Pork Chops Gratinée Recipe Inspired by Cabbage Soup
Several years ago I posted one of my favorite recipes for a Baked Cabbage Soup; it is an addictive combination of pancetta, bread, cabbage, and cheese. More recently, Susan (from the Provence WineZine) shared a recipe for Pork Chops Gratinée, which really reminded me of the soup. I was eager to make it. The recipe follows below. Read the original post (here) to discover the wine pairing with a wine from California inspired by a white wine from Châteauneuf-du-Pape. It’s a small world after all.
Pork Chops Gratinée
This main dish is easy to make. It may quickly become your "go-to" comfort food.
* I will used crème fraîche instead of cream in the future. It is my guess that this is what is used in France.
** At this point, I might add a teaspoon of Dijon mustard to round out the flavors.