Today I’m featuring a a 1 minute pressure cooker pork chop recipe from Pressure Cook Recipes. Amy and Jacky are the husband and wife team behind Pressure Cook Recipes. They are fairly new to the world of pressure cooking and blogging, but I’ve been super impressed with their beautiful site and thorough recipe testing process.
Their Pressure Cooker Pork Chops and Applesauce recipe, a moist and tender pork chops drizzled with warm cinnamon applesauce, is the perfect example. They tested 5 different cooking times before arriving at their 1 minute pressure cooker pork chop cook time.
They also created a great video to show how quick and easy the recipe is to make.
Of course, the meal doesn’t take one minute to make. It’s only the pressure cooking time that is one minute. There’s prep time, time to come to pressure and time for a natural pressure release. But Amy and Jacky estimate you can have this easy pork chop meal on the table in 21 minutes.
If you’re skeptical about a 1 minute cook time, just remember the pork chop cooks as you’re browning it. It cooks as the pressure cooker is coming to pressure. And it cooks as the pressure cooker is naturally releasing the pressure. Just be sure and use a digital thermometer to make sure your pork chops have reached 145º.
Visit Pressure Cook Recipes for their Pressure Cooker Pork Chops and Applesauce recipe and additional photos and tips to help you make the recipe. And while you’re there, check out all their other creative, delicious pressure cooking recipes.