Inez, this was so good, and so easy to prepare. A good name. I made your dish exactly as you wrote it, but I only had a can of pineapple, so I used the juice from it and threw the pineapple in with the onions. Great, and looked so nice. Thanks. A keeper for my T&T book.
I can't cook pork to save my life. This recipe was extremely easy to make. I used the exact ingredents and I don't think I will change anything. I think next time I make it though I will try as what one as the reviewers had done and add pineapple pieces with the onions.
Hands down the best pork chops I have ever made! Very tender and juicy. I loved the flavor of the pineapple juice with the chops. This will be a staple in my kitchen....thank you!
Very easy recipe. I followed the trend to add some of the pineapple, and couldn't resist putting in a bay leaf or two for the simmering step, but otherwise stuck to the recipe. It was delicious served up with some rice and fresh broccoli and an Australian Shiraz.
Great recipe! My husband loved it. I used pineapple rings and it looked showy. Might try it for company next time. Christine.
wow! These were awesome!!!! I left out the onion and it was really good and easy to make.Great amount of sweetness. My family LOVED them! Thanks for the great recipe.
Fantastic, sauce - one of the best I've ever had. When the chops were done, I removed them, reduced the sauce slightly, made a cornstarch solution (using 1 Tbl. cornstarch) thickened the sauce slightly and served it over the cops. I'm anxious to try the sauce on chicken.
Delicious, tender juicy pork chops! I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked these. We didn't really end up using much of the sauce but they flavored the chops nicely. I made a half recipe, served with potatoes and green beans. Great for a quick(ish) supper. I did simmer for a while longer than stated. Made for Zaar Cookbook tag game.
This was good! I had to use white vinegar instead because I was out of cider vinegar.
I simmered it a little longer than called for as the side dishes took longer.
I marinaded the pork chops in Goya bitter orange marinade. Went well with the recipe!
This was good, but the chops themselves were dry unless you poured the sauce over the pieces. I did use canned juice and added some brown sugar to the mix. I think this would be great as a thickened sauce. May try that next time.