This is a delightful way to change up the boring old pork chop! Super easy recipe, and great taste. Even my picky teenager liked this! Thx 2Bleu, I will definitely make this again.
I've made this recipe several times now with both pork chops and steak. It is a HUGE hit! My DH requests it frequently. Thanks for posting this!
I added to this recipe a bit by quartering and peeling some Russet potatoes and I also don't have an ovenproof pan. So I made up the seasoning for the carrots and chops as directed and let the chops sit to soak up the rub. I also made up an extra batch of the same spices for the chops in another bowl and added 1 1/2 tsp of olive oil and tossed the potatoes in that. Then I roasted the potatoes in the oven at 425 while the pork was resting. I only had baby carrots so I sliced 20 baby carrots lengthwise. I didn't have a fresh orange so used 3 tbsp of orange juice, which worked great. I followed the rest of the recipe as directed. Bf was really impressed by the potatoes and carrots and said the pork was pretty good, as well, but he liked the potatoes and carrots better. The orange flavor was nice on the carrots and so was the seasoning. I really loved the seasoning on the pork, as well as the potatoes. Although the potatoes aren't part of this recipe, I think they make a nice addition. The pork chops were very tender and flavorful, too. I used a tsp of veg oil for the chops, 1/2 tsp of olive oil on the carrots. Made for Please Review My Recipe tag game. Thanks for sharing 2Bleu!
The original recipe called for way to much seasoning and to much oil. I revised this recipe using only a fraction of what was called for and let 2Bleu know the changes I made. The chops were tender, tasty and delicious. The carrots made a nice addition. This was served with fresh sliced tomatoes and Lime Barley.