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Recipe Of The Day: How to Cook Pork Chops Sous Vide

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Sous Vide Pork Chops

Pork chops—bone in or boneless—are so delicious and easy to cook. But that also means they are easy to overcook. And there’s nothing worse than a dry pork chop that is too tough to swallow.

Enter sous vide. It’s a cooking style that is known for its ability to keep cuts of meat, such as pork chops, moist and tender. It’s also a failsafe way to cook pork and guarantee it’s going to turn out spectacular. Every single time. Promise.

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Sous Vide pork chops are great. I stuff them first. 

If you happen to have a vacuum sealer or have friends who also like pork chops then go to Costco they sell a whole pork loin for $17-$19. I got over 9 lbs of pork loin for $18. I sliced them into really thick pork chops and cooked it that way. I seasoned and stuffed them vacuum sealed them and threw everything I wasn't eating that night in the freezer. Just add an extra hour to the regular sous vide time when you want to cook them. It makes for a super cheap and easy meal.

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