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Spinach Pork Chops
By Chef: De
If you are a spinach lover, this is your dish, if you are not, you will become one with this delicious entree. The pork chops are simmered in a spinach tomato sauce.
Prep Time:
5 mins.
Servings:
5
Cook Time:
45 mins.
Difficulty:
Easy
Overall Rating:
94
 
 

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Recipe Ingredients & Directions

INGREDIENTS

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3 lb Pork loin chops
1 bunch Spinach
1.5 tsp Garlic salt (or to taste) - for pork chop seasoning
1 tsp Pepper (or to taste) - for pork chop seasoning
1/2 tsp Salt (or to taste) - for pork chop seasoning
1 8oz. can tomato sauce
3 tbsp Vegetable oil (to coat pan)
1 tsp Garlic salt (or to taste) - for tomato sauce
1/2 tsp Pepper (or to taste) - for tomato sauce
1/2 tsp Salt (or to taste) - for tomato sauce
4 cups water

DIRECTIONS

Coat a 12 in frying pan with the 3tbsp of vegetable oil and set to medium heat. While that is heating up, season your pork chops with the garlic salt, pepper and salt seasoning. My amounts are listed, but this all to taste. When your oil is good and ready (sizzling), place your seasoned pork chops into the frying pan and cook until brown. They don't have to cook all the way because they will cook more in the tomato spinach sauce. While the pork chops are cooking, rinse your spinach in cold water. You can break off the stems if you like. I do. Place the rinsed spinach in a medium size stock pot. Cook the spinach in the stock pot over low heat for 8 to 10 mins. When pork chops are good and brown, take them out. Keep the drippings for flavor. Add the can of tomato sauce, the water, cooked spinach (include the spinach juice that accumulated in the pot) and more seasoning to taste. I use a little more garlic salt, salt and pepper. Place the pork chops back into the tomato spinach sauce and let simmer over a medium/low heat for about 30 min. That's it. Take out the pork chops and spoon over as much tomato spinach sauce on top of your pork chops as you like. Enjoy.