I didn't have any rosemary so I threw in some chilli flakes and a bit of extra soy instead. It turned out great. I don't always enjoy pork pork but I liked it this way and my partner loved it. I'll definitely make it again - looking forward to trying it with the rosemary. Thanks.
I don't know what the other reviewers did that I didn't do, but I thought this recipe was awful. The pork chop cooking time was too long. Dry and hard. The Balsamic and soy just didn't taste good with pork. Perhaps I used too high of a quality of Balsamic vinegar. It pretty much caramelized, and that was not a good thing. I haven't run into such a failure recipe in a long time. Sorry to be so negative.
Easy and very tasty! Thanks :)
OMG this was so easy and so good. I adjusted the ingredients for six servings and used a rosemary infused balsamic vinegar instead of the dried rosemary because the infused vinegar was cheaper than buying a container of dried rosemary and the balsamic separately. It worked like a charm. Made it for my boyfriend's family and we all gave it rave reviews!
Very nice! Flavorful, with the balsamic vinegar giving the pork chops all the more reason to try the "other white meat." Thank you, Nana Lee, I was wondering what to do with my bottle of balsamic vinegar. This recipe is a keeper!
Very Very good! Definitively a keeper. I added a slice of mozzarella between the meat and the mushroom. Gave it a nice kick.
This was good, I'd absolutely make this again. I think it was the rosemary that took the dish to the 4 star level. I used a low sodium soy sauce and and olive oil based butter. Thanks Nana lee.