Total Time
45mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 25 mins

Found this on one of my favorite food blog websites (culinary in the desert). It was originally adapted from CL. I could not find sage honey, so I used clover honey instead.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Combine first six ingredients in a small bowl.
  2. Use half of that mixture to marinate the pork roast (I used a ziplock bag) for at least a couple of hours.
  3. Sear on all sides in an oven-proof skillet.
  4. Bake at 400% for 20-25 minutes. Use a meat thermometer to make sure it has reached a safe temperature.
  5. Drizzle remaining hoisin mixture on meat.
  6. Garnish with sesame seeds.

Reviews

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Tasty & easy pork chop recipe! I used bone in chops, but otherwise followed the recipe. The glaze is teriyaki like in flavor. I served with spicy sweet potato fries and a green salad. Thank you for sharing the recipe! Discovered during Spring 2012 Pick A Chef.

Susie D April 17, 2012

Yummy!!!! We loved this great pork recipe! I made this using 2 pork loin butterflied boneless pork chops. I made the marinade during the day and added the chops and planned to make it that night, but then DH got home very late and I was going out of town the next morning, so I froze the chops in the marinade. Last night we had them with rice pilaf and a salad for a wonderful meal. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. Made for PAC Spring 2012.

diner524 April 08, 2012

Oh Wow! this was very good. I used a cheaper cut (boneless pork sirloin) and used my wok. After stir frying the meat, added the entire marinade. Used the green onion as garnish at the end. This would make a terrific "dump" recipe (this is a compliment, really!) The sauce was glossy and thick (stuck to the meat pieces) and sweet. A gingery/teriaki kind of taste. We will be having this regularly. Thanks again!

northernmom June 27, 2006

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