Pork Chops Pasta Sauce
Production: 6 – Serving
Preparation: 10 Minutes
Cooking: 3 Hours
This flavorfull sauce will seem unusual but suprisingly good to the fans of traditional sauces.
Try it now!!
Almost a pork and onions stew, this sauce is smooth after the slow cooking of the meat, slightly sweeted by the onions and a little spicy thanks to the hot peppers.
Ideally served over wide pasta (Fetuchini, Linguini etc.) or large cut pasta like the Penne.
Easy and economical, this recipe will quickly become a favorite on your table.
Note-1: For a perfect sauce: use chops on the bone or add a soup bone to step 6
Note-2: Piquin chili pepper can be replaced by standard ground chili but you will need to double the mesure. The Piquin, although strong, is a very fragrant pepper. Ground Chili is not that strong and a little bland.
Olive oil – [1/4 cup] (65 ml.)
Pork chops – 
Onion (large) – 
Garlic cloves – 
Plum Tomatoes (28 oz. can) – 
Dried thyme – [1 tablespoon] (15 ml.)
Italian Seasoning – [1 tablespoon] (15 ml.)
Tomato paste (5.5 oz. can) – 
Dried Piquin Chilli – [1 teaspoon] (5 ml.)
Salt & Pepper to taste
Greated Parmesan to taste
1- Slice the onions. Peel, grits and cut the garlic into pieces.
2- In a large pot, sear the chops in the oil and cook 5 minutes. Pepper the chops.
3- Remove chops and set aside.
4- In the same pot, add the chili and brown the onions and garlic for 3-4 minutes.
5- Add the tomatoes (with juice), tomato paste, thyme and the Italian spices blends.
6- Put back the chops, cover and simmer over low heat for 3 hours.
7- Salt and pepper to taste.
8- Serve over hot pasta.