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I really enjoy honey-mustard sauce, and while looking for pork chop recipes, this quick one caught my eye. Had it for dinner last night, it was excellent and very easy to make. I reduced the wine more than the recommended 3 minutes as I didn't want it overpower the honey mustard combination. Great recipe, thank you Dorothy!
5 picky eater stars for this one. I made it for Mother's Day and it was wonderful. Even the kids ate it without complaining. It was just fine as leftovers the next night as well. I wonder what would happen if you threw in a pinch or two of ground clove for a little additional interest?
Made this for dinner last weekend. So easy and delicious. Will definitely make this again. Everyone in the family loved it. Thanks for posting this.
This was ok. The sauce was nice- like a sweet and sour. While I was cooking it, I wondered how the heck the sauce would thicken on its own. So I dumped it in the blender with a tablespoon of cornstarch. Then I put it back in the pan. It thickened up nicely. Also, the chops were bland. I did put some garlic in with the oil and sprinkled the chops with garlic poweder. I think next time I would marinate the chops a day ahead for extra flavor. Oh, by the way, this makes lots of sauce. I would make mashed potatoes, noodles, or rice with this.
AMAZING! So flavorful, and the glaze they are in was great! Make sure you cook them over a medium low heat so you don't cook them too quickly, as the sauce takes a while to thicken. My hubby loved them and he only eats mashed potatoes and steak!
I really liked the glaze type sauce this produced. I cut everything in half and it was perfect for two. A great easy and fast dish. Thanks again Dorothy.
These were very good! I did cut the amount of wine in half and it tasted great. The sauce thickened up really nicely, too. Will make again! Thanks. Update: I used chicken instead of pork and tasted great, too!!
This dish came out better than I had expected. I only used 1 cup of white wine. I added a bit of garlic powder and a bit of onion powder to enhance the flavor. I served the pork chops and sauce over spaetzle. I will be making this again.
Very easy and delicious!
I did this totally different. I didn't want to have another burner on the stove going, so I didn't cook then at all on the stovetop. I put them directly into a baking dish; skipped the olive oil; combined the rest. I cooked it (I believe) on about 350 for close to an hour. It would probably have been better had I cooked the sauce a tad first and then added it to the chops, but it was still delicious. I'll make this again (my way), but the next time, I'll let the sauce cook down slightly, thicken and have a stronger flavor. Thanks, Derf, for a new, delicious chop recipe.