This recipe is a bit more involved than I usually get, but I'm especially proud of it because I made it up myself. It's also the best way to make pork chops I've ever found. Ever.
Goat cheese pork chops:
2 pork chops
1/2 onion, diced
goat cheese, one small package
12 oz of Pabst Blue Ribbon (because, ew, who's actually going to drink that stuff?)
Brown the chops, onion and mushsrooms in a pan with oil.
I roasted my veggies, so while that was browning, I preheated the oven and doused them with oil, salt, pepper and sage and threw them in.
Then simmer chops in a covered pot with 1/2 the beer and a healthy dose of sage, until cooked through - 20 to 40 minutes, depending on chop thickness.
Then the whole package of goat cheese gets melted in. Pour in the rest of the beer and increase the heat to burn it off. Toss in more sage as well, right before you serve it.
I can't recommend this recipe enough. It's a huge hit over here.
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