I found some beautiful boneless pork chops at the grocery store the other day. I have cooked pork chops so many ways, but never in my handy dandy air fryer. I admit, I was nervous. I have used my air fryer quite a lot recently, but mainly for frozen foods, hard boiled eggs and I have to say, hot dogs are awesome done in the air fryer. I wasn’t sure how this pork would turn out, but I’m happy to say, they turned out great. They were moist and so flavorful with the sage, rosemary and Thyme and it took half the time to cook in the air fryer than in the oven.
Here’s what you need:
*boneless pork chops
*salt to taste
*1 tsp. dried sage
*1 tsp. dried rosemary
*1 tsp. dried thyme
*olive oil for lightly coating fryer basket
In a small bowl, mix together sage, rosemary and thyme.
30 minutes before cooking the pork, pat them dry with paper towels. Sprinkle pork chops with salt on both sides, then sprinkle them on both sides with the sage mixture.
Preheat the air fryer at 400° for 5 minutes.
With a silicone basting brush, lightly coat the bottom of the air fryer basket with the olive oil. You can use cooking spray, but I try not to use this because over time it leaves a sticky coating on the basket.
Place the pork in the basket in an even layer where they are not touching.
Cook for 5 minutes and flip them over, then cook for another 5 minutes or until the pork reaches an internal temp of 145°
Cooking time might vary depending on the brand and size of the air fryer.
Let the pork rest for 5 minutes before serving.
It’s good to know that pork chops can still be juicy even when cooked in the air fryer.
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Yes as long as it’s not over cooked. I sacrificed one to see how long to cook them. It was as dry as the desert and probably could be used as a weapon.😂