Heat up the grill for a Balsamic Grilled Summer Salad. Grilled tomatoes with cucumbers, feta cheese, balsamic dressing makes a perfect dish for a backyard BBQ. 5 from 1 vote Print Balsamic Grilled Summer Salad Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 2 mins Resting Time 2 hrs 30 mins Total Time 7 mins Course: […]
Heat up the grill for this Argentinean- inspired salad. Add Romaine lettuce and onions together on the grill and top with balsamic vinegar and goat cheese. 5 from 1 vote Print Grilled Salad Prep Time 10 mins Cook Time 5 mins Total Time 15 mins Course: Salad Cuisine: American Servings: 6 Servings Calories: 85 […]
Written by Carol Kicinski
You must know by now what a huge fan I am of fancy schmancy gluten free recipes that are easy peasy. This lovely pork chop recipe certainly fits that bill.
With nothing more “gourmet” than some fresh thyme and balsamic vinegar, and about 15 minute, I turned boneless pork chops (which happened to be on sale) into a diner-party-worthy dish.
Normally I brine my pork chops but when I don’t have time for that or just plain forget, I turn to my second favorite way of preparing them – I sear them quickly on top of the stove and then finish them off in the oven. This ensures a moist, evenly cooked pork chop.
What makes these pork chops fancy schmancy is the sauce;
I am a huge fan of brining pork chops – it is, in my opinion, the way to get juicy, flavorful pork chops and turn an inexpensive, everyday dinner item into something special.
In the past I have made brines with boiling water, sugar, kosher salt, a bit of apple cider vinegar and various seasonings. It is great and I still do that often. But as you may have noticed, I am a sort of impatient person and the only thing that I don’t like about my normal way of making brines is that I have to wait for the water to cool down before
This is not your mama’s onion dip – you know the one I am talking about, where you mix a packet of onion soup mix with some sour cream. First of all this dip is gluten-free, dairy free and yes, even vegan.