The combination here looked so appealing I had to tr it but needed to make some changes to adapt it for city dwellers who rely on indoor grills which fare poorly with sweet sauces. (Oh the mess.) To do so I cooked the chops on the indoor grill and cooked for 3 minutes; while the chops were cooking I prepared the glaze as directed but in a large skillet cooking until it just began to bubble before reducing the heat a touch. The partially cooked chops were placed in the skillet and cooked for an additional 5 minutes turning frequently so both sides of the meat soaked the sauce which thickened into a sticky glaze. Served the chops with a little glaze on top. Really quite easy and well worth the two step effort. The result is the same wonderful flavor which was nicely balanced between sweet and peppery from the ginger and tang from hr vinegar. Thanks!
Made these delicious grilled pork chops tonight for dinner and they were a hit. The glaze was really tasty and easy to prepare. Served along with potatoes and a salad with Asian dressing.
Loved the glaze. The mixture of ginger, honey, soy sauce and rice vinegar was a wonderful combination. Had to cook indoors as it was in the 20's outside. Can't wait to try it again in the summer.
Absolutely wonderful! Great flavor in the glaze. Would also be great on chicken breasts. I also used my George Foreman since it is dead of winter, but looking forward to doing this on the outdoor grill next summer! I grilled them for about 5 minutes and then brushed with glaze (both sides) and closed the lid for about 2 more minutes. I think I will double the sauce next time so we have some for dipping :) Made for tag game at kittencalskitchen.com
Yum! DH and I both loved this! The only thing I changed was to use minced garlic instead of the crushed. Loved the glazed mixture on the pork. My chops were on the thin side so I grilled them on the George Foreman Grill. It worked great. Thanks for posting. :)
This was very good. I did not cook it on any kind of grill but instead broiled it in the oven. My family really liked that flavor of this sauce, so i will be using this one again!! Thanks for the recipe. (Just wanted to add that we did cook these on the grill for Superbowl Sunday and they were AWESOME!!!) We have cooked them a couple more times on the grill and they are just wonderful everytime.
My family and I loved this recipe, especially my two year old who ate a whole pork chop to himself! I used all the ingredients, but was short on the amount of vinegar, I only had about half the amount called for. But this may have worked out better for us anyways as we found it to be the perfect amount. Thanks for a great new family favorite!
I love fresh ginger, so I knew I was going to enjoy this dish. I was planning on making this on the grill, but due to thunderstorms, I had to cook them in my grill pan on the stove top. I loved the smell of the glaze as it was reducing. My whole house smelled like ginger. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe. Made for August, 2008 Aussie/NZ Swap.
yummy! First time I tried, it smells like burning in the saucepan. I let cool. When I came back, it was too thick like a fudge. I couldn't brush that on the pork chops. So I did it again but in the microwave. It didn't reduce. But I decided to put the pork chops in the liquid for a few minutes. And on the barbecue, my BF brusched the pork chops with the remaining liquid of honey-ginger. The taste was delicious. Even this way. Thanks Lauralie :)