Stuffing pork chops is a simple way of adding a flavorful twist to an old favorite. These mushroom stuffed pork chops with thyme are very easy to make and the taste is superb.
Prepare the mushrooms for the stuffed pork chops by sauteeing them in clarified butter with onions and garlic. Cook until they become golden brown and the onions are soft. Then season with the salt, pepper and thyme. Allow the mixture to cool. In the meantime, slice a pocket into the pork chops.
Stuff the pork chops and lightly coat them with some flour. This will ensure a nice crust when you shallow fry them. Serve the mushroom stuffed pork chops with a nice salad and you've got yourself an easy dinner.
Chef Pierre Troisgros has died at the age of 92. The legendary chef was one of the pioneers of nouvelle cuisine, and at his Maison Troisgros restaurant in Roanne, France, he was able to change French gastronomy.