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How long do I cook 2 x Pork Loin chops for in a fan-forced oven?

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Pork loin chops in a 350 degrees in a fan forced oven for 20 to 25 minutes per pound or until the internal temperature of the chop reaches between 145 degrees and 160 degrees

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How to cook pork chops


Yum, I love Pork Chops and Taters. I use a skillet and a little olive oil. Heat the pan til oil is pretty hot, you want to sear the pork chops when they hit the pan for about 2 minutes on each side. Then reduce heat to a simmer, add about a 1/4 inch of liquid to the pan. (I use water) Simmer until cooked. Do not overcook as they can become very dry quickly. That's why I add the water and turn the burner to low.

Also, I make this at least once a month;
Cut chops into 3 to 4" strips
Peel a few potatoes, diced (white preferred)
Put olive oil in skillet (get hot)
Add potatoes, searing the outside
Add pork strips, sear for 2 minutes on each side or to desired brownness.
Reduce heat to simmer
Add water to cover the bottom of the pan
Cover
Let them cook slowly while you watch your favorite show or mix up a salad!

These are so tender and juicy!
Enjoy!

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Need to know the cooking time and temp in C in fan forced oven for pork loin roll weighing 1.22kg


usually 40 minutes per 500 grams at 180 degrees C
so 1 and a half hours plus preheat the oven .
And it is thawed not frozen

don't just take my word for it read it on link below
http://www.pork.com.au/home-page-consumer/recipes/cooking-instructions.aspx

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How can I tell if meat is freezer burn


Usually looks dry/milky colored and is hard. Sometimes it is also a green tinge. Pork is good for about six months when frozen in a deep freezer with butcher wrap. If you are using a frost freeze refrigerator freezer, in a freezer bag us it in 2-3 months. From your picture they don't look freezer burned, feel the chop, if it is dry and hard, it is, if not probably fine.

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Tenderloin recipe


Here is one I like to use. Marinate in a little veggie oil and honey mustard dressing overnight. Rub it down with Honey Mustard after the marination and sprinkle on a good Pork Rub (purchase at Winn0Dixe or Publix) or make your own. You can Google Pork Rub. Place the loin in your smoker at 225 and use a digital probe in the loin. Cook till 142-145 internal temp. Take off, wrap in foil and then a towel and let stand for 1/2 hour. Slice and enjoy. I hope you like it.

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