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With little effort and just one skillet, you'll get big applause for 15-minute pork chops. This recipe comes to us from Lisa Saffian of Burbank, California.

Source: Everyday Food, March 2007
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  • MS10705763
    13 APR, 2011
    This meal needs more flavor. I will double the amount of sage in the future to make it taste better.
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  • SilviaiMC
    13 NOV, 2009
    I really liked this recipe only its 10 to 12 minutes per side. Also, I used broth and ?Ǭ? teaspoons for sage/thyme.
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  • bevscheer
    21 APR, 2009
    a 6oz pork chop is slightly thin, not thick.
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  • Lindakay47
    21 APR, 2009
    There is no way you can cook a pork chop that thick all the way through to "opaque" in 3-4 minutes per side...
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