Frenched Pork Chop
Enjoy home-cooked porkchop and prepare a restaurant-quality dish. Shop for frenched pork chop cuts at Tenderbites!
Our prime Frenched pork chop cuts are succulent when cooked, and are perfect for grilling or reverse searing.
Frenched Pork Chop
Frenched pork chops are bone-in cuts from the rib area of the loin. These chops contain some marbling on and around the meat. When cooked, they’re incredibly delicious and savory. Grill or reverse sear these cuts and treat yourself to a sumptuous meal!
Impress your guests with tender and flavorful chops. Make our prime Frenched pork chop the star of your next meal.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is frenching?
Frenching is a technique of exposing the rib bone of a primal cut of meat for a better presentation. This means removing all the meat, fat, and membrane on the bone for a clean look. This cooking technique cleans the choice cut and makes for an elegant, picture-perfect meal. You can learn this technique and french your protein at home with a bit of practice. But it’s always best to get frenched meat cuts for better results.
Why do you soak pork chops in milk?
Milk softens and tenderizes your chops better than other marinades. Yogurt and buttermilk are also good alternatives. Take note that soaking your chops in these marinades gives it a tangier taste. Make sure to contrast this flavor with other herbs and seasoning.
How do I make breading stick to pork chops?
Make sure to dry your chops first using paper towels. Set up your breading station using flour, egg, and bread crumbs. Dredge the meat in the flour to absorb any additional moisture. Next, put it in your egg mixture and your bread crumbs after. The egg will help the crumbs stick better and not fall off easily as you cook them.
Can I wash my meat before cooking?
It is not recommended to rinse your pork chop before cooking as it can cause cross-contamination or the spreading of bacteria in your protein to other food, surfaces, and utensils. Moreover, further washing isn’t necessary as your meat was already cleaned while it was being processed.
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