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Baked pork chops with potatoes, carrots & green beans recipe

All of us like pork chops, right? They can be grilled, baked, cooked. We eat them no matter how they're done, as long as they taste good.

So, here's a great recipe for you to try when you have your next pork chop dish. It's a special Brazilian way recipe for you.

INGREDIENTS:

6 pieces of fresh pork chops
1 onion
1 green pepper
1 tablespoon of minced garlic
2 or teaspoons of salt (or more if you'd like)
2 teaspoons of black pepper
1 pound of potatoes
1 pound of carrots
1 pound of green beans
1/2 cup of vegetable oil
Fresh parsley & scallions

DIRECTIONS:

- Peel your potatoes, carrots & green beans and boil them with water, 1 tablespoon of salt and 1 tablespoon of oil until they get soft (not mushy)
- While they're boiling chop your tomato, green pepper, parsley & scallions together
- Using a bowl add minced garlic, black pepper, salt and oil
- Now. Stick a knife through your pork chops to make small holes so the seasoning will get inside of them
- Use aluminum foil to cover your baking pan and spread the seasoning on both sides of them
- Add the boiled potatoes, carrots & green beans and bring them to a preheated oven (350/400 degrees) and let them bake for 30 minutes or more (if you like them well done)
- Use 3 tablespoons of oil plus 1/2 cup of water so they won't burn.

IMPORTANT NOTE: 

Make sure that you make holes on them so your seasoning will get through them.
Although you see just green beans in the picture but if you use potatoes & carrots they'll taste better and make your dish look more colorful.
Also, make sure to turn them so they'll bake evenly on both sides.

This is a little bit of work but you'll enjoy your pork chops just like we do, in Brazil.

Have fun and enjoy!
 

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Comments

  • Yes, Paulo, I am one of those pork chop lovers - a major fan! And I like your recipe here, easy to put together, and all the good accompaniments. But it is difficult to find pork chops with plenty of marbling as of late. I have to really hunt for them. Especially when grilling chops, they seem to cook up better if they have more fat for basting, and they taste better too. Oh-well...!

  • bonifacio egido 3 years ago

    This recipe is quite expensive but I know the taste has a reason to try and to find it out. For sure you never give us a wrong taste, thus we love to cook all your recipes and we found it perfect and very convincing to do it more and more. My family enjoyed it and also with my friends, sometimes if we have problems on the menu, we simply wait for your magic recipe. Ones again this is FANTASTIC.

  • Grettel Deane 3 years ago

    Love it, I'm on my way to the market to get the ingredients.

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    Margie Slivinske 3 years ago

    Paulo, you are so right - I will eat a pork chop no matter how it's cooked as long as it tastes good! I just love your recipes because they are so different from what I think of as traditional. This one not only sounds good but healthy as well. Thank you for sharing this Brazilian treat :-)

    San Jose Easy Meals Examiner
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    Richard Webster 3 years ago

    Now this is something I can get behind! Thanks for the great recipe.

  • Anonymous 3 years ago

    It looks like to be a great recipe. I will try it today.
    Nelson

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    Michael Thal 3 years ago

    I won't eat pork, but I bet this recipe will go great with lamb.

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    Annie Chu 3 years ago

    Yes love pork chops! I can't wait to try your recipe!

  • Nancy Z-Grand Rapids Public Health Examiner 3 years ago

    This recipe sounds great and I love pork. Thanks.

  • Felipe 3 years ago

    It seems delicious!

  • rayfosu 3 years ago

    Just can't wait to try this pork chops recipe...

    I am sure will taste sweet and yummy. Thanks for sharing this with me.

  • Profile picture of Amelia Albanese
    Amelia Albanese 3 years ago

    What's better than a recipe that is simplistic and looks tasty? I can't think of anything :)
    -San Jose Cheap Eats Examiner

  • R.R.Cratty Parenting & Education Examiner 3 years ago

    Thanks for this great recipe...it seems easy, I will give it a try.

  • Profile picture of Dawn Gagnon
    Dawn Gagnon 3 years ago

    These types of dishes will be popular in any family. I get hungry every time I read a good wholesome meat and potatoes style recipe. Yummy!

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