Pork chops in creamy sage sauce

This is a very quick and tasty meal that you can produce with very little effort, particularly if you cheat with the onion and garlic.

Pork chops 1 or 2 per person

Dried sage one heaped teaspoon per person (or use fresh if you can get it)

Olive oil and butter for frying

Frozen or fresh cut white onion, one heaped dessert spoon per chop.

One teaspoon very lazy garlic or one clove per chop

Double cream

Salt and pepper

White wine

Put on oven to warm at 150 degrees

Marinade the pork chops in a little white wine and sage, salt and pepper, for at least 30 min

Heat frying pan with olive oil and butter

Fry chops till some browning on both sides and fat

When done, about 3-4 mins per side depending on thickness, put in oven proof dish and leave to warm in the oven.

Turn down the heat under the frying pan

Add onion and garlic and fry till soft and lightly browned

To cooked juices in the pan add double cream and allow to thicken

To serve pour the sauce over the cooked pork chops

Goes well with any green vegetable dish

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