These were some wonderful pork chops. The only changes I made were to use shaoshing wine instead of sherry vinegar & left out the green onion. My pork chops were kinda small, so I only needed half the marinade. Saved the other half & added it at the end of stirfrying some vegies. Great meal. Thanks for sharing this keeper.
I`ve made this recipe three times in the past couple of weeks,and have to say it is another one of your many, many fantastic recipes.First time i made it with pork chops, then chicken wings, which hubby was going bonkers over.I think he was a little upset when they were all gone.Third time, I brined chicken legs with thighs for a couple hours.Then rinsed them well, dried and placed chicken in a pan and brushed all over to marinate.Then put in fridge for a couple of hours.Put oven on to heat at 425, and removed chicken from fridge to come to room temp. Baked, covered lightly for 30 minutes,reduced the heat to 400 then drained the juices from the pan, basted with the sauce and back into the oven uncovered for 15 minutes, to brown( I sauced them twice in this 15 minutes) Took them from the oven, covered lightly, to rest, while I stir fried some gai lan,along with onion,celery, mixed bell peppers,bok choy,and a few snow peas,broth, oyster sauce and sesame oil,and served with steamed basmati rice. This was a most delicious enjoyable meal.Directions were easy to follow and the only thing I didnt do was to add the tobasco sauce, because my other half doesnt care for too much "heat". Next time I make this, which will be soon,( I may try a bit of this sauce with some pan fried prawns) I`ll use a half tsp. of tobasco and slowly work it up to the tsp. Maybe he wont notice it then..lol Thank you so much for this keeper recipe. By the way, we buy our oyster sauce and hoisin sauce in the large tins, then put into containers,because we use so much of it. Now with finding this recipe I can see me buying two tins at a time.Thank so much for this recipe.We love it. #199947
This was sensational! I used pork spare ribs along with some lamb chops and cooked over a BBQ grill. I didn't have any black bean chili sauce so substituted a mixture of black bean paste, chili sauce and chili flakes. Rather than refrigerate the left-over marinade I marinated extra meat and placed it in food saver bags.
I was just sitting down to post this very recipe. I first had these wonderful pork chops at Mustard's Grill in Napa. Then I found their cookbook and have been making them at home. They are soooo good. Thanks for posting!
Another winner MarieAlice!! I used pork spare ribs (chinese style), cut into thirds, as that is what I had.I made the marinade to the directions except I used dry sherry instead of the sherry wine vinegar. Marinated for about four hours and then I just bunged them in a baking dish (marinade and all)and put them in the oven (180C) for about 45 minutes, turning a couple of times during cooking. When the weather warms up I will try them on the bbq.Served as part of an asian meal with nasi goreng and korean steak. Delicious!!!