Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Creole Mustard Pork

I try to make meals that are bold in flavors. I also try to not make the same thing all the time. Actually I dont make the same thing probably twice in one month. I get bored easily. But it also hard because The Ballplayer is somewhat of a picky eater. I am making him seem like he doesn't like foods. He likes food. He just likes to eat pretty clean. I however like EVERYTHING! OK correction! Tonight's meal he doesnt really dig but that's just too bad because I do. He tolerated tonight's meal. He really doesn't care for any potatoes. I know! Who is this kid? His sister and I could practically live off potatoes and potatoes alone. And then the pork has sauce on it. Sorry he tolerated it. It was sooo sooo soo yummy too. Pork with a spicy creole mustard. Mmm what is not to like? The salad was just there because I had to have a vegetable. Thank you very much!

Creole Mustard Pork

2 TB Creole Mustard
2 TB honey
2 TB olive oil
1 lemon
1 TB Italian seasoning
3-4 pork chops

So I am a little embarrassed at how long it takes me to get my blog posted. I bought these pork chops in January, froze them and cooked them probably within three months after. yep I am a slacker. Thank you very much for reading. I buy these at Costco and package them up in three pack since we have three at home right now.
I took a bowl squeezed a lemon over the chops a half hour before cooking
dumped maybe 2 TB olive oil
dump 1 TB Italian seasoning
Move it all around and let marinate 30 minutes
This is my favorite pan....well that and my Le Creuset . This one is cheaper being it cost me only $12 and if you take care of it, it will last forever! This baby is well seasoned so I dont need to oil or add spray
Add the meat and brown
Brown on both sides over medium high
Mix the Creole mustard and equal parts honey
top the chops and put into a preheated 400 oven for 10 minutes
Serve! I am serving with sweet potato fries


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