Here is a comfort dish that just made me more comfortable than I have been in a loooong time! There was a sale on boneless, center cut chops, and a package with 8 pieces only set me back 6 bucks and change. I took some flour, added salt, pepper, and Old Bay seasoning (1 cup flour, 1 tsp salt, 1 tsp pepper, 1 tbs Old Bay). Place a chop in the flour mix, then into and egg wash, then back into the flour. Lay on a plate to rest.
Take 4 to 5 good size
yellow onions, slice evenly, a
little on the thin side, and in a medium pan with butter, cook until a
golden brown ( caramelize), seasoning with
salt and pepper.
With a slotted spoon, pull the onions out, and, after placing 4
cooking oil into the pan, lay the
chops in and cook at least 6 minutes per side. Now take 2 good
pork gravy envelopes and 2 cups of water, mix, and dump into the pan as
well. as the chops are still cooking in the pan with the gravy,
dump the onions back in, cover, and simmer until fully cooked,
This is best served over a big glop of mashed 'taters, with some good
greens on the side! Comfort never tasted so good!
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Hey, folks! I was thinking the other day. We all like to come home from a long day at the job and find our spouses cooking dinner. The kind of meal that has your mouth watering because you can smell it cooking even before you get to the front door! But what you don't want to find out while your stuffin' your face, is that your bank account took a big hit in the process. So every Friday, I'm gonna have some budget dinner recipes that are both tasty and easy on the wallet.