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​The Cure Pork Chop and Bacon Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

​The Cure Pork Chop and Bacon Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

Making a Pork Chop or pork tenderloin taste delicious is made easier by the Flavor Anonymous seasoning, The Cure! You have heard all about it, but never tried it? Well Reggie Skinner is an expert on all of the Flavor Anonymous seasonings and BBQ Pro Shop asked him to share his knowledge in this delicious recipe. So, how can I make this dish you ask?

It starts by making brussels sprouts with shallot, bacon & balsamic vinegar glaze!  This makes for an amazing side dish for the perfect dinner. While you make this, turn on your stove or grill and heat up your favorite cast iron skillet until it is screaming hot!

Season the pork chop or pork tenderloin with Flavor Anonymous The Cure and let it sit for at least a few minutes while that cast iron heats up. The Cure is not your normal rub seasoning in its consistency, it is moist and clumpy coming out of the bag. Apply the rub by hand, and a little of The Cure, goes a very long way! If it is your first time trying it, go lightly if you prefer mild and just a little bit more heavy if you like more heat. Refer to the BBQ Pro Shop Factory Team FlavorGuide for more information on the seasoning. 

Ingredients For Bacon Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

1 fresh bag of brussels sprouts

3 strips of bacon

1 shallot

1 1-1 ½’ thick pork chop or petite pork loin

  1. Prep your brussel sprouts (I trim stems off and cut in half)
  2. Slice three (3) strips of bacon into bite sized pieces and add to a warm non-stick pan.
  3. Dice 1/2 a shallot, add to bacon pan and sweat it in the bacon fat.
  4. Add sprouts and  cook until softened with a slight char. 
  5. Cook until sprouts a dull green.
  6. Drizzle some balsamic vinegar over them to taste and toss in the pan until they get tacky in the glaze.

Cook chop ~8 minutes per side until internal temp reads 145° or whatever temp you prefer. 

Let chop or loin rest for 2-5 minutes before slicing.

Serve sliced loin or chop with sprouts. 


Follow Reginald T Skinner Sr on Instagram @whatdidieatorcook for more delicious recipes and tips! Reggie is also active on the #FlavorNation- Flavor Anonymous Brands Group on Facebook! Do you have a recipe or cooking idea you would like to see on the BBQ Pro Shop recipe blog? Contact us for more information!

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