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OldSouth
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Start your chops in a COLD PAN and turn to medium-high heat.


I've read this somewhere before. What's the science behind it again?






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pooponsaban
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re: What's your secret for JUICY pork chops?


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I've read this somewhere before. What's the science behind it again?


For one they won't "cup."






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OldSouth
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re: What's your secret for JUICY pork chops?


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For one they won't "cup."


Really?






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Schwartz
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Two pages and no mention of brine?

For fricking shame, people.







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Oenophile Brah
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re: What's your secret for JUICY pork chops?


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Two pages and no mention of brine?


This.






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pooponsaban
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re: What's your secret for JUICY pork chops?


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Two pages and no mention of brine?

For fricking shame, people.


Thin chops don't need a brine.






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Rohan2Reed
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re: What's your secret for JUICY pork chops?


Seriously? Brining a pork chop seems like an unnecessary waste of time. Cook it well and you'll have a juicy chop without the brine.





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Schwartz
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re: What's your secret for JUICY pork chops?


I always marinate/brine mine...plain pork chops are more boring than chicken breasts to me.





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Rohan2Reed
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wait, so are we talking about marinating? brining? seasoning? oh course plain pork chops are going to suck .. still no absolute defense of brining.





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re: What's your secret for JUICY pork chops?


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Two pages and no mention of brine?


This.


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Thin chops don't need a brine.


Life's too short to eat thin chops.






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pooponsaban
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re: What's your secret for JUICY pork chops?


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Life's too short to eat thin chops.


Thin bone in is my favorite chop.






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Neauxla
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Life's too short to eat thin chops.
smothered thin cut chops



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Schwartz
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Both-ish?

I rarely do a strict plain brine... osmosis will carry in some flavor, so might as well take advantage of it.






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Stadium Rat
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re: What's your secret for JUICY pork chops?


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Start your chops in a COLD PAN and turn to medium-high heat.

I've read this somewhere before. What's the science behind it again?



I'm not sure I remember correctly, but I think it has to do with the hot pan immediately causing the meat to tighten, which squeezes the moisture out. I have used this method many times and it always works. It's the only way I do them now.






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