Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins
This is an often-requested recipe in my home. The flavorful sauce tastes like you spent hours working on it, but it is one of the simplest dinner recipes that I prepare. I first came across the recipe in a Publix advertisement, but have tweaked it slightly.
- Combine brown sugar, garlic, and Montreal steak seasoning. Divide mixture amongst the pork loin chops and press on both sides of each chop to season.
- Place 1 tbsp of the butter in a saute' pan and melt on medium heat. After butter is melted, put chops in pan and brown slowly on both sides. Remove meat from heat.
- Add remaining 1 tbsp of butter to pan and let melt. Mix with remaining garlic and brown sugar bits left from browning meat. Add wine. Bring to a boil and let simmer down to make a nice glaze. You can add meat back and keep spooning liquid mixture over meat or leave meat out of the pan and pour finished glaze over to serve.
- * This can easily be doubled. I use 2 tbsp of butter to brown the chops, but only 1 tbsp of butter to make sauce.
This one was a winner, even with my incredibly picky 7 year old. I doubled the recipe and cooked it in my cast iron skillet. I think I kept the heat up too high, as I ended up with a bunch of burnt up brown sugar in the center of the pan. I didn't scrape up the center to make the sauce, and it came out great.