islander, we love our freshly caught Tuna and Sardines from the fish market
every morning. But occasionally on Saturday’s, my mom would stop at the butcher
down the road and pick up a good center cut pork for making a roast or a stew.
chops. Those days, specialty food like Dijon mustard, ketchup were not readily
available in all stores.
it was lot of work but they were always freshly made from local organic spices.
We would marinade it overnight to absorb the flavors and grill it in on the
wood fired clay oven outside.
perfectly chard with thin spiced crust, the smoke given by the wood burning
also make the chops more flavorful and irresistible. We would all sit outside
by the mango trees and eat away the chops with bowl of steamed rice, Chick Pea
curry and green beans stir fry, a perfect complement of vegetable
I love re-creating dishes from my family recipes, sharing with
my fellow foodies make me re- visit those wonderful memories. I hope you will
try this easy to make recipe at home and would love to hear the feed back from you! Keep on cooking!
Preparation: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Yield: 4 servings
both sides with salt.
pepper and make a paste.
the pork chops and brown for 2 minutes on each side.
about 12 minutes.