everyone loved! Even the boy whol just told me that he hated pork chops! thanks for a wonderful family supper Kittencal! Really yummy! Marinaded for a little more than 12 hours. May half pepper next time. Used heaping tablespoons of garlic and brown sugar. Used low sodium soy sauce and may slightly reduce worcestershire next time as well. Next time I plan on making a reduction sauce with the marinade. Will be using for a go to pork chop recipe.
Delicious!! Marinated over night and made in broiler, about 12 minutes. Perfect combination of flavors.
Good marinade for pork chops.I did not have bourbon and made the substitution suggested and marinated them overnight.Thanks Kittencal for the recipe
Best recipe for marinated pork chops I've tried. Use it weekly. FANTASTIC.
Oh, what a meal! I made these for dinner tonight & they were fabulous. Only got to marinate for a half hour, so can imagine how spectacular they would have been after 12 hours. The only change I made was to use a little less garlic. Will certainly be making these again soon. Made for ZWT5 by a Hell's Kitchen Angel.
This was extremely good. I would say excellent but it was very salty. Reminds me of burbon chicken. The smell of the marinade, alone, drove us crazy. The only changes I made were: I used boneless pork tenderloin instead of chops, I didn't salt it, I used 1/2 tsp. of black pepper instead of 2 tbsp. (sounded like too much) and I roasted it in the oven in the marinade (because I was afraid it would dry out otherwise). I turned it over about every 30 minutes because it was, indeed, drying out. I will definitly be making this again but I plan to cut the soy to 1/2 c. Thanks for sharing!!
We made this and thought the fresh ginger was that extra special something that made these great. Thanks, for posting.
OMG we loved these. Granted, we marinated them for 2 days! LOL honestly, any more than 2 days and it probably would have been too potent. We even made chicken with the marinade the next night! Very very good. Kudos Kittencal!
Another Kittencal winner. Changed servings to 4 chops and used one tenderloin. Marinated 22 hours, turning throughout the day. Didn't add the extra salt. Used ginger powder. Grilled 15 minures per side on a 400 degree gas grill. Served with Chilean Cilantro Salsa (Pebre), grilled corn and asparagus. Excellent!