Stuffed Pork Chops

A savory stuffing transforms pork chops into a dish that's fit for company. This recipe calls for extra-thick loin chops, which are cut from the rib end of the loin and are exceptionally succulent and flavorful.
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January 7, 2015
Ability level:Intermediate
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Once a week
Would You Recommend? Yes
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I'll do better next time
January 7, 2015
I take some blame for this not being as good as I'd hoped because I strayed immediately from the recipe. First off, I was using warehouse store boneless chops which are HUGE, so I needed more stuffing. I'm not big on currants, so I used dried cranberries (dried cherries would have worked well too). I added about as much sage as oregano plus finely crumbled feta cheese to my stuffing. The worst thing I think I did was slightly over toast the bread crumbs. I only peppered the outside of the chops (trying to keep the salt down), but it could have used some salt by the time it got to the table. In the end, the meat was great, but the stuffing was a bit dry and a little too heavy on the herbs for the family taste buds. Maybe I need to use less stuffing in each chop or moisten it to start (olive oil? lemon zest?). Like I said, I'll think about it and try again.
Pros: Will Make Again