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10 minutes was a bit too long. The chops dried out a little to much. Great flavor though.

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molly pruitt February 28, 2003

i love this recipe. i have made it several times. its so quick and easy...and i usually have all of the ingredients on-hand! one time i was lacking the grey poupon, so i substituted gouldens...it came out great just the same!

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rileyk2 September 15, 2003

Very tasty, and easy to make. Bottom of chops burned slightly in the first 10 min cooking period though. 8 mins per side would probably have worked better for us.

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Mom_x3 February 15, 2003

My guest enjoyed your chop recipe on Super Bowl Sunday. The cranberry juice cuts down the taste of the Dijon mustard to give the chop just a hint of the Dijon. This was very easy to put together. I let the chops marinate for five hours. Thanks for posting this winning recipe!

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Charlotte J January 28, 2003

Very good! We used "light" cranberry juice to cut a few calories. We cooked them for the full 10-minutes and they were fine, but we used butterflied pork chops, rather than the bone-in type... so they were probably thicker than the ones others are using who are commenting that 10 minutes was too long and made them dry. Ours weren't dry at all! They were great!

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Paris D February 19, 2009

It was delicious! I didn't have regular cranberry juice so I used cranberry-peach and thought it was yummy! Thanks for the recipe!

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Oolala April 06, 2005
Easy Cranberry Mustard Pork Chops