|Pan seared deliciousness|
Here's what you need for the marinade:
1tbsp Balsamic vinegar
2tbsp soy sauce
1 garlic clove
1tbsp red pepper flakes
mix up and pour into a zip lock baggie with your pork chops, then add about 1-2 cups water (enough to cover the pork chops) and let sit in the fridge for half the day (longer for more flavor of course).
Then take your lovely well marinated pork chops and stick them in your skillet. Let them sear for awhile on both sides. I like to have a nice crispy skin on mine so I added some olive oil to the pan (should oil anyways so the pork doesn't stick).
|See the crispy-ness? yummmm|
Anywho, we had ours with herb and butter rice and left over green bean casserole from Easter dinner so this was not only an easy meal but a super cheap one at that, like an $8 meal for my family of 6!!