Warning: This is one of those meals where the aroma of seared pork chops along with the pan sauce makes family members so eager for dinner, they’re at the table before it’s set. Luckily, you won’t have to hold them off for long.
Serve with Celery Root Rémoulade on the side.
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Cooked this over the weekend. Very good, and easy to make. Robust pan sauce provides lots of flavor to the pork chops. Used a fairly heavy-bodied red wine (cabernet like) in ours. Made extra sauce by adding more liquid than called for and letting it reduce down while the meat was out of the pan. Tasted even better the next day after the flavors in the sauce had a chance to meld together. Will be making again soon and, yes, it does fill the house with tempting aromas.
Excellent! Easy, few ingredients, unique & elegant enough to serve to company. A great way to use up leftover wine and/or grapes.
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