Rocky Top Pork Chops

Rocky Mountain Forest Raised Pork

pastured pork chop recipe - pastured pork chops from Corner Post Meats

Try this easy to make unique pastured pork chop recipe. Enjoy this seared pork with warm garlic vodka butter sauce. 

pastured pork chops - forest raised pork from Colorado

The #1 ranch favorite! A rich rosy red pork chop with a thick cut of fat left on. Our fat is clean, nutritious, and delicious. Cook it like a steak and leave some pink inside. This will be the best pork chop you've ever had.

seared pork chop - pastured pork from Corner Post Meats

Sear the pork chops in a cast iron or other high quality pan to a warm golden brown. 

pastured pork chops from Colorado - easy recipe for seared chops with garlic butter sauce

Get your seared chops ready to top with homemade garlic butter sauce.

pork chops with garlic butter sauce recipe

This warm creamy sauce is the perfect compliment to seared pork chops.

2 packages Corner Post Pork Chops
4 oz. vodka
1 tablespoon cream or milk
8 oz. COLD butter
6 cloves garlic, finely chopped
salt and pepper

Salt and pepper each of the pork chops and cook in 2 tablespoons of lard over medium high heat - about 5 minutes each side. Remove the chops from heat to a plate and tent with foil to rest. Turn the heat down to medium low and add garlic. Do not let the garlic brown or the flavor will become bitter. Add vodka and bring to a low gentle boil. Allow to reduce down to almost dry - approximately 2 teaspoons of liquid left in the pan. Add cream and stir into the reduced vodka. Add the cold butter and stir over low heat until the butter has melted and incorporated into the vodka cream mixture to create a creamy sauce. Add 2 teaspoons of salt - adjust to taste preference. This easy recipe is like a warm hug on a cool day. We enjoy these chops with oven roasted root vegetables and wilted spinach. 

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