Looking for pork chop recipes? Want to know how to cook pork chops? We have plenty of ideas here. From boneless pork chop recipes to pork chops on the bone, we have plenty of ideas for quick and easy midweek meals.
If you enjoy these pork chops recipes you should also check out our pork belly recipes here.
- Use pork chop on the bone or boneless pork chops depending on your preference
Take the humble pork chop and baste it in buttery paprika then serve with warm new potatoes and peas for a quick midweek meal. Many more midweek meal ideas here.
Jackson Boxer serves this caramelised pork chop dish at his Hebrides-inspired Notting Hill restaurant, Orasay. Here's how to make it at home for your next dinner party.
Jazz up the humble pork chop with an easy marmalade and honey glaze. Make this quick pork recipe served with garlicky sweet potato mash for a midweek meal ready in just 35 minutes.
With a slightly spicy cider gravy, these pan-fried pork chops are a comforting, quick and easy recipe perfectly suited for the colder winter months.
For a quick and delicious midweek dinner, check out this recipe for succulent pork chops. The marinated chickpeas offer a real mix of sweet and sour flavours and it only takes 20 minutes to make. Easy!
Give pork chops a sweet and sour flavour with this easy agrodolce sauce, served with white beans for extra protein.
A double-cut pork chop is a thicker two-bone chop, which means it’s less likely to dry out when cooking. Ask the butcher to trim it and remove the chine bone as well.
Ancho is a dried poblano chilli with a sweet earthy flavour. These Mexican pork chops from Thomasina Miers make for an impressive main and prove that Mexican food doesn't mean Tex Mex! Here are our best Mexican recipes to try.
Pork chops make the best midweek meal. If you love the pork and apple combo you'll love this fruity spicy salsa too. Add potatoes on the side, if you like.
The best quick meal for two: just 5 ingredients is all you need. Pork chops, parsnips, maple syrup, mustard powder and olive oil – and on the table for a midweek meal in just 30 minutes.
Try these quick and easy pork chops with a sticky and sweet soy-glaze, the recipe really spices up your pork chops for a simple yet exotic midweek meal.
A simple idea for pork chops. Serve with a comforting, light French baked potato dish. The trick is to slice the potatoes finely. Add fresh greens on the side.
We love pork chops in the week. This recipe is made more special with an apple-flavoured mash, a dash of horseradish cream and a splash of cider. Pan-fry the chops with onions to create a delicious sticky sauce to serve with them. All it needs on the side is flash of green veg – green beans are good.