Saturday, December 28, 2013

Sweet Pork Chop Bacon Wraps Recipe!

sweet bacon wrapped pork chops recipe
Looking for great pork chop recipes? Then you must try my Pork Tenderloin Bacon Wrap Recipe!

My idea for this recipe originated from the Paula Deen Sweet Chicken Bacon Wrap Recipe, which I had slightly altered a few times and started using strips of chicken instead of the small chicken chunks. Next, came the idea to use pork chops cut in half. Oh my, it turned out great and this was the day that my Sweet Pork Chop Wraps Recipe was born.

If you like the Sweet Chicken Bacon Wraps by Paula Deen, you will love them made with center-cut pork chops even more. The pork tends to hold the flavors better and turn out very moist. 

Sweet Pork Chop Bacon Wraps Recipe

4-6 Center-Cut Pork Chops (boneless pork chops) cut about 1/2 thick
1 Package of Bacon. 
2 Cups Brown Sugar
2 Tbsp Chili Powder
2 Tsp Garlic Salt

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. 

1. Rinse your pork chops and cut them in half creating two long strips. Set aside. Open the package of bacon and set it next to your pork chops. This way you aren't fighting to get the bacon out of the package with sticky hands later. 

2. In a deep dish (I use a glass pie pan), blend brown sugar, chili powder and garlic salt. 

3. Prepare your baking pan by wrapping it in tin foil and placing a baking wrap inside the pan. This isn't required but, it will help the bacon crisp nicely. Not using a baking rack will allow it to the wraps to cook in their own juices causing the bacon to be soft. Trust me, you want the rack. 

4. Take a single pork chop strip, coat it in the brown sugar mix. Now, pulling the bacon a little snug,  wrap a single piece of bacon around the strip in a spiral direction. A single piece of bacon should cover the strip from one end to the other. 

5. Once you have your strip wrapped in bacon, roll it in the brown sugar mixture again, coating it well, and lay on the baking rack.  If it looks like it's too much, don't worry! The majority will melt and drip off during cooking. You can put several wraps on a single rack just make sure they aren't touching. Close is fine, but touching can cause them not to crisp well.

6. Continue the process until all the wraps are complete. Place in the oven and bake 20-25 minutes until your bacon is nice and done. Now, keep in mind, the bacon will not be crisp like if you were to fry it in a pan, but it will be nice a done with crisp edges! If you aren't sure if it's done, cut one of the wraps in half to check. I have never had an issue with the them not being done, but when I first started making them I did have a few episodes of them being too dry, from over cooking. I promise, 20-25 minutes max! 

Also, you may smell the sugar and bacon grease burning slightly and bubbling in the bottom of the pan... It's OKAY! It's just the dripping burning and will not affect the taste of your wraps! This is another reason I strongly suggest you use a rack and tin foil.

Well, what do you think of this recipe? You will love this bacon recipe If you like anything that is sweet & smokey flavored, BBQ, or HELLO...BACON in general!--  I think you will enjoy it! Let me know if you try it and what you think! 

If you are a huge bacon fan, then you must try the Bacon Nation Cookbook!

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  1. I think my fella would love these. Sound very yummy. Great blog.

    1. Oh Cat, they are delicious! He would love them. The chili powder isn't spicy at all, it gives the brown sugar the perfect smoky flavor. Almost like a yummy homemade BBQ sauce. Let me know how it turns out!

  2. This looks really yummy! Thanks for linking up to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party. Your post is now pinned to the Bloggers Brags Pinterest Board.

  3. Those looks succulent and yummy! I bet they're delicious!

    Thanks for linking up at Gingham & Roses!
    Hope to see you back next week!

    Tenns @ New Mama Diaries

  4. Holy cow... I love Bacon and I love Pork Chops so I'm sure that I'd love this recipe! Thanks for sharing on The Best Blog Recipes Blogger Gallery :)


  5. I love just about anything wrapped in bacon! I bet pork chops would be delicious. Thanks for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next week.

  6. Hi! What a great idea! Thanks for stopping by #TheWeekendSocial and linking up! I have pinned, stumbled and shared your link across social media. I hope to see you again next week!

  7. Oh Yum! Pinned! Thanks so much for stopping by our Tuesday party!! Please make sure to stop by this week. We love to see your creations. Lou Lou Girls

  8. WOW! I made these tonight and my guys loved it. My husband said I out did myself and he never compliments me!! Thank you for the recipe.

    1. get rid of him! no compliments = no home cooking!

  9. It's so easy yet yummy and so quick to do.

  10. Looks pretty tasty to me! Thanks for sharing at The Weekend Social. Hope to see you again Thursday 9:00 PM EST. Pinned.

  11. This post has made me so hungry. They look delicious!

  12. Thank you visiting Bloggers Brags Pinterest Party this week and sharing your post! I have pinned your post to the BBPP Pinterest Board. Have a fabulous week!

  13. I know this will be on our menu soon- sounds so good! I love that everything in the recipe is in my pantry. Thanks for the recipe.

  14. This recipe looks and sounds amazing! It bet it smells wonderful too. :) We’re so happy to have you co-hosting the #HomeMattersParty :) Welcome!

    Life With Lorelai

  15. Wow that looks like alot of pig LOL. They actually look very yummy. Can't wait to try this recipe out. #HomeMattersParty

  16. I like this recipe for Sweet Pork Chop Bacon Wraps, I will be making it this weekend.


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