I'm going to be teaching you how to cook with soda using the stove. I'm sure some of you are thinking that sounds yummy but wouldn't my meal taste sugary and what is the point of cooking with soda? My response to your questions is you don't have to worry about your food tasting sweet because the heat from the stove eventually will burn off most of the sugar and the primary purpose of the soda in this recipe is to keep the chops moist.
This juicy pork chop recipe is one my favorite classics. It's not only one of the first dishes I made, but it too is one of my original articles that wrote when I started blogging.
Coca Cola Pork Chops
Four boneless or bone-in pork chops
1 C. Coca Cola
1-2 C. of Ketchup
Salt and Pepper to taste
1. Get a sheet of wax paper and put it on your kitchen counter.
Rinse each chop with cold water then place them on the wax paper. Get a few paper towels to dry them off individually until they are no longer wet. Use your hands, a basting brush or paper towels to cover both sides of pork chops with olive oil, sprinkle salt and Pepper them to taste and set aside.
2. In a small/medium mixing bowl stir together coca-cola and ketchup.
Pour your mixture into a skillet and cover your chop. Cook the chops in your skillet covered with the lid over medium for about ten minutes or until thoroughly cooked (will depend on thickness.) If sauce is too thin, remove chops and set aside, then reduce sauce to desired thickness.
Source Wholesome Mom
Published by Court's Cooking Blog