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Quick, great flavor and easy. Awesome recipe! We used pork cube steaks (which took a lot less time to brown/cook) and this recipe took roughly 15 minutes to prepare start to finish. Thank you!
My Family loved this, which lately is amazing! A definate keeper. I used all the juice and thickend a little with corn starch to use as a sauce for rice too.
This is definitely a great great pork & mandarin orange sauce recipe. Our family is a huge sauce fan so I included all the juice from the mandarin oranges and then thicken the sauce with water & cornstarch. I also doubled the cloves to give a good clove spice kick. Adding this recipe to the monthly dinner routine.
Very yummy. I had two large boneless pork steaks, so I cut each into 3 pieces; I didn't have the equivalent of 6 pork chops but I left the sauce ingredients as is. I don't know why I expected this to somehow turn into a glaze -- perhaps because of the brown sugar -- so I was a little disappointed when I discovered I had a relatively thin sauce. No worries though, I just thickened it up with a little water/cornstarch mixture and I had a lovely sauce that was delicious over rice. This was very easy to prepare and 45 minutes was perfect as the cooking time. The only thing I added was a good grinding of black pepper. Thanks for posting!
This was awesome!! I loved it. I cut the pork chops into strips, as you mentioned, and poured it over rice. The sauce has a unique flavor. I removed the lid of the pan the last 15 mins to let it thicken. I would serve this to guests! Yummy!