Peachy pork chops from 5 Ingredients: Quick & Easy Food (page 216) by Jamie Oliver

  • bourbon
  • rosemary
  • garlic
  • pork chops
  • tinned peaches in juice

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  • mharriman on December 22, 2020

    This is one of the very few Jamie Oliver recipes I’ve tried that didn’t turn out well. I followed the directions exactly and came away with lessons learned. Jamie shows photos of raw pork chops on the recipe page with very thick rinds.To make the dish as he directs, I don’t recommend attemptIng it unless you have pork chops With very thick rinds. Mine had been trimmed and it turns out there wasn’t enough rind or fat to do what he wanted done in the broiler. He doesn’t say what to do after broiling the long rind crisps but shows them with the chops in the fry pan. So, I assume that’s where they go. My chops ended up looking pretty but were overcooked. My peach halves sautéed and browned nicely as did the garlic and rosemary but I couldn’t get the bourbon to light, so it was a pan sauce instead of flambe’. I may try this again but would definitely need to visit the butcher shop, not grocer, to get the proper kind of chop needed.

  • KarinaFrancis on November 17, 2020

    Great weeknight dinner, not over-the-top fancy but easily on the table in 30 minutes and really tasty. We used sliced peaches because for some reason my local Woolies doesn’t have halved ones.

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