So, I ignored the blazing heat that has kept me inside hiding from the sun, and made those yummy pork chops last night. There is something about the sweet gooeyness and crunchy nuts mixing that makes me happy. Here's what you need to put this family pleasing meal on the table:
Boneless pork chops - we use 3, but use however many you need to feed your crew
Salt and Pepper
1/3 cup of honey a
1/4 cup of pecans - whole or crushed...whatever you like.
Here's what you need to do, it's so easy I let me 7 year old handle it while I soaked in a cool bath to recover from the vicious heat from the long walk from the car to the house. Just kidding, she was playing babies while I slaved away. Anyhow, here's the deal:
Mix a dash of salt and pepper with the flour.
Dredge the pork chops in the flour to cover both sides.
Now, grab a pan, put a dab of oil in there and fry these babies up.
In a separate, small pan pour in the honey. I usually don't measure it and just eyeball it to get about 1/3 cup.
Bring it to a boil and then turn the honey down to low.
Add in the pecans and stir frequently.
When the pork chops are finished plate 'em up and drizzle a little bit of the yummy honey goodness on them. Serve your happy family and enjoy!
I usually serve this with steamed veggies, baked or sweet potatoes and rosemary rolls because they are yummy and make my heart sing the praises of butter.