Ginger Glazed Pork Chops

Grumble.  Groan. My stomach demands Food.

I temporarily ignore my stomach, and convene with my cookbook.  Pork Chops with an Asian flair looks interesting – ginger.  I have my culinary inspiration.  It also helps that the recipe is simple, and it happens to be right up my alley.  I enter the ingredients I need into my reminder list.

Size/Quantity/Amount Ingredient
2 Thin Cut Pork Chops
Pinches Pepper/Salt
Bulbs/Root Ginger
1 Clove Shallot
2 Tablespoons Sherry
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil

I walk into my local grocer, a nice Roche Brother’s around the corner.  I do my mind bending waltz around the store to finish my reminder list.  I fill my basket – 11 items, when only 10 ensures your survival in the express lane.   Given my fortune, I also find the longest non-express line.


Cleanup the Pork.

Pepper and Salt Liberally

Take out a Pan with a Lid (Put on the Stove and leave cold)

Pour in some olive oil

Put the Chops in the Pan and Turn it to Medium High

When it starts to sizzle, put in the julianed ginger and shallot

Brown the Pork Chop and julianed ginger and shallot

Let it sit for 2-3 minutes and cook some more

Pour in the Sherry Wine

Finish cooking and thicken up the “sauce”

Check the Pork is Cooked with a 140 degree reading.

Once ready, serve and enjoy

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