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Really tasty! The Apricot mixture caramelizes nicely on the chop to give it a yumm-alicious crust. Used a frozen Asian veggie mix and chopped chives. Made for Potluck in Games.

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Caroline Cooks May 18, 2013

Looks beautiful, tastes amazing. I had unexpected guests for dinner and I thought they might lick their plates they liked it so much! I used sesame oil rather than vegetable oil and served it with rice rather than noodles.

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agleclare December 05, 2008

Oh my this was great. The only thing I would change would be to double the sauce to put in the noodles. The pork chops were done to perfection and the sauce was great.

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MsSally October 03, 2007

Wonderful, easy, fast recipe for pork chops! Very good directions. I used fast fry pork chops, done to perfection. I used fresh grated ginger. Next time I will use a bit more snow peas as they are our favorites. I used purchaced apricot preserves but now I have a fantastic recipe and will be making my own this year. Thanks Susie for another great recipe one that will go in the binder!

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Calee May 02, 2007

This is a great recipe. The glaze is so simple to make and very tasty and the cooking method ensures the chops are very tender and juicy. I think I will always cook pork chops this way from now on. I hope you didn't mind but I didn't serve with the noodles as the recipe suggested but instead served with broccoli, and potatoes. The extra sauce I heated up in the microwave and used as a sauce for the chops and potatoes. Definite keeper for us.

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Jewelies April 02, 2007
Apricot Teriyaki Pork Chops