Pan-Seared Pork Chops with Apples & Parsnip Pureé

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Nutrition information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate.

Gluten Free
Servings:  4
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Prep Time :15 minutes
Cook Time :25 minutes
Total Time :30 minutes
Course : Dinner, Entrée
Cuisine : American, French
Diet : Gluten Free
Calories 434
Fat 21.3
Carbohydrates 45.4
Protein 17.7

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The Skinny on Pork Chops

Naturally low in sodium, an “excellent” source of potassium, and loaded up with protein and several essential vitamins and minerals, pork chops have many beneficial qualities making them super attractive to incorporate into a healthy balanced menu and meal plan.

But what? Did I hear you say that you typically shy away from cooking pork chops because they’re always overcooked and dry?

Maybe you’ve struggled with cooking pork chops to a golden-browned sear, chops with a beautiful crispness on the outside like those you see in the pictures in cookbooks and on blogs. Flavorful chops cooked to perfect doneness, pink on the inside, tender, and mouth-watering juicy when you take a bite.

Read on as I walk you through all the steps to juicy, flavorful pork chops that are just a few minutes away from the table when cooked on the stovetop.

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How to pick a pork chop for searing

Let’s begin with how to pick a pork chop. The most popular pork cut, chops, are cut from the loin, which is the meat that runs from the pigs’ hip to its shoulder.

Laying a flavorful groundwork for any meal, I prefer the juiciness of a thick-cut bone-in chop to add an extra dimension of flavor and richness. But with so many cuts of pork chops, it’s hard to choose. With so many cuts available at the meat counter, here’s a rundown of the best chops to use for searing.

  • Porterhouse Pork Chops are from the lower back (just behind the rib chop) and have a characteristic T-bone shape. These chops include a lot of meat and a bit of tenderloin meat and contain a bone.
  • Ribeye Pork Chops originate in the center of the loin in the rib area. Ribeye chops may include some back and rib bone or with the bone cut away.
  • Sirloin Pork Chops come from the area around the hip and often include part of the hip bone. You can also buy them boneless.
  • New York Pork Chops (sometimes called Center Cut Chops) are boneless and located above the loin chops, toward the head. The 1¼ inch-thick top loin chop is also called an “America’s Cut.”
  • Blade chops (sometimes called blade steaks) come from the loin’s beginning in the shoulder area. They may contain some blade bone as well as back-rib bone. Blade chops are usually thicker and more marbled.

How to Cook a Pork Chop

Pork chops are likely the least intimidating of all pork cuts because they are so easy to prepare. But you might find it interesting that all pork chops cook the same. When cooking, the length of time to cook largely depends on the thickness of the chop. Thickness can vary from 1/2 to 2 inches. So whether you choose boneless pork chops for convenience or ones with the bone attached for their appearance and an extra dimension of flavor, the chop MUST reach an internal temperature of at least 145°F and rest 3-minutes.

How to achieve a perfectly golden-brown seared pork chop

Searing is a process that produces a flavorful, golden-brown crust on cuts of meat, including thick pork chops, steak, fish, and poultry. Seared meats create a fond (brown bits stuck to the pan) for use in a sauce or braising liquid. The best way to develop a fond when searing is to use a conventional rather than non-stick skillet. Here’s how to get a perfectly golden-brown seared pork chop:

  1. Start by removing the pork chops from the refrigerator, letting them warm to room temperature for about 20 minutes to ensure that they will cook on the inside, reaching a perfect 145°F temperature.
  2. Pat the chops dry using a paper towel and generously season them on both sides for flavor.
  3. Using high heat, preheat the skillet until the butter, oil, or rendered fat starts to shimmer just before it begins to smoke). As soon as it’s there, add your chops, and reduce the heat to medium to medium-high heat (300°F to 375°F).
  4. Without moving the chops, sear them until they are golden-browned and crisp, about 4-5 minutes. Resist the urge to move the pork chops around or look underneath as the crust develops. When they are ready to turn, they will gently release from the pan. If the pork chops are sticking to the pan, give them another minute or two to get a little crispier and release.
  5. Turn and sear the other side to produce a flavorful golden-brown crust. After about 4-minutes, use an instant-read thermometer placed in the thickest part of the cut without touching any bone to check for a safe internal temperature of 145°F. If the thickness is less than ¾-inch, then test through the side of the chop for doneness.
  6. Remove the pork chops from the skillet, follow by a 3-minute rest before plating your perfectly juicy, tender cut of meat!

Pork Chop Basics

Pork chops are relatively easy for home cooks to make, and the best part is that simple seasonings are all it takes to win high praises from family and guests. The secret to cooking juicy pork chops and preventing them from drying out is to cook to an internal cooking temperature of 145°F, followed by a 3-minute rest.

Follow these easy steps to success:

  1. Pick your favorite chop
  2. Season both sides
  3. Heat butter, oil, or rendered fat in a frying pan on medium to medium-high heat
  4. Cook chops 4-7 minutes per side, or until the internal temperature reads 145 degrees F.
  5. Let it rest 3 minutes

Pork Cooking Temperature & Meat Thermometer Basics

The easiest way to check when a pork chop is almost ready to eat is to use a meat thermometer. When the internal temperature reaches 145°F, it’s nearly ready for devouring. When the thermometer reads 145°F, remove the pork chops from the skillet and let them rest for 3-minutes. During this time, the meat fibers that contracted when hot will relax and reabsorb the juices they’ve squeezed out during cooking. Doing this will keep those juices in the meat instead of releasing them onto your cutting board.

Are you curious to know more about all pork cooking times and temperatures? Download this handy guide from pork.org.

The seasoning for this recipe

Herbes de Provence

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Nearly 48 years after publication, the book Mastering the Art of French Cooking by Julia Child topped the best-seller list in 2009 following the movie released by Columbia Pictures, Julie & Julia.

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An essential component of French and Mediterranean cooking, this summer-grown mixture of herbs, once described as a general multipurpose herb blend, originates in the Provence region in the south of France. Adding a distinctive flavor to dishes, it became a defined blend following its popularity in the 1960s when Julia Child included a recipe for Poulet Sauté aux Herbes de Provence in her famous cookbook Mastering the Art of French Cooking.

The seasoning became a culinary essential used by chefs and cooks worldwide primarily due to Julia’s promotion. Today, it continues with the mixture in modern-day cuisine used in various traditional dishes from chicken to lamb, grilled fish, roasted vegetables, soups, stews, and yes, even pork!

Where to Get It!

The classic mixture for Herbes de Provence can vary from commercial producers to home cooks, and an official recipe or ingredient list for it ceases to exist. That’s because every maker has a signature house blend that they develop based on personal preference, which can include various herbs and spices that could incorporate coriander, bay, fennel, tarragon, or even lavender, for a delightful aroma and a more floral flavor. The blend depends a lot on the dish it’s used in and the final taste the cook wants to achieve.

To keep it simple, buying a ready to go mixture for Herbes de Provence is the solution. Most spice houses offer an all-purpose Herbes de Provence blend. My favorite sources are:

The Spice House, in their blend, basil, tarragon, and chervil bring a bright sweetness, countered by the earthy notes of thyme and rosemary, while fennel and lavender add a wonderful floral note.

In the Home-Cooked Holiday Collection (available for a limited time), Wildtree brings back their blend to flavor your favorite dishes with earthy notes of thyme, rosemary, and savory, a bit of sweetness from basil, mild licorice flavor from fennel, and floral notes of lavender.

Making Your Own Herbes de Provence Blend

We’ve begun with thyme, summer savory, rosemary, and basil that you will generally find in most blends to make or own herb and spice mix. To this, we’ve added fennel seeds for their slightly sweet licorice-like taste. Then finally, marjoram and lavender’s addition attach somewhat sharp woody undertones of mint and an almost sweet floral and citrusy flavor to the blend.

1/4 cup dried French Style Thyme

3 tablespoons dried Summer Savory

2 tablespoons dried Rosemary, crushed with a mortar and pestle or in a spice grinder

1 tablespoon dried Basil

1 tablespoon Fennel seeds

1 teaspoon dried Marjoram

1 teaspoon dried Lavender, optional [1]

When making it for yourself, feel free to play around with the herbs and spices and the amounts used to create and personalize your signature blend of distinctive flavors and combination of taste to season your favorite dishes. [2] To make it, add all of the herbs and spices to a mixing bowl and then stir to combine. Store the mixture in a glass jar with a tight-fitting lid in a cool, dry cupboard. Herbes de Provence will last for between six months to a year, depending on the herbs and spices’ freshness when they’re blended.

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The Sauce

Apples (any good cooking apples will do) and two minced shallots make the sauce created in this recipe. Begin by adding them to the empty skillet after removing the cooked pork. Sauté these over medium heat for 5 minutes. The sauce will further come together as the brown bits stuck to the pan (the fond) left from the skillet combine with the chicken broth then added to deglaze the pan. One tablespoon of Dijon mustard complements the sauce’s character to simmer and soften the apples as they cook, and the sauce thickens and reduces.

The Parsnips

Naturally sweet and not too starchy, parsnips make an ultra-silky delicious mash when pureed with heavy cream and seasoned with butter, garlic, salt, and pepper. Add a dash of nutmeg on top to include a warm, nutty flavor as the finishing touch to this savory treat!

Packed with Important Nutrients

A delicious type of root vegetable, parsnips are highly nutritious and offer several health benefits, including:
• Fat-free, saturated fat-free, cholesterol-free, very low in sodium, and a good source of vitamins and macronutrients, parsnips are a powerhouse of essential nutrients
• They supply antioxidants that help prevent chronic conditions such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease
• High in soluble and insoluble fiber, they help get things moving and optimize our digestive health
• Low in calories, with a high water content of about 79.5%, they make an excellent addition to aid in healthy weight loss
• Loaded with vitamin C and vitamin K, they provide about 25% of your daily needs in just one serving, and parsnips support immune function
• And, they’re affordable, delicious, and super easy to add to our diet

To Serve

Plate this meal up by serving the pork chops and apples over the parsnip puree to experience sensational flavor through simple ingredients. Make this home-cooked meal in about 25-30 minutes – for pure comfort, joy, and good nutrition this holiday season or anytime during the year!

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[1] I have two recommendations for including lavender in cooking.

  • First, use it sparingly. Lavender can easily overwhelm sweet and savory foods and your tastebuds.
  • Secondly, while the flower from all lavender plants is edible, I suggest for culinary uses that you look for the Angustifolia lavender variety to add a sweet floral flavor to beverages, desserts, savory dishes, and meats. Many intermedia cultivar hybrids like Grosso and Edelweiss have a much more bitter taste and are better for crafts like wreath making. Stoechas varieties (a.k.a. French Lavender) grown as an ornamental is very strong. And take it from someone who has tried cooking with it, the taste is incredibly overpowering. In my opinion, it is best to use French lavender for soap-making as it has an intoxicatingly lovely fragrance.

[2] Particular herbs and spices will pair better with certain types of foods: rosemary, thyme, savory, and tarragon with chicken, thyme, savory, fennel, and sage for pork, rosemary, savory, thyme, oregano, and marjoram for lamb — you get the drift. So you might want to keep in mind these combinations when mixing blends for your favorite foods. Try making separate batches with different ratios of herbs and spices to use in your recipes. Pro Tip: Be sure to label your storage containers!

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Pan-Seared Pork Chops with Apples & Parsnip Pureé

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Become a pork chop pro and unwrap a bundle of nutritional surprises in this recipe for Pan-Seared Pork Chops with Apples & Parsnip Pureé.
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Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 25 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Course Dinner, Entrée
Cuisine American, French
Servings 4
Calories 434 kcal


  • Cast Iron Skillet
  • Saucepan
  • Cutting Board
  • Blender or Stick Blender
  • Utensils (Knife, Vegetable Peeler, Measuring Cups & Spoons, Tongs, Heat-proof Spoon)


For the Parsnip Pureé

  • 1 ½ pounds Parsnips peeled and sliced
  • ½ cup Milk
  • ½ cup Heavy Cream
  • ½ cup Water
  • 4 cloves Garlic
  • 2 tablespoons unsalted Butter

For the Pork Chops

For the Sauce


  • Start by removing the pork chops from the refrigerator, letting them warm to room temperature for about 20 minutes to ensure that they will cook on the inside, reaching a perfect 145°F temperature.
    raw pork chops on a plate
  • While the chops are coming to room temperature, add parsnips, milk, heavy cream, water, garlic, and butter to a saucepan. Cover and simmer for about 12 minutes or until the parsnips are very tender. Puree until smooth using a stick blender or transfer to a countertop blender to puree. Season with salt and pepper if desired.
    cooked parsnips with milk, cream, butter in a pan
  • Meanwhile, pat the chops dry using a paper towel and generously season them on both sides with Herbes de Provence Blend and ¼ teaspoon salt. Using high heat, preheat the skillet and oil until it starts to shimmer (just before it begins to smoke). As soon as it’s there, add your chops, and reduce the heat to medium to medium-high heat (300°F to 375°F).
    Herbes de Provence seasoned pork chops on a plate
  • Without moving the chops, sear them until they are golden-browned and crisp, about 4-5 minutes. Resist the urge to move the pork chops around or look underneath as the crust develops. When they are ready to turn, they will gently release from the pan. If the pork chops are sticking to the pan, give them another minute or so to get a little crispier and release.
    Herbes de Provence seasoned pork chops in a cast iron skillet
  • Turn and sear the other side to produce a flavorful golden-brown crust. After about 4-minutes, use an instant-read thermometer placed in the thickest part of the cut without touching any bone to check for a safe internal temperature of 145°F. If the thickness is less than ¾-inch, then test through the side of the chop for doneness. Remove the pork chops from the skillet, follow by a 3-minute rest
    seared pork chops in a cast iron skillet
  • While the chops are resting, add the apples and shallots to the empty skillet — season with remaining ¼ teaspoon salt, sauteéing over medium heat for 5 minutes. Deglaze the skillet with chicken broth. Stir in the Dijon mustard, continuing to simmer for 3-5 minutes, and the sauce reduces by half.
    apples and shallots cooking in a cast iron skillet
  • Return the pork chops and any juices to the skillet to heat the pork chops through.
    cooked apples and shallots with a pork chop in the skillet
  • Serve the pork chops and apples over parsnip puree. Enjoy!
    Pan-Seared Pork Chops with Apple & Parsnip Pureé plated


Calories: 434kcalCarbohydrates: 45.4gProtein: 17.7gFat: 21.3gSaturated Fat: 8.7gPolyunsaturated Fat: 5.7gMonounsaturated Fat: 5.3gTrans Fat: 0.2gCholesterol: 70.2mgSodium: 481.8mgPotassium: 1027.9mgFiber: 10.3gSugar: 18.4gVitamin A: 113.9IUVitamin C: 33.8mgVitamin D: 1.3µgCalcium: 153mgIron: 1.8mg
Keyword 30-Minute Meals, Apple Recipes, Cooking Techniques, Learning How to Cook, pork, Seasonal Produce, Seasonings & Flavorings, Skills, Winter Recipes
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