marinate the pork with the spice mix you have made with the ingredients above. Let the pork sit for a minimum of 30 minutes.
After that, warm up a pan and place the pork on it. Keep it in the pan until it is thoroughly cooked and serve!
The end result will be a perfect pork chop that will be sure to be a hit for anyone that gets a chance to eat this beautiful concoction. With its simple style, this one is perfect for people of all culinary levels. It’s so easy, anyone could do it. Plus, it’s low cost and malleable ingredients make this the perfect recipe to try out asap. As we head to the end of the first month of the new year, you’ll want to keep a few more recipes in your arsenal and this one might just be the perfect thing to add to your cookbook.
Good luck and good cooking to everyone out there!
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