This recipe covered 8 pork chops...It was so good! The flavor was excellent, and the meat was so tender! I had two whole ones myself, and everyone agreed that it was very good. It was in the oven for about an hour and 45 minutes. With the extra sauce, I added some corn starch to thicken it up and served it as a gravy for those who wanted it. Anyways, this was a great way to have pork chops (so simple too!) We will be having this again! Thanks for sharing!
This was very easy to assemble and the sauce was very tasty. My pork was not the best but the sauce made up for it and I served it with rice. My husband really enjoyed the sauce over the rice.
Yummy and easy. Hubby said "Make this again"! The sauce was very good served over wild rice and kept the chops very moist.
Very tasty! I did make a few additions:1 tsp worchestersire sauce and a slice of onion on every chop. Will be making often.
Enjoyed this recipe a lot. Thanks for sharing!
This is truly a great recipe. I highly recommend the addition of worchestire sauce. I didn't find anyone ingredient overpowering another and that is always a pleasant surprise.
Yummy! After reading other reviews, tweaked the recipe a bit. Added garlic powder, cinnamon, worchestershire sauce, tabasco, and liquid smoke in marginal amounts. Increased liquids in sauce to almost double (we like sauce!). Also finely sliced 1 apple and 1 medium onion, placed on top of chops, then added sauce over all before baking. I used a 9x13 baking dish for 4 chops - this is also part of the reason for increasing the sauce, didn't want the chops to dry out. Will make again for sure! Thanks!
tastes great, super easy. I do all the prep work and freeze... great for omac.
I kept to the original recipe and did notice the sauce was a little watery after 1 1/2 hour, I raised the heat to 375* to speed up the cooking time. Added sliced raw onions before baking, little cinnamon, hot sauce, worcestershire and tab bit more brown sugar. After cooking for 1 1/2 hour, removed pork chops from sauce and added thickening flour and lemon juice to the sauce. Cranked up the stove to 425* to boil and thicken. Turned out great!