- It is a pork product
- It is cured with a rub made of red pepper flakes and other stuff but I'm fairly certain mostly red pepper flakes
- capicola is a hard deli meat, similar to salami or pepperoni in texture and consistency
oven baked potatoes
- you do not have to use this combo of oil, you can use olive oil, coconut oil, veggie oil, shortening, butter, whatever you like, this is just what i chose to use because i enjoy the skin as well as the potato
- cooking time may vary depending on the size of your potato, the best way to determine if it is done is to stick it with a knife or fork, when your knife goes all the way through to the center with no resistance your potatoes are done.
Smothered Capicola Pork Chops
- This recipe could easily be made in a slow cooker or crock pot as well, follow all instructions but put in a crock pot for 4 hours
- I have made this recipe using dried beef, and also Lebanon bologna and both are awesome variations
- the next time i make this recipe I will probably wrap my chops in bacon
- This recipe will work with cream of celery, or broccoli soup, or other cream of something soup.. I don't think Id try it with cream of chicken, but you could..
- This recipe works with chicken also same recipe just substitute chops for chicken
- I served mine with baked potatoes and spooned the gravy over the baked potatoes and sprinkled with cheese, but you could use rice, noodles, or mashed potatoes if you preferred.