Average Joe’s Pad Thai reminded me that this thread needed a little poke.
Find some 6-8 thick-cut bone-in pork chops. Other ingredients include:
Salt, black pepper, Cajun or Creole Seasoning for Seasoning
1 Tablespoon of Olive Oil
1/2 Stick of Butter
¼ Cup of Flour
1 quart Chicken Stock
½ Cup Water
Rice or Mashed Potatoes to be served with
Start out by getting a pan heated over med/high heat.
Generously season each side of the pork chops.
Add olive oil to the pan and brown your pork chops (a couple of minutes on each side). This may have to be done in batches depending on how many chops you are cooking.
While pork chops are browning, chop two onions and season them too.
Remove the browned pork chops and set them aside on a plate or large bowl.
Once all of the pork chops have been seared and removed from the pan, add the chopped onions to the pan. Add a small amount of water to help break up the bits at the bottom of the pan. Once the onions have been sautéed for 5 minutes or so, they should look like this.
After the onions have been sautéed, add the butter to the pan. Melt the butter completely and then add the flour. Make sure to keep stirring and scraping the bottom of the pan to keep from burning. When your onions are soft and brown, add a small amount of the chicken stock and mix well. Slowly add most or all of the rest of the chicken stock to the pan continually stirring.
Layer the pork chops over the onion gravy and be sure to pour any of the excess liquid from the plate or bowl the pork chops were in back into the pan.
Add ½ cup of water and seasoning if needed.
Bring to a boil and simmer for 2 hours until the pork chops are tender. Stir as necessary.
When the meat starts falling off the bones, you know it’s done.
Cook up some rice or mashed potatoes and serve those chops up pouring the gravy over everything.