6 Reviews

Really great flavor! I think I overcooked my chops a bit, 10 min was too long for butterfly chops. I didn't have pineapple juice so I used orange, and added some more cornstarch to thicken. I also added just a little Dijon mustard to the sauce. Really fantastic combination of flavors, thank you!

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lvt96 June 21, 2010

My chops were quite thick but turned out a little dry. Maybe my fault. Had to use OJ as I did not have pineapple. Will try again tho. The sauce was good

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Jockey August 08, 2006

Excellent recipe! As with most recipes I made a few adjustments here and there (probably because I like to think I'm far more of a chef than I am!) like using OJ instead of pineapple juice (which I didnt have). Overall, a great recipe that was easy and tasted great over a little bowtie pasta.

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Chef House May 30, 2006

This has a nice blend of flavors, but I found that I needed to add salt to the sauce to help balance it.

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Scott1265 February 11, 2006

Awesome flavour ! It was a 5 person hit with some very picky appetites. I followed the recipe exactly, it was quick, easy and OH so tender. I'd agree with ladypit and use a bit less oil for browning and probably add a bit more cornstarch next time to make a bit thicker sauce. Will definitely be making this one again and plan to try and adapt it for a crock pot roast. Thanks!

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fudley February 07, 2006

Last night I had a package of 6 pork chops defrosted, it was 5 pm, and I had no idea what to do with them. Most recipes I have for them include baking and take 1-1.5 hours (time I didn't have). I came across this one and knew it was what I wanted! Easy and quick but full of flavor. I drained a can of crushed pineapple and used that as the juice. Next time I'll only use 1 tbsp. oil (personal preference) but otherwise I'd leave it the same. Yum. Thanks!

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ladypit February 01, 2006
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