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Pan fried chuletas de cerdo, pork chops Puerto Rican style. Simply season ahead of time with Adobo, refrigerate and sit on the counter 20 minutes before frying them. What to serve with it? Arroz y habichuelas with tostones, of course.

This was one of my father's favorite dishes. He loved the pork chop crunchiness. He always said Mami was the best cook he knew and he was right. Mami cooked the chuletas over medium high heat to get the crispy edges and tender meat. They were always delicious.

Choose chops that are not terribly thick. Cook about 3 minutes per side and you're done. Fast, easy and delisioso!


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