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Recipe of Perfect Smothered pork chops, yams and cabbage w/ bacon

 ·  ☕ 4 min read  ·  ✍️ Aiden Crawford

Smothered pork chops, yams and cabbage w/ bacon
Smothered pork chops, yams and cabbage w/ bacon

Hello everybody, it is Louise, welcome to my recipe page. Today, I will show you a way to make a special dish, smothered pork chops, yams and cabbage w/ bacon. It is one of my favorites food recipes. This time, I’m gonna make it a bit tasty. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

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Sear the pork chops first, then bake them in this creamed cabbage and bacon sauce for maximum flavor. In a family of picky eaters, everyone ate this one (some skipped the cabbage). Taste cabbage and adjust seasonings to taste. The first cabbage in should be wilted but not mushy.

To begin with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can have smothered pork chops, yams and cabbage w/ bacon using 9 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Smothered pork chops, yams and cabbage w/ bacon:
  1. Get Your desired ct pork chops
  2. Get 1 can yams
  3. Make ready 1 head cabbage
  4. Take 1 bg of season blend
  5. Take Gravy mix
  6. Take Cooked white rice
  7. Make ready 1/2 cup sugar
  8. Make ready 1/2 stick room temp butter
  9. Take 4 tbsp cooking oil

Pork chops cooked low and slow become so tender and juicy—and so do the cabbage and apples that cook with them. Serve with a cold beer and imagine I decided to brown the pork and then cook the cabbage in the rendered pork fat and juices. Barbecuing Pork Tenderloins properly Without Letting it Dry Too MuchPork tenderloin meat is outstanding for cooking and also is healthier as well due to the truth that it is comprised of less amounts of fat so it can be taken by all with no problem. It becomes completely dry quickly while food.

Instructions to make Smothered pork chops, yams and cabbage w/ bacon:
  1. For the pork chops; add 2tbsp of cooking oil to skillet. Wash n season pork chops to your desire, brown them evenly. Sautee your season blend. Put pork chops back in the pot with season blend add water and let cook till tender. While cooking mix gravy mix n put to the side.
  2. For the cabbage; cut to your desire size and rinse cabbage good, set aside. In a deep skillet add 2 tbsp oil to coat the pan, adr bacon and season blend to fry. After bacon is fried add cabbage stir till its starts getting tender. Add your seasoning of choice. Add 1/2 cup of water and place lid and let cook down till tender of your choice
  3. For yams; open yams and pour into a pot along with the sugar and butter and allow to cook till tender and syrup is sticky lookin
  4. After pork chops are tender add gravy mix n cook till thick to your choice. plate. With cooked rice, cabbage, n yams and enjoy😋

Barbecuing Pork Tenderloins properly Without Letting it Dry Too MuchPork tenderloin meat is outstanding for cooking and also is healthier as well due to the truth that it is comprised of less amounts of fat so it can be taken by all with no problem. It becomes completely dry quickly while food. Many classic smothered pork chop recipes include a mushroom gravy. If you'd like to add mushrooms, add about a cup of sliced Baby Bellas to your skillet halfway through caramelizing the onions. How will I know when the pork is done?

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