I mixed the soy sauce, honey, and ketchup together and marniated the pork chops overnight. I cooked them on the grill and they were delicious. These are so easy that I will be making these frequently.
This is such a quick way to prepare chops, and is really delicious! I added a little bit of garlic powder to the sauce, and when I poured the sauce around the chops, I also mounded some extra on the top of each chop -- it became nice and thick and gave some extra taste of the great sauce to each pork chop. Thanks for this super-quick and tasty recipe.
Quick and Easy.
These were very quick and easy to make. The sauce wasn't as thick as I thought it would be, but the flavor was good. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Game.
Delicious! I only made one bone-in pork chop just for me, and loved the sauce on it. Very easy and tasty. Thanks Parsley.
I had 4 pork loin chops (bone in with fat) weighing just over a kilo (2.2 lb), cooked at 175 degree celsius in a fan forced oven for 40 minutes covered and 7 minutes uncovered and they were perfection, lovely and moist with a sweet and salty taste. Spooned some of the juices over the chops and next time I would like to pour the juices off into a small (pot) saucepan and add a tablespoon of corn flour (cornstarch) mixed with some water and heat through to thicken and serve (we love thick sauces). Thank you for a quick easy and delicious recipe *Parsley*.
Made these for my husband tonight-couldn't have been easier! Came out moist & tasty. thanks for sharing!
Very quick and easy to throw together (I have an 8 month old so quick and easy is a must!), but besides being quick and easy it was very delicious. This recipe is definitely going into our regular dinner menu rotation.
These chops were delicious! I did use bone-in chops instead so let them cook a little longer like 10 minutes more. But the sauce was awesome! I tasted it and doubled it for the chops. Thanks so much Parsley