Delicious Pork Chops with Roasted Butternut Squash
This is how my Mom made pork chops. 😊
Season your Pork Chops with salt, pepper, onion powder and garlic powder on both sides. Set aside.
Dice an onion and sauté it in a large pan. After they just start to brown, add your pork chops. Brown them on both sides.
Here is a video of them browning… this will get you hungry!
When chops are done browning… cover the pork chops with beef broth. Bring everything up to a boil. Then cover with a lid and turn the stove down to a simmer. Simmer for two hours.
While waiting on the Pork Chops you can peel and cut up a butternut squash. However… I found that our grocery store already did the hard work for me. I purchased it cut, peeled and ready to go.
Add parchment paper to a sheet pan then add your butternut squash. Season with salt and pepper and drizzle with olive oil and toss. Make sure they are spread out evenly. Put the Butternut Squash into a 400 degree oven. After about 15 minutes turn the butternut squash over and put back in the oven to brown up for about another 15-20 minutes.
When the squash is done plate up your squash with your pork chops. And how about adding some corn on the cob and baked zucchini. I drizzled my butternut squash with real Pennsylvania Maple Syrup.
A fabulous Autumn Meal to Enjoy!
Pork Chops Ingredients:
1 onion diced
Seasonings to Taste: Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Salt and Pepper
3-4 pork chops
2-3 cups of beef broth
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40 thoughts on “Tuesday Tidbits #46 An Autumn Meal”
And tasty too! 😊
Yummy, Nancy. Just gotta love the way our Mommas cooked! 😀
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YUMMO…I’l be over for dinner
So delicious! Come on over!
All it needs, Dan says, is applesauce…
Nancy, the pork chops look delicious. Our mother’s food will always be the best ❤️ I love roasted butternut squash, RM is not a fan, but he does love pork chops. I always look forward to Tuesday Tidbits, have a wonderful day!
I’m glad you always stop by on Tuesday… it warms my heart!
Yum! That’s how my mom made them, too!
Looks good and really worth trying. So far, I’ve only made pork chops into “Kasseler”, by first curing them for three days and then slowly smoking them.
That sounds delicious!
Even if it means prasing myself, it IS delicious. 😉
Now I’m hungry!
Can you smell the onions browning???
My eyes got a little distracted by the beautiful color of that squash! I haven’t made anything with butternut squash in a while, to me that represents fall. Think I need to get me some 😉 Have a great day!
I am buying more today as well!
It’s the season 🙂
Delicious! Thank you for sharing, Nancy. 🙂
I’m glad you enjoyed this. It’s a delicious meal!
I’m starving. 🙂 It looks delicious.
And easy! Yum!
It looks quite yummy, Nance!
It was! And so easy!
Yahummy fall comfort food! The syrup on the squash sounds divine!
It was delicious!
That sounds and looks wonderful!!!
Thank you Diane!
This looks delicious and perfect for these cooler evenings. Happy Thursday!
Hope you can try it! Thanks so much for the visit!
This looks delicious!! I’m definitely going to try this in this lovely cooler season. Xo Lidy
I hope you do… it’s scrumptious!
Very nice looking autumn meal.
Thank you! Tasty indeed!
yum, I bet those pork chops are really tender! And that’s exactly the way I do butternut squash, I’m so glad we can buy it prepared now!
Pssst… don’t tell anyone but I got the butternut squash …cut up already… from YOU! 😃
The pork chops are moist and so tender! 😌