3 Reviews

I was looking for a new way to cook pork chops and came upon this recipe. I had everything on hand and went for it. I reduced the ginger to 1 teaspoon, used white vinegar instead of cider and grilled indoors on the stove top and spread the sauce on after to get them slightly crusted. Served with homemade mashed potatoes. EVERYONE fell in love with this recipe including myself. Kudos to the person who created this fabulous recipe for pork. This is now a family favorite.

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NOM NOM October 02, 2015

I'm giving this 5 stars because it looks delicious. However, there needs to be a clarification as far as the glaze is concerned. Brushing raw chops with the glaze at the grill and then using that same glaze at the table is introducing a contamination, due to dipping your brush (whatever you use) into the glaze to brush the raw chops with. I would suggest halving the glaze, using half at the grill and the rest safely as the table, something the recipe wasn't clear about, but anything a cook-in-the-know would realize.

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Citruholic October 14, 2008

This is sooooo goood!!!! What else can I say I think that sums it up. I could not make with chops as they did not look very good today, so I bought pork fillet steak,s but who cares this is a wonderful glaze and a definite keeper. I got home from work later than expected so I cooked these under the grill rather than on the BBQ as I had planned. I do not think this affected this wonderful recipe at all, apart from not having the great grill marks on the steaks. For such a super quick recipe with an outstanding flavour I would recommend anyone trying. Another winner Linda

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The Flying Chef July 30, 2008
Apricot Glazed Pork Chops