Baked Pork Chops Dinner – In One Pan – 30 Minutes – Quick and Easy – Gluten Free

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Baked Pork Chops Dinner is all in One Pan and.. …30 minutes, total. Oh yeah, and real good.

I was in the grocery store picking up some wine – of course – and looking around for something a little different for supper. When I spied these real thick, bone in, pork loin chops.

I had a couple little chores to do so I bought what I needed to put together this one pan dinner that would just go in the oven and free me up for a little while.

I bet you find yourself in that kind of crunch sometimes too.

I picked out veggies that would take the same time to cook that the thick pork chops would and heres what the product of my chopping, olive oiling and salt and peppering looked like. I did sprinkle a little paprika on the potatoes and a little grated parmesan on the pork chops.

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You could use a baking sheet lined with aluminum foil and sprayed or wiped with olive oil. Or, a nonstick one like you see in the pic.

In the pursuit  of quick and easy I got the pre trimmed and washed string beans in  produce and the pre peeled and cut potatoes in frozen . The onion and the pepper were the only cutting up that I had to do.

It went into a 475° oven for twenty minutes and our Baked Pork Chops Dinner all was cooked and ready.

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I didn’t get all my honeydos finished but a nice dinner with my honey and that bottle of Pinot Noir that I had grabbed at the store all made for a real good evening.

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Baked pork chops, potatoes and veggies all in one sheet pan.
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  1. Set the oven at 475F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and spray or wipe with olive oil. Put the pork chops and the veggies on the baking sheet. Drizzle the veggies with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Sprinkle the potatoes lightly with paprika and the pork chops with grated parmesan cheese.
  2. Put the sheet into the oven and cook for 20 minutes. The veggies should be cooked and crisp on the edges and the pork chops should be firm to a poke or read 155- 160 on an instant read meat thermometer.
  3. Enjoy!!
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Tuna Steak – Pan Seared – Quick and Easy

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Tuna Steak – Pan Seared – Quick and Easy

You will get rave reviews from friends and family when you serve up this Quick and Easy Pan Seared Tuna Steak with Cilantro and Lime because……..

………it’s delish! A restaurant could not do it any better than you. And, you won’t  take very long, in fact just minutes, to get it done and on the table. 

You can rub the tuna steaks with any combination of dried herbs that you prefer. We like the lemon pepper, dill weed and garlic powder combo but you’re the boss so do it the way that YOU like it.

If you don’t live where you can get fresh tuna steaks just get the frozen ones and put them in a bowl of water before you start on the veggies.

First lets get the one pan potatoes and string beans going and in the oven. They’re are going to take longer to cook than the tuna steaks will so let’s give them a head start.

Set the oven at 400°F/200°C. Put the potatoes in the microwave and zap ’em ’til they are soft enough to be squashed. 4-8 minutes depending on how many. If you are using big ones cut them up into chunks of about half dollar size.

While that is going on cut the onion into thin strips.

If you aren’t using pre -trimmed and washed string beans………

…….go ahead and cut the fuzzy ends off and rinse them under running water.

Put the string beans in a row along one end of a cookie sheet. Put half of the onion strips in the spots where you are going to squash the potatoes. Put the potatoes on the onion strips and squash ’em. Then spread the rest of the onion strips on top of the potatoes and if you have some to spare just put them on the string beans.

Drizzle everything with olive oil and sprinkle with grated parmesan, salt and pepper.  Then…….

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……..into the oven it goes.

Chop up the cilantro leaves and put them into a small bowl. Squeeze the lime juice in and add just a little salt and pepper. Then stir it together and put it aside while you get the tuna ready.

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Pat the steaks dry and lay them on a paper towel. Sprinkle half of the salt, lemon pepper, garlic powder and dried dill weed on the steaks and gently rub it onto the tuna with a spoon.

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Put the tuna steaks onto a new dry paper towel with the spiced side down and repeat the process on the up side.

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Put a skillet on at HIGH and swirl in enough olive oil to coat the bottom.

While it’s getting hot flip the potatoes over and pat them down onto the onion strips and lay the cheese slices onto the string beans. I had some provolone left over from a recent batch of lasagna so that’s what I used but any kind of sliced cheese that you like will work just fine.

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Your skillet will be hot now so gently lay the tuna steaks into it. A minute a side will give you almost sushi rare. 2-3 minutes a side will give you medium rare and any more than that will give you well done. Another way to tell is the poke test. You remember just how pliable they were when they were raw, well the more firm that they are beyond that will tell you the degree of doneness.

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It’s time to enjoy your Pan Seared Tuna Steak! Remember that cilantro resting in the lime juice? Use it to top off the tuna steaks and Bon Appetit!

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Gammy really likes Santa Margarita Pinot Grigio so guess what wine we had with our Tuna Steaks,,, yup. And we finished the bottle.

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  1. Set the oven at 400°F/200°C. Put the potatoes in the microwave and zap 'em 'til they are soft enough to be squashed. 4-8 minutes depending on how many. If you are using big ones cut them up into chunks of about half dollar size. While that is going on cut the onion into thin strips. If you aren't using pre -trimmed and washed string beans go ahead and cut the fuzzy ends off and rinse them under running water.
  2. Put the string beans in a row along one end of a cookie sheet. Put half of the onion strips in the spots where you are going to squash the potatoes. Put the potatoes on the onion strips and squash 'em. Then spread the rest of the onion strips on top of the potatoes and if you have some to spare just put them on the string beans. Drizzle everything with olive oil and sprinkle with grated parmesan, salt and pepper. Then, into the oven it goes.
  3. Chop up the cilantro leaves and put them into a small bowl. Squeeze the lime juice in and add just a little salt and pepper. Then stir it together and put it aside while you get the tuna ready.
  4. Pat the steaks dry and lay them on a paper towel. Sprinkle half of the salt, lemon pepper, garlic powder and dried dill weed on the steaks and gently rub it onto the tuna with a spoon. Put the tuna steaks onto a new dry paper towel with the spiced side down and repeat the process on the up side.
  5. Put a skillet on at HIGH and swirl in enough olive oil to coat the bottom. While it's getting hot flip the potatoes over and pat them down onto the onion strips and lay the cheese slices onto the string beans. I had some provolone left over from a recent batch of lasagna so that's what I used but any kind of sliced cheese that you like will work just fine.
  6. Your skillet will be hot now so gently lay the tuna steaks into it. A minute a side will give you almost sushi rare. 2-3 minutes a side will give you medium rare and any more than that will give you well done. Another way to tell is the poke test. You remember just how pliable they were when they were raw, well the more firm that they are beyond that will tell you the degree of doneness.
  7. It's time to enjoy your Pan Seared Tuna Steak! Remember that cilantro resting in the lime juice? Use it to top off the tuna steaks and Bon Appetit!
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