Monday, November 29, 2010

Let me make it up to you

 

…with pork chops.

I can’t believe I haven’t  posted since last Thursday? In all honesty, I haven’t been taking pictures either! My Dad made a delicious COMPLETELY GLUTEN FREE Thanksgiving and I forgot to document! Besides eating, I spent the whole day as my own one woman knitting machine.

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It’s my first attempt at a scarf…I can’t believe how long it takes. It has definitely given me a new appreciation for my hand knit BLANKET from Alex! :)

So to make it up to you for being such a bad blogger, I thought I would share a recipe straight from my bestie sister.

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Baby That’s Good Gluten Free Pork Chops

This recipe is SO EASY!

Make yourself a shallow bowl of Dijon Mustard and a shallow bowl of Gluten Free Panko Breadcrumbs (I used THESE again!). Take a boneless pork chop and dredge it in the mustard, and then in the breadcrumbs. Press the pork firmly in to the crumbs. Cover completely.

On a baking sheet, place the breaded chop, and spray thoroughly with non-stick spray. Flip the chop and spray the other side. Bake in a 325 degree oven until the bread crumbs are crisp and the pork is cooked through. You can flip halfway and spray the chop again if you like.

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The result is a flavor sensation! The sweet tang of the mustard and moist pork with the crunch of the crumbs. Yum…mouthwatering really. I’m playing around with some ideas for a sandwich. Maybe the chop with havarti and arugula.

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Tomorrow is a BIG DAY for me! I’m FINALLY getting a hair cut! :)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Marlow,

I have been reading your posts and I am so thankful for all the recipes. My sister's boyfriend has Celiac Disease and I was always so upset because I couldn't find recipes...tasty recipes...to make for him. It was also upsetting because I love to cook and I felt stuck. Also, do you have any pointers on how to handle cross-contamination. We have little ones running around and I am always nervous with all the gluten foods laying around.

Marlow said...

Hey Anon!

Let me know if there are any recipes that are still stumping you!

Cross contamination really depends on you! In my house we don't keep anything with gluten, so it's pretty easy for me. But if that's not a possibility, then you just want to be sure that any surface the GF food touches is only touched my gluten free food. So you would need a designated cutting board for sure. Baking pans and sheets can typically be washed. But you pretty much just want to keep everything separate. Segregate dips or hummus, designate those as for that person only.

Hope that helps! Email me if you need more tips :)

Bella said...

OMG, those porkchops look amazing! I will have to try them! Just stumbled across your blog via Farty Girl... I'm gluten intolerant (diagnosed last year) and am always on the lookout for TASTY gluten-free recipes! YUM!