I agree - lovely! My vote is for green beans and mashed potatoes on the side...
This is a lovely recipe and a great way to use up leftover cranberry sauce, or in my case, cranberry chutney. Next though, I will not make as much sauce. My husband is not a big sauce lover and left most of his on the side of the plate. We had it with fried potatoes. I will certainly make this again!
Really liked this recipe and the tastes. I made this as a request from me for leftover cranberry sauce. WHO KNEW?! I did sub in bonless chicken breasts for chops as that is what I had on hand. Adjusted cooking times for the chicken a few extra minutes. Very good sauce on chicken and what aroma. Not too sweet and DH thought it was thumbs up! Thank you again.
Wonderful and quick to fix! Picky DH and the picky kids all enjoyed this one. In the freezer I had leftover cranberry/apricot sauce Spirited Cranberry Apricot Sauce which is not overly sweet and worked quite well. Also used half olive oil and half butter since my chops were thick and I was afraid the butter would burn in the amount of time they would take to cook. Served with garlic mashed potatoes and brussels sprouts for a lovely weekday meal that would also be company worthy. Thanks, Kittencal!
What can I say but absolutely just wonderful, this has to be the easiest and flavorful pork chop recipe around, I didn't have any real wine so I used white cooking wine (no alcohol) and it still was really wonderul, Kitty my friend you have the best recipes on the net! thank you for this simple and delicious recipe, we all really loved it, I made 7 boneless pork chops and I doubled everything else and used yellow onions instead of shallots YUMMMMMMMMMMM!
Savory flavor and easy to make. My older son liked it but my younger guy likes a sweeter sauce. I used whole berry cranberry sauce and dried thyme. Thanks for a nice, sophisticated recipe!