Have you ever successfully baked a pork chop and had it still moist when it was done? It may be just me, but it’s a rare thing to come by in our house! However, this seasoning recipe paired with olive oil and covering it kept these delicious, seasoned to perfection, boneless pork chops from drying out.
Sunday’s are often tough, yes we try to have a relaxed homecooked meal but this Sunday was paired with prepping for the Thanksgiving. I needed some groceries, clean up my house so I could bake without a mess to worry about, and wash some damn work cloths for Ryan and I. I couldn’t be more thankful he doesn’t wear dress cloths to work. He wears the same shirt and pants a couple days… can I get a hallelujah!
I peeled, sliced, and froze a bushel of apples yesterday for the pies for our wedding with my mom, Ryan and I made homemade applesauce, and still had laundry to put away so I needed a meal I could toss in the over and keep going. If you are a busy holiday season person…. drop me a comment and tell me. I know we are all but I love to hear others stories!
So all about this delicious still moist pork chops and what you need….
- Mrs Dash Spicy Jalapeño
- Season All
Coat the bottom of your baking dish with olive oil, lay pork chops in pan and season one side. Before flipping- drizzle with olive oil and rub the seasonings into the pork chop. Flip the pork chop over and repeat with seasoning and oil and rub in the seasonings.
Cover and bake on 350 for 20-25 minutes.
Be sure to preheat your oven so they are not baking longer than needed! They will dry out.
It really is nice to have a delicious easy meal on Sundays. Less clean up, less dishes, and everyone is happy with a good seasoned pork chop!