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Excellent. Grilled these tonight and we all enjoyed them. I did heat up the leftover marinade and add some cornstarch to serve as a sauce with the pork chops too. I marinated the chops for about 2 hours. Definitely a keeper.

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HisPixie July 25, 2010

Excellent! My family raved and then fought over the left overs! I did make a few changes. I fried the porkchops just to brown, pour the marinade over it let simmer 10 mins. Pulled out the chops and thickened sauce with a cornstarch slurry, brought to a boil and served in a gravy boat for eith poring on chops or the rice. Will definately be making it again ty!

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angelalberta_22 February 14, 2008

Made this tonight but in a skillet and it was awesome! Everyone loved it! Marinades for about two hours. Thanks! Will be using it again!

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Melissa K. September 03, 2015

Pretty sure this recipe uses pork LOIN, not tenderloin. BIG difference in cooking procedures and times. Tenderloin is sold in small sizes, usually just 1 lb in weight and about a 3" diameter. Liked the recipe very much, sauce was great!

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Mom's a cook! July 14, 2013

I made these tonight for dinner. I followed the recipe exactly how you wrote it out. I let them marinade overnight in the fridge and then grilled them. I used the leftover marinade and kept basting the pork chops while they were on the grill. Yummy! The hubby really liked them and he's Mr. Picky lol He wanted to know what was in the marinade. I know we will be making these again and again. We give you thumbs up, great recipe!! Thank you for posting =)

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Kailies_mommy May 02, 2009

VERY VERY GOOD!! I baked this as a previous poster had said on 350 covered for 30 min and then added reserve and then for 20 minutes. I only marinaded these for 1 hour and still fantastic. I served with Fried Apples the fried apples on the side with green beans as well. Fantastic the apples and pork togethor were what made both recipes. I also omitted the salt as per the suggestion of other posters. Really fantastic marinade, so very tender. My husband said it was his new favorite!

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Leslie Autumn October 15, 2007

This is a very easy marinade to do. No veggies to cut, that's what I like on a busy weeknight :) This was delicious grilled on the barbecue. Just a little bit sweet, perfect :) Thanks :)

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Boomette September 06, 2007

This was excellent! Even my kids (who are very picky) had seconds. The only change I would make would be to use less soy sauce--it made them a bit salty. But I pan fried these in 3 tablespoons of butter. It made them juicy and tender. Thanks for the recipe!

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kdaniele July 02, 2007

This was really good. I marinated my pork chops for about 8 hours, then threw them on the barbeque. They had a nice taste to them. Next time, I might boil the leftover marinade on the stovetop and thicken it, and use it as a sauce to pour overtop. I served these pork chops with "yam and apple medley" Yam and Apple Medley, and rice and peas.

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Little Squirrel May 10, 2007

These were the best chops ever ,chops are not really of favorite of mine, but these are awesome. So good my son tried it on salmon, excellent, I tried it on beef ribs, excellent and tonight we are trying it on bbq chicken.

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dianering2 January 30, 2007
Apple-Brown Sugar Pork Chops