Thin porkchops

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    What do I do with them? Any ideas?

    They were on sale but they are super thin and bone in. I am not super excited with breading and frying. I also do not want to do anything involving a can of any kind of soup.
     
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    pressure cooker

    at least it will help stop them from drying out

    Or grind them with some other fatty meat and spices to make a sausage mix
     
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    Fry em up brown and almost crispy and serve 'em with a good pile of homemade applesauce to dip 'em in.

    And DEFINITELY pick them up and eat them with your fingers.
     
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    Season em up and do a quick sear with a hot skillet or grill and eat em with a bowl of applesauce.
     
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    Brown them and put them in a slow cooker, I hate the dry thick porkchops. I would rather thin any day and preferably with bones in them, like pork steak, just cut away the fat.
     
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    Skillet's better--you get some renderings coating them that way.
     
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    I can go either way.
    Sometimes I like the taste you get from a charcoal fire and it gets much hotter than a skillet for a faster sear.
     
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    Stuff Them

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    Those ARE good, but you forgot the gravy.
     
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    what kind of a gravy?
     

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