Image by Food Wishes via YouTube
Peach-stuffed pork chops sound like a fresh summer meal. I normally do not like stuffing my meat, but Food Wishes’ tutorial on YouTube looks delicious. I think the stuffing would be better if it’s cooked separately and served alongside. These pork chops look flavorful from the inside-out with fresh peaches. This technique of cooking pork chops keeps the meat moist, and I’ve noticed it’s easy to overcook pork. However, if you do not like this stuffing, he says you can always switch out for a different stuffing. Also, peach is in season right now for the summer, so this is a perfect recipe for this time of year.
First, preheat the oven to 400F.
Cook bacon in a nonstick pan over medium heat until it browns. Add onion and poblano pepper and sauté until onion turns translucent, 5 to 6 minutes more. Add peach and cook until tender and starting to give off some juice. Remove from heat and transfer to a bowl.
Next, continue to watch Food Wishes tutorial on YouTube to finish making the filling for the pork chops. Then, cut a pocket in the center of each pork chop, starting with a small incision on the fat side of the chop. Fill the pockets with the stuffing.
Overall, I’ve never had stuffed pork chops, let alone with peach filling. It made my mouth water while watching him cook it. Also, the presentation of the pork chops looks amazing.