Pork chops are another easy supper. My favorite way to make them is with McCormick’s Grill Mates Pork Rub.This is for two pork chops; my son and I just each one chop each. The preparation of the chops is very easy.
2 pork chops
2 tsp. canola oil
McCormick’s Grill Mates Pork Rub (to taste)
1/4 cup flour
1 tbsp. canola oil
1/4 cup water
Take the pork chops and pour 1 tsp. canola oil on the top of both chops; rub the oil into the meat. Then, turn them over and pour the another teaspoon onto the chops and rub that in.
My son loves this pork rub, so for his chop, I will take 1 tbsp. of the rub and massage the rub into one side of the chop. Another 1 tbsp. of rub goes on the other side of the chop. For my chop, I just use maybe 1 tsp. of rub for each side of my chop. Depending on how spicy you like your chops, you can add more or less.
For this meal, I tried something different and dipped the chops in flour after rubbing the seasoning in.
Pour in the 1 tbsp. canola oil into a medium-sized skillet. Turn on medium high and when the oil starts to shimmer, add the chops. Cook on one side for 4 minutes or until the chops are browned; flip them and let the other sides get nice and browned (4 more minutes).
Pour in 1/4 cup water, turn the heat to medium and cover. Let the chops cook for ten minutes; flip them and cook for another ten minutes. Uncover and turn the heat up to medium high again and let the chops sizzle and the water evaporate.
Always, always, always use a meat thermometer! Pork chops should register at 180 degrees F. What I like to do is check their temp and if they’re not quite at 180 F but they’re within five degrees, is remove from heat and cover with foil for five minutes. Meat continues to cook after its removed from the heat source. Before serving, check with meat thermometer again and make sure it’s 180 F.
Your temperatures may vary with your own meat thermometer, thickness of the chops and how hot your stove is. I have a brand new stove and I’m still learning to watch temperatures and when meat is at the proper serving temperature.I didn’t like the way the breading worked on the chops. When I added the water, the breading pretty much fell apart. Next time, I won’t bread them and will just use the rub!