what is typical seasoning for pork chops?
how do i season pork chops
- ♥Sweetness♥Lv 72 weeks ago
For us it has always been just salt and pepper. Sometimes we will do a fryup of mushrooms and onions as a side, but generally we don't add anything else to porkchops.
- WOOWHOLv 73 weeks ago
TYPICAL having the distinctive QUALITIES of a particular type of person or thing SEASONING : Salt herbs ,or spices added to food to enhance its flavor
A google search listed Caraway, Allspice, Cumin ,Ginger,Celery seed,Garlic,Rosemary.
Thank you for the question
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Try cooking them in Cider!
- 🦋Lv 63 weeks ago
Greek seasoning is good
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- Christin KLv 73 weeks ago
Salt, pepper, sage, marjoram or thyme work well--so do garlic and onion.
- ALv 73 weeks ago
salt, pepper, garlic powder, sage
- AntonLv 63 weeks ago
There is no "typical" seasoning for pork chops -- the seasoning depends on the recipe.
One that I make:
Plain chop, grilled on the Barbie, a bit of BBQ sauce.
French Onion Pork Chop, a bit of dijon mustard, sauteed
Peppers with Pork, a bit of salt & pepper, sauteed
Pork Chops w/ garlic-mushroom sauce, dijon mustard, sauteed
Pork Chops with Rice, bare sauteed, the rice gets pepper, powdered garlic, Penzeys Bavarian, Worcestershire sauce
Jaegerschnitzel with Spaetzle -- I don't do often 'way too busy to make.
Place pork chops hammer to 3/8" thick, then dip in:Flour, salt, pepper, paprika and garlic in one bowl.Beat the eggs in a second bowl.Bread crumbs in third bowl.
sauteed. Top with the sauce:
Slice mushroom, saute in butter, sauteed onion, cream, thyme.
Spaetzle -- flour, salt, pepper, butter, milk and egg. A lady suggested sauteing after cooking.
- deniseLv 73 weeks ago
Any flavours that you like / think would work.
If I'm cooking them in the oven, I like to spread a little mustard [American or Dijon] over the chop and sprinkle sage + onion stuffing mix over to stick to the mustard before I bake them.
I have fried them [slowly] in a skillet after coating them in seasoned flour for a crispy chop, I have some apple sauce [with a little fresh mint added] with the pan fried ones.
- kswck2Lv 73 weeks ago
Lately i have been using salt, pepper and some dried Sage.
- LynnmarieLv 73 weeks ago