Baked Pork Chops with Swiss Chard
There's no need to brown the pork chops first; just pop them in the oven. As the chops bake, their juices will seep into the Swiss chard, flavoring the entire dish.Plus: More Pork Recipes and Tips
Swiss Chard You can use either green or red Swiss chard for this dish. You'll want to rinse the leaves thoroughly before cooking, but don't dry them. The moisture will help keep the chard from drying out during cooking.
Wines based on the Sangiovese grape work particularly well with pork chops. Try a Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, similar to Chianti but richer, earthier, and more powerful.