Coke and ketchup teamed together to make a tasty sauce for pork chops! Great served over mashed potatoes or buttered noodles. Another simple and quick recipe from Busy Womans Cookbook.
- Brown both sides of chops in oil in skillet with onion.
- Mix ketchup and coke together and pour over chops.
- Cook on low about 35 minutes until tender.
I have to admit, I was unsure about the combination of ketchup and cola, but the reviews were so good I decided to try it. It was too hot to cook on the stove, so I baked the boneless chops at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes. I followed the recipe exactly, but I used Coke Zero instead of regular Coke b/c the store was out of regular. I also added about 1 tsp of cayenne pepper to the sauce to give it a little kick. I poured the onions on top of the pork and then added the sauce and baked it all together. The sauce was thick when I put it on, but the juice from the pork watered it down a bit, but we just spooned it on top when we served it. I was surprised how tasty such a simple sauce could be, both my husband and I enjoyed this alot. Thanks for sharing, we will definitely make this again.
YUM! We have 2 very picky eaters and they couldn't get enough! Of course, having them watch me pour Coca-Cola into the wok helped a lot. :D Also, I found that bone-in chops won't come out dry... tastier, too! Thanks for the recipe!
Lovely chop. I scaled back on the sauce amounts, since there were only 3 of us. I don't have much success with cooking pork on the stove top, so baked them in the oven. Came out nice and moist and tender. :)