Imagine eating a pork chop so tender you don't even need a knife to cut it. That is a definite possibility with this recipe! The chops bake covered in the oven for an hour and come out very tender and flavorful, simply seasoned with herbs and a little bit of butter.
I love recipes that let me forget about it for a while. Or at least let me leisurely make some side dishes to go with. I usually serve these pork chops with my 'Buttermilk' and Chive Mashed Potatoes and some green beans. Classic Iowa Sunday dinner! And that's actually when I usually make these amazing pork chops - on Sunday. After a busy weekend, I usually don't have much energy left for anything fancy. This dinner suffices just fine.
I know these aren't the prettiest looking pork chops, but they are so delicious. I made this recipe quite a lot this past winter. It's so easy and tasty, you might find yourself making it a lot too!
Tender Butter and Herb Baked Pork Chops
Low-FODMAP, Gluten-Free, Low-Lactose
4 - 4 oz. boneless pork chops
¼ teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon pepper
2 teaspoons dried chives
1 teaspoon dried parsley
½ teaspoon dried sage
1 teaspoon FODY Food Co. Garlic-Infused Oil
1 tablespoon unsalted butter, cut into 4 pieces
½ cup low-FODMAP chicken stock/broth or water
- Heat oven to 350 degrees F. Lightly coat a 13” x 9” baking pan with cooking spray.
- Season both sides of pork chops with salt and pepper and place in the prepared pan. Sprinkle evenly with chives, parsley and sage. Drizzle with garlic oil. Place a piece of butter on top of each pork chop. Pour the chicken stock/broth or water into the bottom of the pan.
- Cover pan tightly with foil and bake for one hour. Uncover pan and bake 15 to 20 minutes more. Serve.
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