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Mustard Pork Chops with Buttered Noodles and Spinach


Ingredients:
Olive Oil
Knob of Butter
2 Pork Chops
200g Chestnut Mushrooms, Sliced
Splash White Wine
100ml Vegetable Stock
1/4 Tsp Dried Thyme
2 TBSP Creme Fraiche
1 TSP Wholegrain Mustard
Buttered noodles and wilted spinach to serve.

Method:
Step 1: Heat oil in frying pan, add butter when hot
Step 2: Add pork chops and fry for 3 minutes each side on a high heat, then turn down the heat and cook for 2 more minutes. Take chops out of pan and let them rest on plate
Step 3: Add mushrooms and fry until cooked. Remove and place on plate with pork
Step 4: Add wine, stock and dried thyme and reduce by 2/3. Stir in creme fraiche and mustard.
Step 5: Return Pork and Mushrooms to the pan to warm though. Serve with buttered noodles and spinach

Comments

  1. What a delicious looking autumnal dish. I'm making Nigella's cider chops tonight and may borrow your idea and add mushrooms to the sauce.

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  2. That sauce sounds delicious, great for a quick meal.

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  3. Oh that sounds wonderful & I like the way the whole grain mustard looks

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  4. i'm having an inner battle trying to decide whether i like mustard pork chops better than pork chops and apples or vice versa. perhaps i'll just call it a tie. :)
    great meal, beth. :)

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  5. Oh darn! Sorry about the lack of sleep. Oh, how I've been there, and what am I talking about-often still am. Someone always seems to be sick, or frightened or in need in the night. These chops look like a fantastic dinner.
    We made your cookies and loved them! Definitely keepers!

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  6. Mmmmmmm, I like the sound of this, quick and easy, and delish.

    I'm sorry to read about your teething troubles. I hope you manage to catch up on your sleep this weekend.

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  7. How yummy. We must be having the same thoughts. I did a variation of your dish last week.

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  8. What a moutwatering recipe! I'd love it for dinner this week!

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  9. That sounds like a good dinner.

    Poor baby! If I had a kid, I would put a little bit of brandy in his/her sippie cup. Then they would just relax a little.
    Kidding!

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  10. This looks delicious, I wish I could cook as well as you, your meals always look amazing x

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  11. This is one of my favourite dinners, too. Quick, easy and always delicious!

    Sorry to hear about the teething woes. Not fun. Hopefully she'll sleep easier tonight.

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  12. You whole dinner looks delish..I love mustard and wine sauces!
    Poor little one, teething stinks!
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and wishing me a happy 100th post.
    Stop back by anytime.

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  13. Oh my goodness Beth this is a stunning dish!! I do like the sound of this sauce -yum!

    Rosie x

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  14. this dish sounds gorgeous! bookmarked!

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