David Burke on keeping pork chops juicyDavid Burke on keeping pork chops juicy
What happens with pork chops some times you cook it too much and it continues to cook. There's a lot of fat on the outside of the pork but on the inside it tends to get dry quickly. The key is pull it out of the sautay pan or the broiler or the grill. Let it rest and you'll see the blood juices. And juices come out a little bit. I'm talking seven, eight minutes. And then put it back on and heat it up. That way it kinda settles in. It's resting a steak. But a pork chop works good this way because otherwise you tend to overcook it. And that ruins it. Pork gets such good flavor. You don't wanna kill it.