Pressure cooker pork chops are tricky…when you’re shopping, not when you’re cooking. You have to buy shoulder chops. Pork loin chops, like most white meat, are way too lean to pressure cook, because their perfect doneness level of 145°F needs very precise cooking. (And don’t get me started about pork tenderloin in the pressure cooker – it’s even leaner, and more prone to overcooking.)
Pork shoulder chops, however, are perfect for pressure cooking. They’re bulletproof, fatty and full of connective tissue, and need long cooking times to tenderize. I make them all the time, especially with apples and onions.
Recipe: Instant Pot Pork Shoulder Chops with Apples and Onions
Pressure Cooker Pork Steaks, St. Louis BBQ Style
Pressure Cooker Pork Western Shoulder Ribs with Barbecue Rub and Sauce
Instant Pot German Pot Roast with Mustard (Senfbraten)
My other Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Recipes
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