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Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops

Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops are filled with three types of cheese and bacon then grilled and finished in the oven for a delicious dinner that your whole family will love.
Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops/ Ang Sarap/

Please extend a very warm welcome to Raymund from Ang Sarap . Ang Sarap means "It's Delicious" in Tagalog. Raymund has some of the most delicious recipes and his Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops are sure not to disappoint. It is grilling season and it is time to get cracking with some fun and easy recipes that the whole family will enjoy and even the picky eaters in your crew.

Okay stop licking your screen....caught you! Seriously, look at all of that cheesy deliciousness. Bacon, cheese, pork chops are like major food groups for my boys. Raymund's Cheese stuffed pork chops recipe is sure to be a hit in our household and I hope yours too. Low carb, gluten-free, no eggs and diabetic friendly with a big tossed salad on the side.

Ang Sarap is a delicious recipe website that not only has many recipes influenced by the many places Raymund has lived around the world but he also shares a little history behind each dish. Ang Sarap has many recipes from the Philippines but also South Eastern Asia, Europe, New Zealand and even some American dishes.

Our family loves all of Ang Sarap recipes but the top 3 recipes we make on a regular basis are Chinese Beef with Honey Black Pepper Sauce , Chicken Khao Soi and Melon Ice Candy

Please stop on over to Ang Sarap and say hello.


Before anything else I would like to thank Bobbi for inviting me to do a guest post in this wonderful blog of hers, it is my pleasure to be in this space hence I will be sharing a special dish today which started my love and passion for cooking, the Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops.

While other Asian kids enjoy their instant noodles as their comfort food, I was busy experimenting at home with some of my favourite food items. As a young child when I was left alone at home with our house nanny I tried to experiment making some food for my own consumption, it started with some oatmeal cookies, bananas dipped in bagoong as well as making my own carbonara pasta. Though some of them were a failure like putting raw eggs on my pasta, most of them were a success like this Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops that I cooked again and again since the first time I made them.
Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops/ Ang Sarap/

It started with a simple concoction of just pork chops stuffed with a quick melt cheese until it became this recipe that we had now. The latest version of my Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops are made out thick cut pork chops with fat on, filled with three types of cheeses namely sharp cheddar cheese, mozzarella and parmesan together with some bacon and some seasoning. It is then seared to perfection then finished in an oven topped again with some mozzarella. The result is a food worth exchanging those delicious junk food kids love.

Today I am sharing you this recipe and this is the first time I prepared this to my daughter who loves cheese as well, I think now we have a common comfort dish.

Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops/Ang Sarap/



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Cheese Stuffed Pork Chops

By HWC Magazine  , , , , ,

June 23, 2016

Pork chops filled with 3 different kinds of cheese and bacon and then lightly grilled and finished off in the oven. RECIPE AUTHOR: Raymund from Ang Sarap

  • Cook: 30 mins
  • Yields: 3 Adults


boneless pork chops - 3 thick with the fat on

bacon - 6 strips (streaky)

sharp cheddar cheese - 1/2 cup grated

mozzarella cheese - 1 and 1/2 cup grated

parmesan cheese - 1/2 cup grated

parsley - 1/4 cup chopped

chili powder - 1/2 teaspoon ground

black pepper - freshly ground to taste

salt - to taste


11. Fry bacon in pan until crispy, cool down and chop into small pieces

22. In a bowl combine together chopped bacon ½ cup grated sharp cheddar cheese, ½ cup grated mozzarella cheese, ¼ cup grated parmesan cheese, parsley and chilli powder. Mix then set aside.

33. Prepare your pork chops by cutting a pouch lengthwise.

44. Fill the pork with ⅓ of the cheese mixture and do it with the rest. Seal pork chops with either sewing a cooking twine or just by toothpicks.

55. Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper then place in a cast iron griddle and grill over medium heat for 5 minutes on each side depending on the thickness of your pork chops.

66. Sprinkle remaining mozzarella on top of pork chops then place the pork chops still in the griddle in a 220C preheated oven and cook for 5-8 more minutes until mozzarella is golden brown and bubbling.

77. Remove from the oven and remove the pork chops from the griddle, let it rest for 5 minutes prior to serving.


  • Shut the front door… HOLY WOW this looks incredible. Dont suppose you have any leftovers? Could go this comfort feed for lunch, its currently 8 degrees and sleeting. Cheese makes everything better! 🙂 Hope you are well my friend! Big hugs.

  • Wow! talk about comfort food at it’s finest. Love this!

  • Love Raymund’s blog! So of course I enjoy seeing one of his recipes here — can never get too much of a good thing. Love pork chops, and this is such a nice way to prepare them. Thanks!

  • Man. . .busted. How did you know I was licking the screen? Well. . .perhaps it was obvious because these pork chops look so good that the only appropriate reaction would be to lick the screen.

  • Great recipe, Raymund! Your recipe on Bam’s Kitchen — a perfect match — adore you both!

    • Thanks Judy, Love your blog too!

  • Raymond, you picked a terrific recipe to share on Bobbi’s blog. I know her boys would absolutely love these pork chops.

    • Yes I heard that her boys loved it. It was one of my favourite dishes to prepare when I started learning to cook

  • Holy cow, this looks amazing! I want to throw that delicious pork chop on top of some rice and really comfort myself. : )

    • Yeah rice or even with baked potatoes!

  • Wow! Your are born genius, Raymond. I can never imaging myself experimenting with something real cooking. This looks droolicious my dear. Such a fantastic share, Bobbi! 🙂

  • Wow, looks amazing!!

  • Pork chops, bacon, cheese???? I’m sold! And I know my husband would be all over this! Added bonus for him, he used to travel to the Philippines for work all the time, so I’m sure he would love checking out Raymond’s recipes. Thanks for sharing, Bobbi 🙂

    • I think he will sure love it 🙂

  • YUM! And there’s bacon!!! Everything tastes better with bacon, am I right? Now, excuse me while I lick my computer screen…

  • Diane

    That truly looks delicious. Sorry I haven’t been keeping up with things but I’m starting to get back into the swing of actually cooking more than burgers and pre-prepped food. Of course you always have such interesting and tasty ideas to try.

    • Bams Kitchen

      Good to hear from you Diane! Things have been crazy here on the home front and that is why I had Raymund help out the boys and I with a delicious Cheese stuffed pork chop recipe from Ang Sarap.

  • Oh wow- great guest post. These pork chops look absolutely delicious and decadent.

  • This will sure satisfy a bunch of cravings at once!

  • Oh man! I don’t even eat pork chops, but I sire wouldn’t turn these down! Yummers!

  • Looks amazingly delicious! Yum!

  • I am definitively going to try this recipe. I love cheese! It looks super delicious!

  • You busted me – I sure did lick the screen – and can you blame me? Bacon+FOUR cheeses and those decadently juicy pork chops made me do it! Such a fantastic recipe – thanks so much for sharing Raymond’s and his recipe with us Bobbi!

  • Dear Raymund, BAM,

    The combination of three types of cheese is a real winner. Pork chops never looked this good to me.

  • These look delicious, what a great idea for a midweek meal. Bet they’d be good with a tomato salad.

  • OMG! Shut the front door! This is a downright comforting way to serve up pork chops. I would have never thought of it. Thanks you o much for sharing it with us.
    P.S. It was tempting to lick the screen.


  • Delicious dish. Grilling perfect for season here

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