Rarebit pork chops

Rarebit pork chops

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(46 ratings)

Prep: 5 mins Cook: 20 mins

Easy

Easily halved
Just four ingredients in this quick and tasty midweek meal idea

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal446
  • fat30g
  • saturates13g
  • carbs0g
  • sugars0g
  • fibre0g
  • protein43g
  • salt0.55g
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Ingredients

  • 4 pork chops
  • 2 tsp wholegrain mustard
  • 50g cheddar
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  • 1 tsp crème fraîche or cream

Method

  1. Heat oven to 200C/fan 180C/gas 6. Place the chops in a large, shallow roasting tray and bake for 15 mins. Mix together the mustard, cheddar and creme fraiche or cream. Spread over the top of the chops. Return to the oven for 5 mins until the cheese is melted and bubbling. Serve with some potato wedges and greens.

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Clovecooks
12th Jan, 2018
5.05
Love this recipe. I always double up on the sauce. The chops cook perfectly ie they don’t dry out; and the sauce is brilliant on fish too.
davidkorcek
22nd Nov, 2017
5.05
Wonderful recipe. With minimum dishes! The meat was very good, soft and tasty. There are endless options for variation on this recipe. One can use Dijon mustard or my personal favourite Tarragon Old-Fashioned Mustard from Austria. The meal with sour cream combined with whole-grain mustard can be for someone a bit more sour. Maybe the regular cream mixed with Dijon mustard will be more tasty. I have used hard cheese from Central Switzerland with sour cream and organic whole-grain mustard with red wine. Delicious!
Soufflé scoffer
9th Jun, 2017
What a handy recipe, so tasty and so quick! Would have preferred the pork not to have been swimming in quite so much fat in the tray afterwards, so will either bake on a grill rack next time, or just remove the fat first. Will definitely make again.
emmveebee
7th Jun, 2014
5.05
Super tasty. I used double cream, soured with a squeeze of lemon. Served with cavolo Nero, petit pois and Jersey Royals - good enough to call a Saturday evening treat! Definitely will become a regular.
cshobbs
8th Apr, 2014
3.8
This was so simple and very easy.
cathd1980
12th Sep, 2013
I don't normally cook pork as a rule however my boyfriend did the shopping and came home with pork chops, so I thought I would give this recipe a try. I made far more of the mustard mixture as I wanted more of a sauce, the pork was nice and tender and the sauce went really well. Although if I were to make again I would probably put in less mustard and maybe use a milder cheese. We had with potato wedges and green beans. It was so simple I would probably make this again.
VioletB.
29th Aug, 2013
I have two contrasting reviews to report. I personally loved it, as I was looking for a recipe that wouldn’t dry the pork chops out. However, my boyfriend didn’t like it at all due to the mixture of mustard and cheese. Apart from that I would say it's a nice and easy recipe.
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daren1001@aol.com
17th May, 2013
4.05
Nice recipe. Used sour cream instead of creme fresh
slaterfamily
6th Feb, 2013
4.05
Doubled up on the creme fraiche as it looked a little dry, and it was realy nice. Served with roast potatoes and garden peas, yummy!. Will definately make again.
glenyst
18th Apr, 2012
3.05
This was OK. Certainly very quick & easy to prepare, but I found it took longer than stated, especially to get the cheese to bubble.

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