Thursday, January 19, 2012

Pork Chop with Rosemary Gravy


Pork chop is  the most familiar cut of pork and are the most widely cook among people. Bone less chops offer quick preparation but bone- in is more flavorful, being cooked with the bone. You can cook the pork chop however you want it, bake, fry,roast or grill.

For my  version of pork chop, I baked it instead of the usual frying  and if you notice I don' t have the exact measurement. Just make it according to your prepared taste.


  • fresh rosemary- chopped
  • garlic minced
  • olive oil
  • lemon juice
  • lemon and pepper seasoning salt

  1. Mix all the the ingredients
  2. Rub it on the pork chops
  3. Put in a baking dish and bake at the preheated oven at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or more, or until the juice from the meat comes out clear.
  4. Arrange in a platter when cooked. 
  5. Topped with gravy
Rosemary Gravy:
  1. Combine the juice from the meat,chicken broth and chopped rosemary.
  2. Boil to reduce the liquid  mixture. 
  3. Thicken with corn starch.
  4. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  5. Add butter at the end to add flavor and glossy finish.



  1. I love rosemary not only on my pork chops but also on chicken. For me, it's fragrance makes any meat appetizing.

  2. Wow! what a food! Pork chops are my favorite before. I used to eat them when I was still in my early thirties, but now I'm a senior citizen I've to be careful of my food intakes. My wife still is preparing these for some of my family members. I just eat them sparingly.

    Eating this kind of food with care from Gil Camporazo of RandomThoughts!

  3. wow can't believed it can be bake too, it looks so tender like a ham

  4. This is a new way to serve porkchops! Usually, in our house, we just marinate it then grill or fry. I just read a recipe from my friends blog about chicken with paprika and thyme. Looks like this too. :)

  5. this looks yummy, thank you for sharing the recipe. Will try cooking it at home :)


  6. Every cook has it's own style and technique for cooking. You made it easy for everyone who wishes to cook pork chops. It looks yummy.

    Why not try my So Saucy Casserole one day.

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  8. Hmmm I have rosemary but from the bottle... That one will do for now. Wll try this recipe. Yey ! good luck to me! ;-)

  9. pork chop with rosemary...this is perfect dish...

  10. Wow! this is what i am craving for... pork chop! plus i usually put rosemary only to my roasted chicken now ill try this one!!! yum yum!!!

  11. It looks delicious! Too bad I don't eat meat anymore. Maybe the recipe can also be converted to fish? Pwede kaya?

  12. i would try this...i love your sauces here in your blog... :)

  13. This is one of my weaknesess, "pork chop". So yummy talaga and would love to try cooking this. Thanks for the procedure, tatess.


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