I've made very few pork chops in my life and was worried about cooking the right. These turned out very well. I didn't have any chicken broth, so I just added about a 1/2 cup of water and the flavor was still good.
What flavor! With the first bite I thought it might be too much vinegar like some of the others. But it really was just right, DH even said he liked them. This was very easy to make. I used center cut pork chops with the bone-in which worked just fine. They browned nicely on each side at 4 minutes each, but I was a little concerned about the bone area still being to pink. After deglazing the pan and thickening the broth mixture up everything went into a casserole dish with a lid. Since DH was not going to be home for another hour. I turned the oven to 275 degrees and put the chop in to cook some more (because of my concern for the bone) and to stay warm. They came out very tender and were SOOOooo good! Thanks for a great recipe. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders 2006
This was good, we loved the balsamic vinegar sauce but not the apples. I think next time I'll leave them out and thicken the sauce with a bit of cornstarch. Thanks for posting!
I thought this was very good, but a tad strong on the vinegar. Next time I make it I will decrease the vinegar a little bit. It made a great sauce for the chops and unique flavor. A very nice alternative!
We loved this, it is very tasty. I did cut this in half because there are just two of us, and I browned the chops in olive oil, and added a little garlic, while they browned. This was really great, and a welcome change to the usual hum-drum pork chop meal. My recent passion is cooking with balsamic and this more than fit the bill, it will definatley be a keeper at our house.