Pork loin chops with creamy garlic mash and roasted apples

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PHOTO: Misha Jordaan
PHOTO: Misha Jordaan

When braaied, the rind of pork loin chops tends to get tough. We sliced the rind off and roasted it in the oven until crispy, while braaiing the chops with a mustard spread.

Preheat the oven to 200°C. Put a wire rack on a baking sheet and grease well with nonstick spray. Make a fire with enough coals for braaiing. Put a grid stand or potjie stand in the coals and keep a fold-over braai grid handy.

1 Cut the rind off the chops – leave a thin layer of fat on the chops, but there should be no meat on the rind.

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