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These were okay. I made them as an OAMC recipe and cooked them for dinner tonight. I didn't dislike them but probably wont make them again. I think the paprika was just a little overpowering. That's really all I could taste.
We also did this as an OAMC recipe - just seasoned them and froze them in a ziplock bag. I took them out the night before and cooked them on our indoor grill. Looking at them I was a little afraid they would be too spicy, but they weren't. Just a little heat with great flavor. Served this with mashed potatoes, peas, and a salad. Yum!
Did this as an OAMC recipe. Super easy, flavorful, and made for a fast dinner. Thanks!
I too seasoned these in a freezer bag and then threw them in the freezer. I overcooked them as I forgot to set the timer but they still tasted good and even my kids liked them (I was worried they wouldn't eat them because of all the spice). I served them with twice baked potatoes and baby carrots. Will definitely make these again paying more attention to the time.
We loved these, as soon as I catch the pork chops on sale I am freezing them for the grill ( as pamela suggested). I made as directed except I blew the low carb idea by serving them on a bun as a sandwich, my DH loved it, wants me to pack them for his lunch. Thanks for a geat recipe.
Made this in a larger quantity put it in a empty spice jar and shook it on. I have tried it on pork and chicken and my family loves it and it works well in OAMC freezer meals for either pork or chicken.
mm, easy and delicious! I didn't change anything. Thanks!
These were great chops and so flavourful! I modified the recipe slightly to use them in my Once a Month cooking blitz. I seasoned the chops in a ziploc bag and then froze them. Last night I took them out and let them thaw in the fridge. For supper we threw these on the grill and they were fabulous! Thanks for posting this and i plan to add it to my public OAMC-pork (tried and true) cookbook.
these were great. i added some tony cachere's cajun seasoning to add a little more spice. they were too hot for my 4 yr old but my husband and i both loved them!! thanks for the recipe