Molly Makes Pan-Roasted Brined Pork Chops | From the Test Kitchen | Bon Appétit

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, March 20, 2018
  • Brining these pork chops makes them moist, tender, and seasoned throughout, and the sugar helps create a dark, caramelized sheen. Watch as Molly perfectly pan-roasts brined pork chops!

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  • cliff cox
    cliff cox  3 days ago

    IT's good to see young people interested in cooking.

  • Enigma Productions

    Molly is thicc

  • Ricky Q
    Ricky Q  7 days ago

    Do you put the oven in convection mode or normal?

  • Roger rtewwr
    Roger rtewwr  14 days ago

    4:50 wait what, why?

  • Roger rtewwr
    Roger rtewwr  14 days ago

    4:12 gd that is dark

  • Juan Ortiz
    Juan Ortiz  14 days ago

    Lol 2 ppl

  • catfish307
    catfish307  14 days ago

    Ain't resting mine no 15 minutes. If I want cold food I'll go to Subway.

  • teddy
    teddy  21 days ago

    lol completely botched. dis breezy got zero skills

  • johnchipman
    johnchipman  21 days ago

    Tie your hair back. Nothing better in your pork chop is a long blond hair.

  • Randy Patty
    Randy Patty  28 days ago

    wow, what a hassle, every 2 mins open the oven, releasing the heat. what a waste of time.

  • Nori LePirate
    Nori LePirate  1 months ago

    "the over dissolves" you mean melts? Lol

  • Paul McGrath
    Paul McGrath  1 months ago

    Does ice melt or dissolve? I'm not a real good cook, so I'm not sure.

  • Joiless
    Joiless  1 months ago

    Molly could lowkey get it tho 👀

  • Stuart Karow
    Stuart Karow  2 months ago

    Adapt this recipe's ingredients to a sous vide cook and your double thick cut pork chop will be more moist and flavorful.

  • SleepLess
    SleepLess  2 months ago

    MollY

  • Marcus Savina
    Marcus Savina  2 months ago

    Christmas pork chop, no thank you

  • Thats It
    Thats It  2 months ago

    Watching her makes you realize how entertaining Brad is.

  • brentnahmias44
    brentnahmias44  3 months ago

    There's nothing wrong with the word moist. It's a good description.

  • Matt
    Matt  3 months ago

    ice dissolves?

  • A ReliableSource
    A ReliableSource  3 months ago

    I never knew that ice dissolves; I always thought that ice melts.