Pork needs to reach internal temperatures of 145 degrees F and 160 degrees F for safe consumption. Thicker pork chops most often require longer cooking times.
The two types of boneless pork chops include loin chops and top loin chops. Bone-in types of pork consist of rib chops and sirloin chops.
Roasted or mashed potatoes are a good side dish for pork chops. Green beans, baked beans, bread stuffing, green leafy salads, and biscuits are also appropriate to serve with pork.Learn more about Meat