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Member's Mark Fresh All Natural Pork Loin Boneless Chops (priced per pound)

by Member's Mark |
Item # 323576
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Model # PLU 11003 |

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About this item

  • Great-tasting boneless pork chops
  • All pork chops are center cut and boneless for the best taste
  • Ideal for baking, grilling or frying for your favorite recipe
  • All pork chops have been inspected by the USDA
  • Perfect for family dinners or large get-togethers
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Description

Member's Mark Fresh Pork Loin Boneless Chops are center-cut loin chops that are ideal for baking, frying or grilling. These boneless pork chops will be the star alongside your favorite side dishes like mashed potatoes and grilled vegetables. Use these pork chops for all of the baked pork chop recipes you love.

What Cut of Meat Are Member's Mark Fresh Pork Loin Boneless Chops?

These tasty boneless loin chops are center-cut to offer the best of the loin section to all your favorite dishes. The package offers three to six pounds of pork, more than enough to feed a crowd if you’re having guests over. These boneless pork chops can be prepared on your stove top, in the oven or outside on your grill. Pick your favorite method and have dinner ready for the family without a ton of work.

Easy to Prepare and Delicious to Consume

Boneless pork chops are simple to prepare and have a delicious taste even when seasoned with just a bit of salt and pepper. You can also slather on your favorite marinade or add seasonings for a bigger boost of flavor to wow those who will be enjoying your pork loin chop dishes. If you aren’t sure what to pair your baked pork chops with, mashed potatoes and garden salads are a fantastic complement.

What Baked Pork Chop Recipes Are Member's Mark Fresh Pork Loin Boneless Chops Good In?

The possibilities are endless when considering delicious recipes that make use of pork loin chops. Toss them on the grill with barbecue sauce or try your hand at making tonkatsu. Make a spicy poblano salsa for a new flavor on taco night. There are very few things you can’t do with pork chops, so experiment and enjoy the results.

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