My mom was one of the best cooks in the world. You have no idea how much I miss her home-cooked dinners sometimes. As most of you know, I lost her in 2017 and while most of her recipes live on, it’s just not the same. But as much as I loved her cooking, there were a few things she made that I just could not stand. She made this horrible apricot chicken dish that I nicknamed “yucken” when I was a kid -and the name just sort of stuck. Another thing I just didn’t like when I was a kid were pork chops. No matter how she made them, it took everything I had not to gag over every bite.
Now that I’m an adult, I understand that it’s a texture issue, but as a kid I just thought pork chops were gross. Speaking of being an adult, we all know that means you have to do things you don’t like sometimes and since I want my kids to at least TRY new foods, I made pork for dinner recently. I ended up finding this recipe for Salsa Verde Pork Chops, so I made it.
Salsa Verde Pork Chops