Here’s how you make a pork chop that can truly rival a great steak at home: Brine it with brown sugar, pan-fry it, and then baste it with butter. If that sounds a lot like how you cook a steak at home, you’re right — this is basically pork chop steak!
There are a number of reasons you might want to serve pork chops instead of steak (cost and effort chief among them), but our favorite is this: A steak-fried pork chop is incredibly tender and juicy, bathed with brown, garlicky butter, and just as satisfying as its beefy brethren. Here’s how to cook a pork chop like a steak on the stovetop.
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