Friday, November 11, 2016

Pork chops

Long back I was watching Martha Stewart show, and got a very interesting pork chop recipe, using apple, and cranberry. When Mr. came back with packet of pork loins, I had neither apple, nor dried cranberry in my kitchen. Instead of that I had huge amount of tomatoes, thanks to my backyard garden. So, I decided to do something , so that, I could use tomatoes as much as possible.  So, I came up with this recipe.

 
5 piece of pork loin

One tsp. of dried basil leaves

One tsp. of oregano leaves

Two tsp. of garlic powder

One cup tomato paste (approximately  2 medium sized tomato)

Half cup raisin paste (Approximately 1 cup raisin

Salt to taste

Two tbsp. of oil


Marinate the pork loin with salt, garlic, basil, and oregano. Keep in the refrigerator.Make a smooth paste of tomato and raisin. Heat oil in a heavy bottomed skillet in medium. Fry the pork loin for few minutes. Then take out and keep aside. In the same oil add the tomato-raisin paste. Fry for few minutes, and then add the pork chops into it. Cover the skillet , and let it cook , occasionally flipping the chops, until the gravy becomes very thick. Mean while pre heat the oven at 350 degree fahrenheit. Take an oven proof plate, spray oil in it. Switch off the stove. Arrange the chops on the plate. Pour the gravy over the chops. Cover the plate with an aluminum foil, and bake for half an hours. Serve with fried mixed vegetable, and salad.


18 comments:

JoJo said...

We just did a pork loin in the crockpot not too long ago and it was soooo good.

krishna said...

oh!! ha ha.. that's a nice coincidence :)

The Joy of Home with Martha Ellen said...

We always enjoy pork chops and your recipe sounds so good. Have a nice evening. ♥

martinealison said...

Bonjour,

Merci pour votre passage sur mon blog. A mon tour, je viens découvrir votre univers.
Du plaisir pour les yeux et les papilles !
Merci pour le partage de cette recette de longe de porc. Il est bon de cuisiner à l'instinct avec les produits qu'on a aussi sous la main. J'adore cuisiner. Il me semble que la cuisine est complémentaire à la peinture.

Gros bisous

Gosia k said...

looks yummy we do it in Poland in rhe same way

Jo said...

Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment, I hope you'll visit again. What a lovely meal, something a bit different and a good way to use up some home grown tomatoes.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Your meal looks so tasty! I love pork chops and made some with a balsamic glaze recently that were very good.

rainfield61 said...

Oh no, not a good temptation, especially after my dinner.

Jeanie said...

That looks good. Thanks for sharing it, Krishna. It's a good time of year for a dish like that!

Sara - My Woodland Garden said...

It looks really delicious! :)
Thank you for sharing. Have a happy weekend!

Beauty Unearthly said...

Lovely post dear! Have a great weekend! xx

Pixel Peeper said...

I love it when people come up with their own recipes or modify existing recipes according to what they have on hand. Sadly, I don't have this skill...I always need to follow the recipe. Your result looks delicious!

KB said...

Looks delicious!

Patty Antle said...

Yum! I'm one who has to follow recipes to the tee. I wouldn't even think to change things around. But you did and I imagine everyone enjoyed your delicious meal.

Shirley Tay said...

Gosh, I love pork chops & yours look so good! I'm back from trip & resuming my blog hopping! Have a good week, dear! xoxo

Linda @ Life and Linda said...

What a great dish. It is making me quite hungry. Thanks for sharing. I would love if you shared this at Dishing it & Digging It. The party is live now.

Cheri Savory Spoon said...

I can tell that this dish had so much flavor, looks delicious. Lucky you to be able to grow tomatoes;)

♥ Łucja-Maria ♥ said...

Real delights.
Greetings:)

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