Pork Chops Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?

I’m not someone who normally does product reviews, but I needed to spice things up a bit in the kitchen this week and found something new and delicious to share with you. I picked up a package of herbs that comes in a bubble pack with recipe card attached, and is made by Club House. This one is designed to complement pork chops, and while pork chops are not hard to cook, I tend to find one way to prepare things and this makes entering the kitchen to cook but unappealing and unappetizing. When I looked at the package, it said that I needed cranberry sauce, an apple, and some soya sauce to round out the dish. Since I have about 20 jars of cranberry sauce that I canned last fall, and I want to eat them up or sell them before I move so that I am not carting them across the country with me, I figured that the little package was going to be $1.89 well invested. 

As it turned out, this package of herbs included a delicious blend that I probably would not have ever come up with all on my own. And it’s really, really easy. You mix the herbs with cranberry sauce and a bit of soya sauce, and then pour the entire mess over the chops and sliced apple, before putting it in the oven. I’m a big fan of easy and delicious! Once you have the recipe, it’s also pretty easy to make it from herbs that you have in your cupboard, but if you don’t tend to cook much or your herb selection is pretty small, these bubble packs have enough stuff in them to do four chops, which is two meals in this place. Oh, and did I mention how crackingly yummy they were? This would also be tasty on a pork tenderloin, pork roast, ham, or even chicken. 

If you’d like to see the picture of how they looked when cooked up, just visit the Ladybirds page on Facebook, here 

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