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My wife and I LOVED this recipe! I grilled our bone-in pork chops and basted the glaze at the end. I also grilled them on a maple wood grilling plank that I had soaked in a left-over Chardonnay that I had in the fridge. The smoke from the plank and the glaze sent us into Pork Chop Heaven! I will definately grill these again!!
I loved these! I bought a couple big packs of boneless pork chops last week and I was looking for ways to make them into freezer meals. I put the pork chops and the glaze into the same bag and froze them. I took them out of the freezer last night and thawed them in the fridge. Tonight I baked them in the oven. They took a little longer to bake than I expected but they were nice thick chops. They tasted amazing! I can't wake to make then again. Thank you lazy me for the recipe!!
I made this tonight... what a hit! My husband LOVED it. I cannot believe how easy this was to prepare and how delicious it is. We had Thai curried rice and baby sweet peas as sides. The flavors of the pork and the rice complemented each other perfectly.
Mmmmm these turned out nice and moist with that sweet mapley (is that a work...lol) flavor on the ;pork. We loved them and next time I will serve them with sweet potatoes, it will be a match made in heaven! thank you for sharing with us.
Thank you for this! So easy, quick and delicious for weeknight grilling. Sometimes I add hickory chips for a smoky flavor. This is a recipe I will use again and again. The taste is amazing for the little effort involved. Others/guests have loved it as well. Thanks so much for posting this recipe.
my friend loved the sauce as i was making this.. he hasnt came back over yet to try the done deal though. i had mine over rice and put extra sauce over it... it was delicious
Yum! I opted to bake mine, but I seared the chops on both sides in a skillet before putting them in the oven. Also, I substituted grainy mustard for the prepared mustard, and we absolutely loved it. Thank you!
Excellent! I made it exactly as written except I put a lid on it during baking. It came out tender, moist, and DELICIOUS.
Tasty, though a little dry. Next time, I will try cooking it covered to see if it keeps the meat softer.
very easy weeknight meal and yummy. I didn't have any worcestershire sauce so I made the glaze without it. I browned the chops in olive oil with some onions and baked for about 25 min. everyone loved it .. thnx for sharing.