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Onion & Whiskey Butter Kassler Chops with Bread Salad
Onion & Whiskey Butter Kassler Chops with Bread Salad

#JustDelicious Kassler chops are marinated in a peppery onion and whiskey butter, then grilled over the coals until cooked. Serve alongside a crunchy bread salad seasoned with garlic, chives and pepper, and zesty cream cheese dressing.

Prep Time: 20 min
Cook Time: 30 min
Total Time: 50 min
Serves: 4



Chops with onion and whiskey butter


500 g

Eskort Kassler chops


olive oil for cooking



65 ml


5 ml

rosemary, chopped

250 ml

butter (room temperature)

10 ml

black pepper

Bread Salad


½ loaf

bread, cut up in chunky blocks (4 cups)

65 ml

olive oil

65 ml

chives, chopped

2 cloves

garlic, chopped

10 ml

white pepper

5 ml


Dressing for bread salad


250 ml

cream cheese


zest and juice of one lemon


salt and pepper to taste

250 ml

tangy mayonnaise


Onion and whiskey butter:

  • Fry the onions in olive oil in a moderately heated frying pan until soft and brown. Set aside to cool.

  • Place the onions, whiskey, rosemary, butter and black pepper in a food processor and pulse until a paste forms.

  • Cover the Kassler chops with the butter and refrigerate overnight.

  • Braai the chops for 10 - 15 minutes turning frequently.

Bread salad:

  • Preheat the oven to 180°C.

  • Place the bread chunks in a roasting tray and drizzle with olive oil.

  • Add chives, pepper and garlic, season with salt and bake for 15 - 20 minutes.


  • Place the dressing ingredients in a mixing bowl and whip until well combined.

To Serve

  • Dress and serve the bread salad with a hand full of mixed chopped herbs.

Recipe Meal Types: - Mother's Day Special - Lunch - Braai - Entertaining
The following product can be used with this recipe:
Available at Eskort Butcheries

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