Greek Pork Chops

These pork chops are marinated overnight and sautéed on your cast iron skillet, cooked under 10 mins and so juicy. If you’re tired of dry pork chops, I cannot stress enough that they need to be marinated. Making a quality marinade for your meats is more important than how you cook them! As long as the chops are marinated, you can air fry, pan fry, or even bake them in your oven and they’ll be delicious. Just make sure not to over cook them and use your kitchen thermometer to check their internal temperature. Pork needs to be at 145 degrees F internal temp to be fully cooked.

I like pork chops because they are yummy and cheap!
Seasonings are mixed together.
I use Cavender’s Greek seasoning and a Greek vinaigrette dressing as well. Any brand Greek dressing works!
Pork chops are placed in a gallon size storage bag and marinated overnight in the fridge. Always put a glass dish under your marinade bag in case if it leaks.
Add olive oil to your skillet and heat on medium. Add in chops, season with additional salt & pepper if desired.
Flip over halfway through cooking at about 4 mins, cook 4-5 more mins or until internal temp of chops are at 145 degrees F.
Remove chops and place wrapped in foil to rest for 3-5 mins prior to serving.
Served up with my recipe for Mediterranean cauliflower rice!

Published by Melissa

A stay at home mom who loves to cook!

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