How to Make Easy Baked Pork Chops | The Stay At Home Chef


Today on The Stay At Home Chef I’m showing
you how to make Easy Baked Pork Chops. My family absolutely loves pork chops. In the past I’ve shown you how to make the perfect thick cut pork chop, as well as shown you how to make a smoked
pork chop. Today I’m showing you how to make this easy baked boneless pork chop that is perfect for a weeknight dinner. We’re going to start with 4 pork chops and I like mine to be on the thicker side so you want them about 1 inch thick. Then you’re going to take some extra virgin
olive oil and rub it onto both sides of each pork chop. Then we’re going to put together a simple
rub that will provide the seasoning or our meat. It starts with 2 teaspoons of salt, Pork needs a lot of salt! And you’ll also need 1 teaspoon black pepper, 1 teaspoon onion powder, and 1 teaspoon of smoked paprika. Then give this a quick stir. Pork has so much flavor on its own that you
want to make sure you keep your seasonings really
simple so you can let the flavor of the meat shine
through. Next we’re going to take this and sprinkle it onto our chops. And then you’ll also want to make sure that
you rub it in You’ll get a nice red coloring to it. Then flip it over and rub some in on the other
side as well. Next you’ll need a 9×13 baking pan and you’ll want to spray that with a little
bit of nonstick cooking spray. You’ll lay your pork chops directly into
this pan. And that’s really it! If you wanted to you could add in some veggies, like green beans. Just toss them in a little bit of olive oil and salt and pepper and surround the pork
chops with them. But I’m just going to leave mine plain today. Next we’re going to bake this in a 400 degree
oven for 15 to 20 minutes or until the pork reaches an internal temperature
of 145 degrees fahrenheit. If you want to add a little browning and caramelization
to the top you can place it under the broiler setting
for just a couple of minutes to give it just a little bit of a reverse
sear or you can throw it into a hot cast iron skillet
with a little bit more olive oil and get that sear on it as
well. And then, you’re ready to eat. Thanks for watching! You can find the full written recipe in the
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53 thoughts on “How to Make Easy Baked Pork Chops | The Stay At Home Chef

  1. Great "go to" recipe. I make these when traveling in RV. Great color tee…you are always pretty but color really makes your eyes pop! Thx Rachel.

  2. I made these this past weekend and they turned out amazing. I had 4 bone-in pork chops, each an inch thick and seared them in a cast iron skillet for a couple of minutes each side before putting the entire pan with the chops in the oven at 400 degrees. 20 minutes later, they came out nice and juicy. Thanks for your recipe!

  3. just made this for my mom and neice. really turned out good. a bit much pepper for me but im a wuss. also used the dripping to make a gravy for the taters. ty for the vid

  4. Should have sear them for at least three minutes on each side on medium-high heat or high medium heat whichever you prefer is just all about preference there but a porkchop that pic definitely needs to be seared then baked 1012 minutes 400 degrees in my opinion the seasoning looked on point!

  5. You're so nice and proper! Cheers! And my last day before it says "Use or freeze" so I'm gonna keep it simple like that too.

  6. I'm going to make this tonight. If it does not turn out right I am going to come to your house and steal those Bananas that are behind you on your counter.
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  7. Hello…. thank you for this recipe, today I cooked this pork chop recipe and they were soooo tasty and delicious. My kids and husband tell me to keep doing your delicious recipes. I love the way you explain it so easy and simple. Thank you

  8. I made these tonight. Too salty for us. Instead of 2-1 salt/pepper ratio, I am go down to 1-1. You can always add at the table if you want more salt.

  9. These turned out so great! I used 1 tsp. of salt, and instead of ground pepper I used Lemon & Pepper Seasoning, and the tang was delicious! I also coated them with lime juice before the oil. This was a great dinner with some corn, thank you!

  10. Why do you cook these to 145 when that is NOT well done for pork chops? My meat thermometer states that medium well is 165 degrees and well done is 170??? Cant you get food poisoning by NOT cooking pork done like chicken?? Please advise and thank you!!!

  11. I have this in the oven right now with frozen whole green beans. Being lazy and making instant rice to go with.

    I only used 2 porkchops…but they were huge sirloin chops.

  12. great quick & simple recipe…added onion powder, basil and parley. doubled ingredients. absolutely grrrRRRREAT…!!! TIP(from a GREASE monkey)…l use vinyl gloves and sprinkle baby powder on hands b4 putting gloves on to ease on and off. that way l do not get oily hands on rubbing oil oil(l buy bulk gloves for pennies each and get largest size…
    l work on car engines

  13. "Pork has so much flavor on it's own"… .yes it does… so why add all of this nasty crap to ruin the taste of the delicious pork chop? 🙁

  14. Thank you for this delicious pork chops recipe!! It was so delicious and a hit with my family tonight, including my little ones! ? It's a keeper!

  15. I never trust a recipe that has a separate clip of the item being cooked. Especially when it looks like a "stock" clip from something else.

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