A simple coating consisting of prepared horseradish, whole grain mustard and rosemary that adds a ton of flavor to these pork chops. Goes perfectly on fish or chicken too!
I’ve had this recipe in my small recipe box for years. So when a local friend of mine was looking for a way to make pork loin for her family, this recipe for Horseradish & Whole Grain Mustard Encrusted Pork Loin Chops is the one I went to.
This “paste” as I like to call it, is so easy and quick to prepare. She has since made it this way twice that I’m aware of and her family really loves it.
For this recipe you’ll need:
- bone-in center cut pork loin chops
- whole grain Dijon mustard
- prepared horseradish
- Pecorino Romano cheese
- fresh rosemary
- Canola oil
- Kosher salt
- black pepper
How do you make Horseradish and Whole Grain Mustard Encrusted Pork Chops?
Allow the meat to come to room temperature for 15-20 minutes prior to preparing the recipe.
In a small bowl, combine the mustard, horseradish, cheese, rosemary, oil, salt and pepper together to form a paste; then portion it evenly on top of each chop.
Bake in a 350 degree F preheated oven for 40-50 minutes; depending on your desired doneness and thickness of your pork chop. The internal temperature should be at least 145 degrees F. My family and I found these pork chops to be exceptionally juicy, tender and delicious.
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Horseradish and Whole Grain Mustard Encrusted Pork Loin Chops
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Allow the meat to come to room temperature for 15 minutes prior to placing it in the oven.
- In a small bowl, combine the mustard, horseradish, cheese, rosemary, oil, and salt to form a paste; then portion it evenly on top of each chop.
- Bake for 40-50 minutes; depending on your desired doneness and the thickness of the pork chop.