I first have a confession to make: I have never liked pork chops. They just always seem boring to me – flavor is ho-hum, texture is dry and rubbery. But this recipe made me a believer: Sweet. Tangy. Moist. Delicious crust. The hubs, who actually is a pork chop fan, proclaimed as he feasted: “Best pork chop I have ever eaten.”
The nice thing about one pot meals is how low-maintenance they are. So easy to throw together and such easy cleanup. I am a huge fan of One Pot Wonders!
Bonus: this dish makes your whole house smell fabulous. My son came home just as this dish was ready to take out of the oven. He stopped, smiled, took a deep breath and said: “Wow.” Now that makes cooking worth it in my book.
This pork dish makes luscious leftovers, too. The chops become fork-tender as they cook, so they are a cinch to shred, reheat with barbecue sauce for pork sandwiches. And the root veggies can be made into a creamy mash with just a little cream. You just might want to have some of this dish leftover on purpose!
— posted by Donna