This recipe is so easy to make you can come home from work and within 15 minutes have dinner in the oven. To Read More, Click On The Recipe Title.
I like dinners like that. Make it and forget about it for an hour, put your aching feet up and relax. Years ago I worked in a grocery store in the Deli department, a couple days a week I had to work in the Meat department. You can learn a lot of stuff in the Meat department, very useful stuff. For instants, when I go food shopping I usually buy the meat that's on sale, most of you probably do too. When I see a boneless pork loin on sale I buy it knowing that I can cut a boneless pork loin up at home and make boneless pork chops.
I paid less than $6.00 for this boneless pork loin on sale.
All you need is a sharp knife, I cut that little layer of fat off on the top, cut the chops to the thickness that I wanted and I had boneless pork chops at a fraction of the cost of
buying them pre-cut by the butcher in the store. I got 6 pork chops out of that loin. I took these chops, salt and peppered them and browned them in a little oil in a fry pan. I took canned baked beans, my husband likes Bush's beans. Well actually I put 2 in and doubled the rest of the recipe cause I'm feeding 5 and they love baked beans. I added the seasoning to the beans , laid the chops on top of the beans and into the oven they went
These chops come out nice and tender. Add a salad or corn on the Cob and you've got dinner.
And now the recipe:
BAKED PORK CHOPS WITH BEANS
4 thick pork chops
Salt & pepper
1 tbsp. brown sugar
1 med. onion, chopped
1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 lb. can Boston baked beans
Season chops with salt and pepper; brown well in pan. Place in shallow baking dish. Dot with butter. Mix remaining ingredients and pour over chops. Bake for 1 hour at 350 degrees.