Herbed Pork-Chop and Snow Peas

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Yields: 2 Servings Difficulty: Easy Prep Time: 25 Mins Cook Time: 20 Mins Total Time: 45 Mins

Send your taste buds on a journey with our Herbed Pork-Chop and Snow Peas.

The combination of flavor profiles between the crispy snow peas and the herbed pork-chops makes for the perfect bite.

Come up with your own dipping sauce if you want to add a nice accent to the meal.

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Ingredients

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    Herbed Pork-Chop Ingredients
  • Snow Peas Ingredients

Instructions

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  • Gather ingredients and rinse snow peas
  • In a small bowl mix together the pork-chop marinade
  • Put the pork chops in the marinade and flip several times to make sure they are fully coated
  • Grab a handful of snow peas and cut the tips off
  • Continue until tips are removed from all snow peas
  • In a small bowl add the 2 tbsp of olive oil and toss in the snow peas.Mix the snow peas around until they’re all coated and preheat oven to 400
  • In a small bowl combine all the remaining snow pea ingredients
  • Start putting the snow peas into the seasoning by hand to prevent dumping the remaining oil into the seasoning
  • Mix the snow peas around until there is a fair coating on them all
  • Grease a large pan and lay out the breaded snow peas.Put snow peas in the oven for 20 minutes
  • Wait 5 minutes then warm a pan on medium low heat. Add a drizzle of olive oil once it has warmed up
  • Add the 1 tbsp of butter to the pan and coat the pan evenly
  • Add the pork-chops to the pan and let it cook for a few minutes before flipping to allow for a good searing
  • Flip the pork-chop and allow the other side to sear;
  • Check the temperature with a probe thermometer to make sure it is over 145 degrees. Remember that it will continue to cook after you pull it off heat, and quickly becomes an overcooked pork-chop.
  • Ok they're looking like it's time to pull them off
  • Pull pork-chops off heat and allow them to rest
  • Pull snow peas out of the oven once they are done
  • Slice pork chops and plate with snow peas. Enjoy and share a pic with us on Twitter or Instagram

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