Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Pan-Seared Pork Chops


orange marmalade
soy sauce
black pepper
bone-in pork chops
canola oil
green onions


1. In a bowl, combine orange marmalade, soy sauce and pepper. Mix well until properly blended. 
2. Add the pork chops. Make sure to coat all surfaces evenly. Let it marinate for about 2 hours or overnight. 
3. Heat oil and fry the pork chops. 
4. Meanwhile, create glaze by combining orange marmalade and soy sauce in another bowl. Add glaze while cooking and cook the chops until the glaze thickens. You may also pop the pan in the oven after applying the extra glaze, for a more dramatic effect. 
4. Top it with green onions for garnish. 

This is such a simple dish to make. And for someone who absolutely hates cutting and preparing ingredients, this is amazing because all I had to do was to mix the soy sauce, marmalade and pepper. Nothing could be easier than that! Be careful with the glaze because it is easy to overcook and burn it, so reduce the heat just when you're about to add the glaze. I was quite surprised to taste the orange marmalade in the glaze. I thought it was just going to be sweet, but that's a welcome citrus-surprise. 

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