Great recipe! I was a little pressed for time, so instead of baking the pork chops, I grilled them instead. I marinated them about 8 hours. No "sauce" is left when you grill them, but the chops came out juicy and tasty anyway...
Thank you Dorothy. I really enjoyed this recipe - it's a keeper. I cut the recipe back for one serving and no problem. Didn't have Apple cider vinegar so used Tarragon vinegar and I chopped the Shallots, marinated the chop for about 2 hours. MMMmmmmmm
Wonderful! First time I've ever used shallots. I followed ingredients exactly but doubled the whole recipe to feed 8. I only used one 10X15 glass dish so my cooking time was a little longer. That was probably because there were like 3 porkchops on top of the rest. I'll definetely make this over and over. Another small thing I did different was to use large ziplock for marination. Thanks for posting.
Dorothy, this is a great recipe, quick easy and tasty, but I wish I had the ketchup instead of the chilli sauce (or half and half of each) as it was just a bit hot for the rest of the family. I will try it with ketchup and review it again at a later date.
I made these the other night and they were very good. It was nice and easy since I put the pork chops in a ziploc bag marinated all day came home from work and popped them in the oven. This was very easy. Thanks ! also I might try this on chicken next time too! :)
This was very good. I loved the BBQ sauce and will use it on other things too.
This was great! We had it last night and everyone loved the pork chops (we used boneless). We had it with coleslaw and jell-o---it was great the whole dinner was things I could early in the day!
A nice change to boneless pork chops. Thought of adding fresh mushrooms the next time. Very easy to prepare. Ingredients were very available, nothing too "exotic".
My review will be the opposite of JanS---I used the ketchup and wish I had used the chili sauce because the spicier the better for us. This is a deliciously easy recipe and I plan to make it again, this time using the chili sauce. By the way, I had 8 center cut, boneless chops and there was plenty of sauce.
Absolutely delicious!! I scaled the recipe to 2 chops (bone-in), used 2 small garlic cloves & a large chopped shallot - marinated for the full 8 hours. If no shallots on hand, I would chop some red onion. My husband thinks the sauce will be great on "those little meat balls" that I make. Thanx Dorothy!