Oven Fried Pork Chops with Peaches

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Oven Fried Pork Chops with PeachesOven Fried Pork Chops with Peaches from Spinach Tiger

Oven fried pork chops with peaches is a dinner that merges summer and fall.

This end of summer is a bit different for most parents. We’re helping out with the twins, as for now, they are doing remote school here. It’s the first week, and so far so good, but it will take time to see how this pans out.

Oven fried pork chops peaches can be one of the dishes helping make life just a little better.

Pork chops is comfort food and peaches is the happy food. Together the taste is great. If you remember I used grilled peaches with these amazing pork ribs and did a peach blueberry compote with these grilled pork rib eyes. Pork loves fruit, and I love an easy recipe.

All you need to do is slice some peaches or nectarines, add in some thinly sliced onion and bake your pork chops all in the same pan with a little rosemary or thyme. Either herb works well. You could even add in some sage.

Brine Your Pork Chops

If you are making thick pork chops like these, I highly recommend you first brine them for about 30 minutes to tenderize them. Place them in a mixture of cold water, with some salt and sugar. You can just use salt if you want to skip the sugar. Add some herbs to the water.

This recipe would work very well with rib-eye pork chops which are naturally a bit more tender.

Oven Fried Pork Chops are Easy and Versatile

The dish is done when the the pork chops are browned. The peaches cook right along with the pork and it can all be eaten together making each bite savory with a bit of sweet.

More Pork Recipes from Spinach Tiger

Pork Chops in Tomato Sauce with Green Beans

Slow Cooked Pork Chops with Tomato Sauce

If you want to make a breaded pork chop, try these mustard breaded oven fried pork chops.

If you like pork chops with fruit, you might also like these baked pork chops with rosemary and apples.

Pork Chops with Rosemary and Apples by Angela Roberts

Mock Porchetta with Root Vegetables

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5 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    My mother-in-law brought a case of peaches from south GA when she came up day before yesterday for her annual 2 week summer visit. I followed the instructions but used a little thyme as I have that growing on the deck. I served it over a bed of coconut rice. I had creamed spinach as my vegetable side.

    My MIL is a picky eater and she couldn’t get enough.

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