Mar 14, 2012


One of the benefits of creating your own dinner recipe is that you get to name it whatever you want. In the honor of St. Patrick's day and the fact that I am 3/4 Irish, I've called it McChops. Yeah, it is more Italian in flavor for the herbs, and based on the ingredients that are more of a true Irish holiday meat, but sometimes it IS all about me...and I tend to blend flavors together so I can enjoy life on MY terms...

  • 3 slices thick bacon
  • 3 thick cut boneless pork chops
  • 8 oz tomato sauce
  • Italian herb & Old Bay Seasoning mix
  1. Preheat the toaster oven to 400 F
  2. Cook the bacon in a skillet until it is cooked but flexible
  3. Mix the Italian herb mix & Old Bay Seasoning with the tomato sauce
  4. Put a couple of tablespoons of the tomato mix into a small casserole dish and spread it around (to prevent sticking of the chops)
  5. Place the 3 chops in the casserole dish
  6. Fold the cooked bacon in half, and lay 1 on top of each of the chop
  7. Pour the tomato sauce over the chops
  8. Cook for 1 hour (or so, check with an instant thermometer to see if it is done)

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