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2013 10 07 Boneless Pork Chops with Apple Chutney

Pork chops are the counterpart of beef steaks. At the same time, this is the most expensive part of a pig. Truth is, steaks and chops are fairly similar in a way that they’re priced and cut. With that in mind, it is natural that you want to ensure you are buying good pork chop cuts that also taste great.

Buying Your Chops

There are many ways that you can do your shopping for one. If you are clueless on how you can pull this off, the following may just help you out.

Pork chops come from the loin that runs from the shoulder to the hip and has tenderloin or the small strip of meat. The common pork chop sold in the market are the loin and ribs.

Thicker is Better

These days, pork is being bred to be lean. Because of this, it has a tendency to become overcook easily. Thicker pork chops on the other hand are a lot more forgiving. So, try buying double-cut pork chops or those that are 1 ½” thick at least.

Brine

Brining the pork helps in keeping the moist of the meat and also, provide buffer from overcooking it. Not only that, it is great for injecting flavor to your chops.

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