Tender & Juicy Pork Chop Simple Method

With this simple trick, you will be able to always mke tender and juicy porkchops, everytime you cook it! No magic and no BS πŸ™‚

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20 comments

  1. Vincent Dang

    Appa pork chop

  2. Niterider albin

    Love the music in the background. That pork looks amazing btw!

  3. Helen Rogers

    I never have tried pine tree

  4. Second Sister

    Looks yummy! Thanks for the tips! Think I'll try it.

  5. I mean why not mix all the seasoning together and marinate overnight instead of brining?

  6. MbisonBalrog

    Actually I wonder if this work on other kinds of meat like steak, or pork loin.

  7. MbisonBalrog

    This velveting method works really well. The interior is nice and juicy unlike most pork chops I have had even at high end restaurants. I wonder if the water is the key, and if still work if I just leave out the other ingredients.

  8. I always go sear with high heat on both sides, then go low heat and use a lid to cover the pan. About 10 minutes and I got a tender steak with some sauce that came out of the meat.

  9. Linda Currie

    Looks delicious. Served with beets? and a broccoli bacon saute?

  10. Wayne Halina

    What's the substitute for turmenic

  11. julie chhangte

    no rosmary

  12. Robert Thompson

    Beautifully done.

  13. That looks really good. Don't know why all the thumbs down. Thanks for the video.

  14. Life of Justice 101

    The pork chop looked so good…. And then they put it on a salad πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ

  15. OMG!! Yum!

  16. John Schramm

    Simple?

  17. knorr stock cube springs to mind…

  18. Thelifeboy 13

    I NEED TO TRY DIS LIKE ASAP PRANTO RIGHT NOW

  19. Soon as it said keep in fridge overnight, that was me done! Don't want to make a meal that's gonna take 24hrs to dish out!

  20. rosemary marsh

    Looks good and yummy.Will give it a try.Thanks for sharing.