I like pork chops , the only thing you want to make sure when you cook pork chops is , that you DON’T want to overcook it . Or it will be tough and chewy . Surprisingly , pork chops don’t take long to cook , especially if you get a thin one , or already tenderized ones . This recipe below , you can always use a thick one or tenderized one . Just it’s up to you whichever one you use . This dish is pretty quick to make , i like using red bell pepper more than the green ones . The red always have better taste , i guess you can use orange , yellow pepper too , except , it’s expensive .. so i chose the red only and skipped orange or yellow 😀
You will need :
4 pork chops , thick cut or tenderized
red bell pepper , orange , and green bell pepper
4-5 shiitake mushroom
half a can of chunk pineapple
salt and pepper
1/2 cup of teriyaki sauce
1 cup of chicken broth
3 tbsp. of honey
1. Sprinkle pork chops with salt and pepper , heat 3 tbsp. of oil in the skillet . Cook the pork chops about 3-4 minutes on each side , it depends on how thick , if it’s really thick then probably 5 minutes on each side , the thinner the pork chop , the faster it cook , maybe 3 minutes something . Don’t over cook , then take it out from the skillet , Set aside
2. In a skillet , add oil again , cook the bell peppers , ( bite size ) , mushroom and pineapple , about 6-8 minutes until pineapple starts to caramelize . Then remove from the skillet .
3. In a skillet , pour the chicken broth , then add teriyaki sauce , honey and cook for 5 minutes . Thicken the sauce with cornstarch . Put the pork chop back in there , with the vegetables . Serve over rice , topped with sliced green onion .