Boneless pork chops are perfect quick cooking protein for busy weeknight meals. A pork chop, like other meat chops, is a loin cut taken perpendicular to the spine of the pig and usually contains a rib or part of spine on one side. These cuts bear very little waste because it has no bones and very little fat.
Don’t cook meats straight from the refrigerator. Thirty minutes before you plan to cook, take the meats out of the fridge to bring the meat up to room temperature, which helps in cookig more evenly throughout.
Season the meats with salt half an hour before cooking. Pork chops are lean, so seasoning with salt before cooking is essential for making the deliciously flavorful chops.