Chef Secrets for Making JUICY Flavorful Pork Chops

This tasty fried pork chops recipe is cooked to perfection, loaded with flavor, and served with incredible candied pancetta glaze.


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About the Author: Chef Billy Parisi


  1. Just cooked these pork chops last night. Not nearly as flavorful as you’d expect. Very mild. Made me wonder if the garlic, shallots, and basil was even necessary. Really juicy and tender though. Just not a ton of flavor.

  2. Hello Chef, love your recipes. I will try this but am more of a savory flavor kinda of guy. So should I just omit the glaze or can you recommend something not sweet? Green beans look great by the way. Thanks.

  3. Smoking chops the best. There is no arguement. In a pan? No way. Oil? Never by me. Smoking is the best way. All that work, a waste of time. For the best pork chop. I have been cooking, over 40 years. Commercially.

  4. Thanks. Have a question: I do not like sugar in my food, sometimes honey is fine but not with the meal – the sweetness of a fruit is ok. What sauce would you recommend? a mustard sauce?

  5. Excellent vid, thanks! Have you ever used tallow or ghee? Olive oil turns to trans-fat when you fry it. Animal fats don't.

  6. Thick pork chops, seared in a pan is one of my favorite, go-to alternatives to much more expensive steaks. I cook 'em very similar to how you do and they always come out so good. Going to try the candied pancetta sauce though – that's something I haven't tried. Looks super easy and delicious.

  7. Sounds and looks delish!! Just stumbled on your channel I was surprised you live in Crown Point I grew up there on Grant Street. I live in Merrillville now. Love your studio kitchen! Ive been binge watching all your vids. Excellent!!

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