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Pepper Pork Chop & Onions in Pictures

Pepper Pork Chop & Onions in Pictures

By

Mario V. Farina

Copyright 2016 Mario V. Farina

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A cut taken out of the finished dish ready to eat. From start to finish it took about 20 minutes to prepare this dish.

These are the ingredients and the tools for making the dish.

The frying pan ready for the cooking.

A little extra virgin olive oil is needed.

The pork chop ready to be cooked. This will take 15 to 20 minutes.

Medium heat is good.

The cooking has begun.

Beginning to slice the onion. This will be added after the pork chop is about half cooked.

The skin and ends will be discarded after the slicing has been completed.

The slices are being cut into smaller pieces. The skins and ends have been discarded.

The pork chop has cooked for a couple of minutes.

A generous amount pepper corns is ground right on to the dish before the pork chop is cooked. The amount, of course, depends on how much you like ground pepper!

The pork chop is turned over after having cooked for about six minutes.

The other side is now cooking.

Cooking is in progress.

The onions had been transferred to a paper plate and are now being poured into the pan.

The onions should be done at about the same time the pork chop.

Cooking has been on going for about ten minues.

The meat is turned over one more time.

Almost ready.

Looks about ready to me. But, you are the final decider.

It’s been about 15 minutes. The dish is poured on to a bed of pepper!

Be sure to get every little bit. Careful, don’t touch the surface of the frying pan.

A superb meal in twenty minutes or less. As the one who cooked it, I can tell you that the plate became empty with only a few dregs of pepper remaining!

If you liked the way I showed how I make this dish, please let me know. I’d like to do another book showing how I make a quick rigatoni dish.

 


Pepper Pork Chop & Onions in Pictures

  • ISBN: 9781310604447
  • Author: Mario V. Farina
  • Published: 2016-04-15 16:05:13
  • Words: 411
Pepper Pork Chop & Onions in Pictures Pepper Pork Chop & Onions in Pictures