Sweetness. Maple Glazed Chops.

Protein.  That’s all you’re getting today.  I’m behind on blogging and a lil’ something something is better than nothing.  I never thought moving would be so difficult, but juggling work, personal time (gym, friends, family, etc.) and my other passions overtook this blog.

So, back to the task at hand, how did I prepare this?

My husband and I have been frequenting Freshfield Farms as of late and buy a variety of meats and produce.

While there, we found these thick chops. I coated the chops with a little olive oil before rubbing the chopped fresh herbs (sage and thyme) and salt and pepper.  I heated the pan to medium high heat with butter.  After searing one side for about a minute and half, I poured about a tablespoon of maple syrup on top of each and flipped them.

Sweet and juicy
Sweet and juicy

I seared that side for a minute and half and put maple syrup on top of each again and broiled the chop for about three to four minutes.  Then flipped again and broiled for same amount of time.  Allow the chops to rest before serving.  Feel free to adjust the herbs and sweetness to your desired level.

Unfortunately or fortunately, depending on your outlook, I didn’t get a photo of the finished product as they were devoured quickly.  This main will definitely be in our rotation now.

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