the mixture doesn’t completely cover the pork chops. Is that normal?
For this recipe, and also depending on the size of your pork chops, the mixture most likely won’t cover your pork chops.
Don’t worry. There is plenty of juice and flavor to go around. You can double it if you desire, but as the pork cooks, it will shrink a little, and still be tender and juicy, and take in all the mixture flavor.
could i bake these?
You could bake these pork chops as well. We recommend baking these pork chops at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes, per pound. We do prefer these best in the slow cooker. I feel they are a little more tender.
You could also cook them at a cooler temperature, for longer, with foil on top, to help they stay a little more moist. Either way, this marinade really tenderizes the meat, and adds amazing flavor.
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