Asian Pork Chops, Culinessa style

Sometimes you crave something you ate when you were little, but somehow you still remember what it tasted like. Do you guys know what I mean? haha Or does it not make any sense at all. Niw’s I was craving my moms pork chops she served us with fried potatos and vegetables called “tajerblad” in my country Suriname. There is no other vegetable nor a translation for it, but you can best decribe it as something like creamy spinach.

Today I made another recipe for the boys from Koken met Aanbiedingen and as I was thinking what to make them, I thought why not combine my cravings with this recipe. Taraaa the idea for these Asian Pork Chops was born. They are more Chinese, but not an authentic recipe, so I just call them Asian. Hope you like them too. They are perfect to have with some steamy rice or mashed potatoes too. Oh and imagine them on the bbq in summer. S C O R E I think!
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Recipe for Asian Pork Chops, Culinessa style

Ingredients
4 Pork Chops (500gr)

Potatoes (900gr)
1 medium onion
1 clove of garlic
A thumb piece of Ginger
4 TBsp Oyster sauce
1 spring onion
Salt
Pepper
2 TBsp Sugar
Butter
Oil

Method

Season your pork chops with salt and pepper.

Finely chop the onion, ginger and grate the garlic. You can also puree all in a mortar.
Make a marinade with oyster sauce, sugar, onion, ginger and garlic.
Marinade the pork chops at least 10 minutes. (Preferably overnight)
Peel your potatoes, cut them up in wedges and boil them for about 10 minutes in salted water.
Heat up a pan wit a lump of butter and a bit of olive oil and sear them on each side for about 4 minutes (per side).
Add a little bit of water and keep on cooking till you get a nice gravy.
Heat up another pan and add some olive oil and fry the potato wedges for about 6-7 minutes till they are golden brown.
Finely chop up the spring onion and sprinkle over the pork chops.

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