Pork Chop - Skin-On

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Indulge in juicy pork goodness with Tenderbites! Our porkchop cuts are lean meat, with a layer of fat making them extra scrumptious when cooked. Broil, roast, or grill our skin-on porkchop for a hearty and savory meal.

Pork Chop - Skin-On

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Pork chops are considered one of the most popular cuts of meat from a pig since you can get them in various shapes and sizes. You can broil, roast, pan-fry, or grill chops and still end up with a delicious dish. This meat cut comes from the upper portion or loin of the pig that runs from their shoulder to hips.

TenderBites’ pork chops are packed with tender goodness for a delectable treat. Our chops are lean and have a layer of fat that complements their juiciness when cooked. Add in some seasoning of your choice, and you have a tasty dish to tickle your palate.

The recipes you can do with pork chop are endless. You can broil the pork chops with some rock salt and dip them in vinegar for a typical Pinoy dish. For a well-made loin chop, just cook the meat to 145° F and let it rest for about three minutes before serving.

Get the perfect cut every time at TenderBites. We follow an “any cut, any request” policy to make your meal prep easier. We also store all orders in clean and airtight packaging according to your preferred serving sizes. Shop on a per-kilo basis and have them delivered to your doorstep on a minimum purchase order.

Enjoy your next single-serve dish or salu-salo with pork chop cuts and other premium meats from TenderBites.

Different Ways To Enjoy Pork Chop - Skin-On

  • Filipino pork chop steak
  • Roasted pork chop with sage and champ
  • Crispy pan-fried pork chop
  • Grilled pork chops

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I keep the skin on my pork chops?
Ensure your pork chop’s skin stays on by not overcoating it with flour before frying. Moreover, dip the chops in your egg batter mixture instead of soaking it for a long time. Your cooking oil should also be hot enough before you fry your pork chops. The meat will absorb all the oil instead of getting cooked evenly if your oil is not up to temperature.
How do I tenderize pork chops?
Lean cuts of meat such as pork chop can get tough when overcooked. You can use a marinade with salt to infuse flavor or any acidic juice like lemon, pineapple, and lime that penetrates into the meat and breaks down protein to soften the meat. Marinating your chops this way tenderizes the meat and maintains its moisture.
How long should I marinate pork chops?
Half an inch thick pork chops should be marinated for at least 45 minutes. If you want more flavor, you can do this overnight. Additionally, you can simply dry brine the chops by seasoning the meat with salt and letting it sit inside your refrigerator for 12 to 24 hours.
How long can I store pork chops?
Pork chops can be stored in the refrigerator for three to five days after their date of purchase. You can maximize their shelf life by overwrapping the original packaging with airtight heavy-duty aluminum foil or plastic wrap. Pork chops can last for about four to six months if stored correctly in the freezer. Do not open its packaging until it is ready to be used.

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