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what is a boneless pork sirloin chop

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asked Jan 25, 2014 by anonymous

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In a pig's anatomy, the loin muscle is about 3 feet long and beside the spine underneath the ribs and extending to the pelvis on each side. It's one of the more tender cuts of meat. The center loin is light colored and about 5 inches in dfameter. The sirloin is darker, nearer the hind leg and past the ribs. It has a more pronounced pork flavor than a cut from the center loin. If you grasp the muscle at your waist just above your hip, that corresponds to the sirloin.

A 'chop' is a slice of this loin muscle.

I hope this answers your question!
answered Jan 25, 2014 by CathyJo (400 points)
They can be drier than the one with the bone.  The boneless do well stuffed with dressing and baked in the oven.  I prefer the ones with the bone in and do them in the frying pan with one tablespoon olive oil.....after there are done I brown either onions or garlic and make a gravy with water & cornstarch.  Serve with oven baked potatoes....poke holes in the first, I usually do 15 or more, the rest I use during the week for hash brown or home fries for breakfast.  A nice big fresh salad with some homemade dressing.  A hot or cold beverage and fruit for dessert.
answered Jan 25, 2014 by josie (51,120 points)

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