Gravy Pork Chops and Zucchini-Parmesan Couscous

Sometimes the greatest satisfaction after a long day of work is coming home and cooking a delicious meal from scratch.

It doesn’t happen every day, and dare I say it even happens often, but when it does it makes a lady feel quite proud!

This recipe is extremely simple, semi-homemade and beyond delicious.

Here’s what you’ll need:

chili powder, garlic salt, cumin, flour {for the gravy}, parmesan couscous, pork chops, onion, zucchini

mix seasoning with flour... there are no real measurements here so mix to taste!

cover pork in flour mixture on all sides and cook on medium high in a little bit of oil

saute until golden brown, then remove chops from pan, leaving the tasty drippings behind!

make a simple gravy by adding 2-3 tablespoons of flour to the pork chop juices, and slowly stirring in about a cup of milk, making sure everything is mixed evenly.

take the chops for a dip in the gravy, cover and heat over medium low heat until fully cooked

meanwhile….

saute chopped onions and zucchini in olive oil. {add garlic if you want... as if you WOULDN'T want...}

combine golden brown zucchini mixture with box couscous {simple 2 minute instructions are a breeze to follow}

serve and enjoy!!!

Again, very simple and super delicious!

Give it a try and tell me what you think. Does it deserve a pat on the back or a shun to the bad-cooks corner?

Until next time…

What’s your favorite made-from-scratch masterpiece? Tell me all about it!

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4 thoughts on “Gravy Pork Chops and Zucchini-Parmesan Couscous

  1. That looks delish! Will have to give it a try! Hope that you had a wonderful time in OBX this weekend!!! It was the perfect weather for a wedding 🙂

    My favorite recipe to make lately involves porkchops too! Take boneless porkchops and put in baking dish. In small bowl, mix 10 ox. Russian dressing, 1 Cup. Apricot Jam and 1 package of French Onion Soup Mix (the dried packet). Mix together and pour over chops! Bake at 350 for 30-45 minutes until porkis 160 degrees. Serve over white rice! YUMMYYY!!! 🙂

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