Texas Rub Boneless Pork Chops
Let's start at the top. Taken from the pork loin, located in the middle to backside of the pig, boneless pork chops have had the rib bone removed. Compared to other cuts, it's low in fat and high in protein. This particular Texas rub boneless pork chop is cut to approximately 0.75lbs and seasoned with a delicious blend of sea salt, brown sugar, paprika, garlic powder, chilli powder, pepper, cumin, oregano, and more. They comes from Townsend Butchers who locally raise their pigs in Simcoe, ON on a vegetarian diet.
COOKING TIP: You don't need to add any more seasoning to this pork chop, it's ready for the oven, grill, or pan! Choose your method of cooking let it reach an internal temperature of 145°F. Unlike a bone-in chop that needs some time to cook, the lack of bone means it'll cook faster but is also more likely to dry out if overcooked. So keep an eye on it! Enjoy each juicy bite with a dollop of mustard.