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Eddie's Fried Pork Chops

Ingredients for 5 people:

1. 5 nice sized prime rib pork chops.   2.  2 large table spoons of Worcestershire Sauce.  3.  1 packet of Sasón Accent Original Seasoning.   4.  1 large table spoon of Adobo with black pepper. (Adobo is a mixture of salt, powder onions and powdered garlic.)  5.  One large table spoon of white vinegar.

Preparing the Pork Chops:

The night before, take the pork chops and defrost them.  Take a large shallow pan and put in the pork chops and take all the ingredients above and mix them and add them to the pork chops, make sure to season both sides of the pork chops.  Place the seasoned pork chops in the bottom of your refrigerator over night to absorb the seasoning and in the morning, turn the pork chops over so that the other side of the pork chops  seasons well too.

Frying the Pork Chops:

Take a large frying pan and put the over night seasoned pork chops in it and include the left over juice of the seasoning that is in the pan.  Add 3/4 a cup of fresh vegetable cooking oil and put in just enough water in the frying pan to cover the pork chops.  Boil at a medium high flame, turn over the pork chops often to insure it is cooked on both side evenly.  When the water has evaporated and the pork  chops start to fry, lower the flame to a medium flame and slowly fry the pork chops, turning them over often until they are a light dark crisp brown color, be sure not to burn them.

Serve hot with hot steamed white rice and hot stewed Red Kidney Beans.  Everybody who tries my pork chops love them.

Hmmmmmm, good.   This is one of the most favorite plates among Puerto Ricans.

Both the fried onion/tomato cod fish and the fried pork chops go great with the rice and beans as the main course meal.