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Apr 4, 2007 08:49 PM

porkchop stuffing ideas

Went to the meat market today looking for beef cuts to bbq that I've not bbq'd before(I'm not very educated in buchery or meat cuts). I bought several roast type cuts. One was called an English something or other and it turned out to be a pork cut. After a little questioning I learn it is a roast from which they cut porkchops.
I decide I'm not bbq'ing this cut, but rather want to make some thick cut porkcops and stuff them.
Any help here? Want to know with what you folks like to stuff them. I can look up recipes if I can just get some educated ideas.
Obviously I can Google stuffed porkchops. The ideas I get here are much more reliable than random Googling.
Thanks a ton,

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  1. mixture of cornbread with maybe some sausage, apricots or cranberries or golden raisins, celery, onion, carrot, etc...basically what I use to make thanksgiving dressing

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    1. re: bitsubeats

      The golden raisins sound really good.
      Thank you

      1. re: bitsubeats

        Yes to bitsubeats suggestions, but add some Grand Marnier.

      2. A cornbread stuffing with pecans and dried apricots or dried cherries is one of my favorites. Fruit and pork are a happy marriage.

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        1. re: manya7

          "Fruit and pork are a happy marriage."
          That helps a lot- thanks.

        2. butternut squash with sage, pecans, onions, and apples

          goat cheese, sage, and apricots

          wild rice mixture with diced onions and carrots, and cranberries

          1. chopped sauteed onion, garlic, fresh sage, mushrooms, s&p, white wine

            1. Just tonight I saw Alton Brown grill stuffed porkchops. Sounded delicious!


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              1. re: mojoeater

                Hey Mojo, that does sound good.
                Damn! Just last night I threw away some jalopena cornbread :(
                Reckon I can make some more for this though.