Sage-butter pork chops seems to be the new favorite on our dinner table. Are you really busy but still want to impress your family or maybe some dinner guests? Are you out of ideas of what to cook for your family? Everyone sighing when you take out your old trusty meatloaf from the oven? Then why not try these absolutely delicious sage butter pork chops. They really are so quick and easy to make. With only 4 ingredients excluding salt and pepper this really is a win recipe for a week-night dinner. The butter turns brown and lends a beautiful nutty flavor to the dish. The aroma of the sage with the roasted garlic, and butter is to die for. I serve these sage-butter pork chops with lemony, smashed potatoes a fresh green salad and my favorite ice-cold, crisp Chardonnay.
Be careful when cooking the pork chops. Pork chops can easily be overcooked as they are a lean form of meat. If they are over cooked they will dry out and become chewy and much less tasty. Due to the heat the pork chops retain , they will continue to cook after being removed from the oven. If your chops are on the thinner side it is advisable to cook them no more than 4-5 minutes. Thicker pork chops will cook slightly longer. A good way to make sure that you do not overcook them, is to use a meat thermometer. The pork will we done when the thickest part reads 63° Celsius, when the thermometer is stuck in from the side edge.
This lovely sage-butter pork chops also go well with these potato wedges.
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