Broiled Pork Chops Peppers and Onions Recipe
If you are looking for a simple dish that tastes gourmet, you must try Broiled Pork Chops Peppers and Onions! I usually make this twice a month, or more, depending on our mood, and it never fails to please! It’s easy to make and you can tweak this to your liking as well. You can choose the type of pepper you like as well. Some like them hot, some don’t – we typically don’t like the peppers too spicy, but on occasion, we do add the semi-spicy peppers in with the mild ones.
- Pork Chops
- Peppers - at least one whole jar or if you are using fresh at least 3 whole peppers
- 1 large onion
- Olive Oil - enough to drizzle
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Broil pork chops for at least 15 mins - be sure to flip them over while broiling
- When they are almost ready, about 5 before, add the peppers, onions, and drizzle olive oil over entire mixture.
- Be sure to keep some of the juice from the peppers and drizzle that over the pork chops as well. If you are using fresh peppers, add a bit more olive oil.
- Cook for an additional 5-8 minutes so the pepper mixture is incorporated into the pork.
- Top pork chop with peppers and onions and enjoy!
These are the pork chops we use.
And these are the peppers we use. Of course, you can use any peppers you like, but we like them because they are marinated in balsamic vinegar and taste amazing! They also come in many flavors!
Then, I add these peppers for a kick it up experience! They are mild and really pack a punch, but not in a bad way. They give just enough pungent flavor minus the heartburn!
And this is what it looks like after prepping!
From here, it’s really an easy dish to make.
And that’s it! Simple and delicious! If you love pork chops, you will adore this Broiled Pork Chops Peppers and Onions Recipe!
See how juicy it looks? Be sure to keep the juice from the jar of peppers! The pork chops are so moist and the peppers and onions add just the right amount of flavors!
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