Smoked Pork Chops & Pierogi Dinner
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
I made this for dinner last night and it was a winner! I made a couple changes due to what I had on hand.... I used smoked sausage instead of pork chops, I added a sliced onion to the skillet while cooking the pierogi and I did not reduce the balsamic vinegar. The green beans added a nice crunch and freshness to the finished dish. This recipe is a keeper and I'll be making it again.... next time I'll try it with the smoked pork chops!
We really liked the flavor combination of this recipe, but the smoked chops were extremely salty! Next time we're going to use regular thin chops and a bit of liquid smoke.
This is a delicious recipe. I used smoked thicker sliced Canadian bacon because the boneless chops were not available at our market. I used fresh farmer's cheese pierogi from a local Polish market, and I used some homemade balsamic glaze that I had in the fridge. The glaze really made the meat and pierogi pop with flavor. I will definitely put this recipe on my keeper list.
I made this dish today! I couldn't find smoked pork chops, so I used 2 tsp. of Sweet and Smokey seasoning rub. I had frozen green beans, so I used those. The amounts of butter and olive oil I'd increased and the pierogies I used were 13-oz.. This dish was very tasty.
I prepared this dinner tonight and it went together quickly. We had never eaten pierogies so this was a new treat for us Texans. Smoked pork chops is a favorite as are green beans so the overall dinner was delicious. I highly recommend this recipe. Volunteer Field Editor