Pork Chop at Waffle House: Price and Calories in 2024

Pork Chop

Price: US$5.15 / Calories: 290

Would you like a delicious, protein-rich meal that won’t leave you overly decadent? Look no further than the bone-in 5-ounce Pork Chop at Waffle House that’s grilled to perfection and offers a delicious and satisfying option with its juicy and tender form. You can get this menu for just $5.15 with a flavorful pack of 290 calories, whether you’re a fan of flavorful pork or simply seeking a hearty and value-packed choice.

You can choose Pork Chop as a side meal at Waffle House, similar to other side menus like sausage, T-bone steak, and sirloin steak, and it’ll not only satisfy your taste buds but enhance your dining experience. In recent years, Pork Chop has increased to $8.99 at Waffle House because users can give orders to prepare it more specifically to personalize their meals.

Nutrition Facts

NutrientsValuePercentage
Total Fat49 g75%
Saturated Fat17 g85%
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol180 mg60%
Sodium1620 mg 68%
Total Carbohydrate55 g18%
Dietary Fiber6 g24%
Sugars7 g
Protein84 g

Burning Time of 1005 Calories

These durations are approximations and may differ based on individual factors such as weight, age, gender, and fitness level.

  • Quick walking: Approximately 110-120 minutes
  • Jogging: Roughly 80-90 minutes
  • Biking: Around 80-90 minutes
  • Swimming: Nearly 90-100 minutes
  • Dancing: Close to 90-100 minutes
  • Hiking: Approximately 100-110 minutes
  • Jumping rope: Around 30-35 minutes
  • Rowing: Close to 80-90 minutes
  • Elliptical training: Estimated 85-95 minutes
  • Aerobics: Nearly 90-100 minutes
  • Tennis: Around 80-90 minutes

Calorie Breakdown

  • Fat: 44.2%
  • Carbohydrates: 22.1%
  • Protein: 33.7%
Pork Chop at Waffle House Calories Breakdown

How to Make Pork Chops? 

To make pork chops similar to Waffle House, you need to take the following ingredients and then follow the instructions mentioned below:

Ingredients

The ingredients listed are for preparing and serving one center-cut bone-in pork chop. If you want to make more pork chops, you’d need to multiply the quantities of each ingredient accordingly. For example, if you’re going to make four pork chops, you’d need four pork chops, and multiply the amounts of salt, pepper, oil, thyme, garlic, butter, shallots, apple brandy, mustard, heavy cream, chicken stock, and parsley by four.

  • 1 center-cut bone-in pork chop (with fat cap)
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Vegetable oil
  • 2-3 sprigs of thyme
  • 2 cloves garlic (crushed)
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 1 shallot (chopped)
  • 1 tablespoon chopped garlic
  • 1/4 cup apple brandy (or apple cider, beer, white wine)
  • 1 tablespoon whole-grain mustard
  • 1/2 cup heavy cream
  • 1/4 cup chicken stock
  • Fresh parsley (chopped)

Instructions

  • Pat the pork chop dry with paper towels and liberally season with salt and pepper on both sides
  • Heat a pan over medium-high heat, add vegetable oil, and wait until it’s shimmering and slightly smoking.
  • Place the pork chop in the pan,  keep it away from you to avoid splashes, and sear for 3-4 minutes on each side until browned.
  • Hold the pork chop on its fat side to render out some fat, then remove excess oil from the pan.
  • Add butter, thyme, and crushed garlic to the pan, tilt it, and baste the pork chop with the melted butter and aromatics until the internal temperature reaches 135-140°F.
  • Take the pork chop out and allow it to rest on a rack for 5-7 minutes while discarding the used butter and oil from the pan, but keep them the browned bits.
  • Add fresh oil to the pan; cook chopped shallots with a tweak of salt until softened, then add chopped garlic and thyme until fragrant.
  • Use apple brandy to loosen the browned bits in the pan, then add whole grain mustard and heavy cream, stir, season with salt and pepper, let the sauce reduce, and finish with a knob of butter. Serve the pork chop with the sauce and garnish with parsley.

My Reviews on Pork Chop at Waffle House

I recently tried the pork chop at Waffle House, which was fantastic. The two bone-in pork chops were juicy and flavorful, thanks to their seasoning injection, which keeps them from drying out. I opted for the classic salt and pepper seasoning, which many regulars prefer. The chops were cooked to perfection to retain a great texture and taste. Waffle House delivers a satisfying meal if you’re a fan of well-seasoned, succulent pork chops. I highly recommend it and rate the pork chop a solid 4.5 out of 5.

Frequently Asked Questions

Waffle House pork chops are bone-in and injected with seasoning to make them juicy and flavorful. They’re grilled to perfection and can be seasoned with salt and pepper upon request.

As of 2024, a single bone-in pork chop at Waffle House costs $8.99. This price reflects the quality and customization options available.

A 5-ounce bone-in pork chop at Waffle House contains approximately 290 calories.

You can choose pork chops as a side meal, similar to other options like sausage, T-bone steak, and sirloin steak. It’s a hearty and protein-rich addition to any meal.

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