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Recipes - Brined Pork Chops Recipe

Recipe Name

Brined Pork Chops

Submitted by Jaeden
Recipe Description Jaeden Martinez Pd 3
Quantity 6 Quantity Unit Servings  
Prep Time (minutes) 1 Cook Time (minutes) 1 Ready In (minutes) 2
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Amt. Measure Ingredient
cupkosher salt
leafbay leaf
teaspoonblack pepper
chop, aprox. 4 oz. rawboneless center cut pork chops
clovegarlic smashed
tablespooncinnamon sticks (1 whole stick)
Sequence Step
11 Day 1. 2 cups of water to a boil in a medium sized sauce pan. Add the ingredients except for the pork chop and simmer for 5 mins. Remove the pan from the stove onto a cooling rack. Large liquid measuring cup put 2 cups of ice then fill with water until it reaches 2 cup level, and then add a hot pan and stir. Gallon size zip lock bag write team name and period, write number of pork chops ordered. Then the pork chops will be added later in the day 2 Day 2. Preheat the George Forman grill. Then take the zip lock bag to the sink and open it allowing most of the liquid to pour out and be careful to not let the spices go down the drain. Put pork chops on plate or cutting board with several layers of paper towels. Pat the pork chops until they are dry and when the grill is ready, start cooking the brined pork chops turning 1 time. Meats should have a internal temperature of 160 degrees so its safe to eat. Remove the finished pork chops to a serving dish and cover foil while the others are still cooking and all of the pork chops should rest a few minutes before you eat them.

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