A Family Favorite, my mom used to make it all the time. It is really really simple.
The amounts used all depend on how much sauce you want left over to reduce, so feel free to add more if you'd like.
note:use low or no sodium unless you love salty foods.
This is an simple, incredible dip for pork chops or narrow strips of deep fried beef steak. It will turn a "ho-hum" serving of chops into a gourmet experience that will demand many replays. Believe me, it is awesome and soooo simple.
This quick & easy recipe comes from the 1966 Quick & Easy Dinners cookbook by the editors of Sunset Magazine. When serving these chops, I like using the reserved half of the glaze over brown rice & peas!
Very fast, and easy to make. My experimentation on a fast recipe. This recipe is something that I experimented with, and was shocked when I tasted it! My husband loves it! Great for junior chefs, and busy people!
This is a very inexpensive, easy and quick recipe that I threw together when I was kind of in the mood for Tex-Mex, but totally in the mood for something a little spicy and different... and EASY. My family really liked it and I hope you do too. This recipe can easily be adapted to your family's taste.
We don't eat pork often, so when we do, it needs to be spectacular! I developed these based on a recipe from an episode of Nigella Feasts. NOTE: Zaar adds the entire amount of the frying oil, egg wash and coating to the nutritional facts panel. Generally, the entire amounts are not used completely so these chops have less fat, cholesterol & calories than stated.
A very tasty and easy dinner in less than an hour. I found this in a Southern Living cookbook and thought it was worth passing on. I served this with Uncle Ben's Garlic and Butter rice and a vegetable.