These Sweet & Spicy Jalapeño Pork Chops are a fast weeknight dinner! As the title suggests, they are sweet with a kick of spice from candied jalapeños!
These Jalapeño Pork Chops can literally be on the table in less than 30 minutes! I mean, you have to love that!! My husband is not a huge fan of spicy foods, so I don’t add too many jalapeños for him (and pile them on for me afterward! 🙂 ) If you follow my instagram account, you saw the huge batch of peppers I got before the end of the growing season this year! I had to get creative to come up with some different ways to preserve them! Of course, I pickled a bunch, check out my recipe for Easily Pickled Hot Peppers! It’s a huge hit on Pinterest!
I will share the recipe for Candied Jalapeños soon, but couldn’t resist sharing these Jalapeño Pork Chops with you! You can purchase candied jalapénos in most larger grocery stores. For these Jalapeño Pork Chops, I use the brine from the jar of peppers and honey!
The brine is not too hot but has that great jalapeño flavor! I add extra candied jalapeños for my son and I but don’t add any to my husband’s dish. He gets the flavor without too much heat for him! Win – win situation, in my book!
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Jalapéno Pork Chops
- Mix flour, sage and salt & pepper in a medium bowl.
- Season pork chops with salt & pepper. Dredge in flour mixture.
- Pan fry in heavy bottom pan, until golden brown on both sides
- Remove pork from pan. Then deglaze pan with beef stock, scraping off browned bits from bottom of pan. Add honey and jalapéno juice. Add jalapénos to taste. I usually add about 1/2 cup chopped. Cook sauce over high heat for a few minutes, until sauce thickens.
- Add salt and pepper to taste. Return pork chops to pan and coat with sauce. Cook until pork reaches desired temperature on meat thermometer. About, 145°F.