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Creamy Ranch Pork Chops

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Creamy Ranch Pork Chops

Ranch seasoning is a staple in many households, and it's no surprise that this creamy ranch pork chops recipe has been added to the family favorites list.

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What you need:

Boneless Pork Chops

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Cream Cheese

Salted Butter

Heavy Cream

Chicken Broth

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Start by patting your chops dry! Dry meat is essential; it really helps brown the meat.

1

Sprinkle liberally with salt and pepper as both salt and pepper are absent from the sauce.

2

Put your cast iron skillet on medium-high heat and melt 8 tablespoons of butter in it.

3

Place the pork chops in the melted butter and sear them for about 4-5 minutes.

4

When the pork chops reach around 135 degrees Fahrenheit or 57 degrees Celsius, they are done. Remove and let these golden pork chops rest while you continue.

5

Pour in the chicken stock to deglaze the skillet. While this is still going on, use a spoon to scrape the skillet's sides to ensure that you get all the delicious brown bits.

6

Add cream cheese and heavy cream. You'll need to stir the resulting mixture till it's homogenous and smooth.

7

Add in the homemade ranch seasoning and continue stirring until it also combines with the ingredients. This is the cream sauce.

8

Finally, lower the heat another notch and reintroduce the pork chops into the cream sauce in the cast iron skillet.

Cooking Tips

When you sear meat, including pork chops, pat dry with a paper towel to absorb surface moisture.

01

When searing pork in your cast iron skillet, leave at least 1 inch between each pork chop.

02

You'll need your sauce thick to complement the meat properly, so if it hasn't reached that point when the pork chops are done, leave the heat on and take the pork chops out.

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