How to Cook Tender Pork Chops

If you are fond of pork chops, you most likely delight in them when they come out tender and succulent. It is always a wonderful thing when you experience no pain when you chomp on those pork chops, when you are able to cut into the small slab of meat with very minimal effort and when they burst with just the right flavour in your mouth.

However, it can be difficult to get the pork chops just right. More often than not, these pieces of meat when not cooked accordingly can come out tough or overcooked, making it a pain and perhaps, even difficult to enjoy what would have been a well – planned meal. This may lead to sore and throbbing jaws on the dinner table with little or probably even no room for conversation as everyone is so busy trying to chew. Not enjoying these pork chops would indeed be waste of time, effort and money – time spent in cooking and doing the grocery, effort exerted in preparing the dish and the money disbursed for the meat.

This is a special way to make pork chops that are tender which you can relish every time you cook them – and they are very easy and quick to cook, too! Just about anybody can make tender pork chops by following this simple recipe. You will have excellent tasting, tender and flavourful pieces of pork chops in no time. You might even give restaurants a run for their money. In fact, you will not even have to dine out in expensive restaurants to enjoy tender pork chops.


  • 6 pork chops (centre cut and thawed)
  • 1 diced onion
  • 1 crushed chicken bouillon cube
  • 1 cup cold water
  • 2 tbs. oil (whatever kind you like the most)
  • roasting pan with a lid


  1. The oven must be pre – heated to a temperature of 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. The pork chops must be sautéed in oil at medium heat. Continue to sauté until the meat turns slightly brown in colour.
  3. In the roasting pan, carefully lay the pork chops. Then, drizzle the chicken bouillon cube and the onion on top of the meat.
  4. Cold water must be poured over the pork chops. Put on the lid of the roasting pan and then cook it in the oven for a period of one hour.

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About the Author: Leona Kesler is a head-chef at a very popular food restaurant in New York. Also she is a blogger who shares her experiences, tips, and other informative details about food and cooking. Her recipes are featured on many magazines.

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