Pork Chops with Grapes and Balsamico

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Pork Chops with Grapes and Balsamico

As fall has started to show us its teeth, I have a tendency of cooking juicy, saucy meals. The original recipe for this meal comes from a very famous Greek chef called Vagelis Driskas. I did some alterations so as to adapt it to my taste, but you can find the original recipe here. It is very easy to make and I had grapes in my fridge not knowing what to do with them. The original recipe calls for pork tenderloin, but I only had pork chops which worked just fine. As I am not a fruit eater (I know I do not do well, don’t tell me), this recipe provided me the fruits as well.


Pork Chops with Grapes and Balsamico


2 big pork chops
2 cups grapes
1 onion chopped
1/4 cup olive oil
3 tbsp balsamico
1/4 tsp snipped chives
1/4 tsp italian herbs
2 tbsp honey
1/2 cup white wine
salt, pepper


Cut the grapes lengthwise in half. Season chops with salt and pepper and sautee in a pan with the olive oil and onion. When chops have taken color add the grapes, honey, chives and italian herbs. Throw the balsamico and wine and let it in medium heat for 20 minutes. You can accompany it with rice or pasta.

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