Honey Mustard Pork Chops

This is a simple yet very tasty Main Dish. My Children love to make this. It is Kid Friendly and simple for them to put together and make themselves, Of course with adult supervision. This requires very little ingredients and not a lot of space so Young Adults can make this in their Dorm Rooms and have a fantastic meal. Here are the ingredients you will need to get this meal going.
Olive Oil
1 (lb) Pork Chops about 1/2 to 1 in thickness ( or your choice of thickness)
Salt and Pepper ( to taste)
1/4 c. Honey
1/4 c. Plain Yellow ( classic) Mustard  ( if you want more of an adult flavor you can use Dijon or spicy brown mustard)
1 1/2 tsp. Herbs De Provence 
(1) Season the Pork Chops on both sides with Salt, pepper and Herbes De Provence evenly. Very simple seasoning but packs a lot of flavor.
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(2) Heat a Cast Iron Grill Pan ( or if you do not have one a simple fry pan is more than fine) Over Medium Low heat. Allow the pan to get hot. Add in about 2 or 3 tbsp of Olive Oil into the pan. Add the Pork Chops to the pan. Do not over crowd the pan because this will make the meat steam instead of browning. Allow to cook about 3 to 4 minutes on each side.cooking blog pictures 016cooking blog pictures 017
(3) In a bowl mix together the Mustard of your choice and the Honey until well combined. Place 1/3 cup of the mixture into a separate bowl to brush over the cooked Pork Chops. Set that bowl aside until ready to use. This will keep from contaminating the meat with bacteria. Using a pastry brush, Brush the mixture onto the cooked Pork Chops and allow to cook 2 to 3 minutes longer on each side after brushing the mixture on both sides.
(4) Keep Brushing the mixture onto each side of the chops until the Pork Chops are cooked through. Remove to a plate. Using a new pastry brush, Brush the 1/3 cup of reserved sauce onto the cooked Pork chops. Place the meat onto a serving platter and serve. cooking blog pictures 018
This recipe allows me to get my kids in the kitchen and cook along side with me. I hope that this recipe allows you to do the same with your little ones.  I also sent this recipe to a niece in college who lives in a Dorm there. She loves it because it simple and does not require a lot of room to make it. She can make a few steamed vegetables and have a fantastic meal in just a few minutes.
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