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Oh my! This was soooo good! I too did it on the stovetop, removing the porkchops to thicken the sauce and I used a little more maple syrup. I will definitely make this again!
sorry, this did not go well in my house. We couldn't taste the maple syrup at all and there was not enough sauce for all the pork chops. Maybe try doubling the sauce and the maple syrup.
hubby wsnt too fond of the taste and it was slightly bland
These smell heavenly when cooking. I used a non-stick pan to brown the boneless pork loin chops and omitted the oil. After mixing the sauce ingredients together, I used the same pan that the chops had been browned in thus causing some evaporation. At the end of cooking, the sauce was beginning to caramelize. After removing the chops to a serving plate, I swirled some water in the pan and poured over the chops. A delicious meal served with Sauteed Carrots and Skillet Okra and Rice.
This was tasty! I changed the technique a bit though. I did it completely on the stovetop. I browned the chops while, in a sauce pot, I simmered the sauce ingredients. I then poured the sauce in the chops skillet and cooked it all together for about 10 min. which is how ong it took for the chops to be done. I made a slurry of about 1/3 cup of cold water and added the flour to it and mixed it up well. I took the chops out of the pan, added the slurry to the pan to thicken the sauce. After it was thickened, I put the chops back in and served them with spoonfuls of sauce over top. The sauce was sweet to start but then had a little bite at the end. Good stuff!