You’ll need to plan an hour for this. Pork chops can overcook easily, so watch them carefully and remove them from the grill as soon as the temperature hits 135°F; they’ll continue to cook as they rest. As a reminder, always when frying chops, leave them to rest as long as you cooked them so that they can tenderize and reabsorb their juices.
How To Make Gordon Ramsay Grilled Double Bone-In Pork Chop
Use this guide below to learn how to cook Grilled Double Bone-In Pork Chop. Now gather your equipment, and let’s start cooking.
My favorite pan to sear pork chops is a 12-inch cast iron skillet from the lodge; Lock in the flavor for Grilled Double Bone-In Pork Chop recipe. The grill pan is also perfect for grilling chicken breasts or grilling up some sweet summer peaches for a BBQ flavor any time of year.
1. Searing Double Bone-In Pork Chop
Preheat grill or a grill pan. Oil the grates or the pan. Add the chops and grill for 8 minutes on one side, a quick sear on the edges, 7 minutes on the other side, or until a meat thermometer registers 135°F. Move the chops to the outer part of the grill or lower the flame under the grill pan if they are getting too charred. Tent and allow the chops to rest before serving.
2. Make Sweet Potato Puree
In a mixing bowl mix, combine all the dry ingredients, then add the liquids. if too thick, add more oil
Add yams in pot lid covered water and boiling until fork tender. In the meantime, on medium-low heat, Mix cream and butter, Let to simmer The strained water, place in mixing bowl. Then at medium speed, whip potatoes until smashed and starting to smooth.
Then add brown sugar and make sure fully mixed in and add a buttercream mixture to loosen and reach your preferred texture as it passes through the china cap strainer…Season with salt to taste
3. Preparing Brussel Sprouts
In a large sauté pan, cook on medium-high heat, add bacon lard or thick-cut, but bacon to dry pan. Let the fat meltdown. Lay pre-cooked Brussel sprouts (cut side down) into the pan. Gat a good hard sear on the Brussel sprouts. Then lower heat and thoroughly deglaze with apple cider, letting the liquid cook-off, and reduce Brussel sprouts’ coat season with salt and pepper.
4. Red Wine Demi
Best to buy demi base from the grocery store and prepare according to package directions.