8 Reviews

Absolutely the best tasting pork chops for the few items needed to make this recipe. I had picky eaters over and even they had seconds! I had run out of steam when making these so, I just browned my chops and threw them in my pressure cooker which killed the sauce but, the chops got all the flavor. I will be making these again but, I plan to bake them. Definitely going to be a regular dinner in my house... Thanks!

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MissHeather September 21, 2011

This is hands down one of the best pork dishes that I have ever had in my life! The sauce was sweet and tangy and the chops really absorbed it. I was in a hurry so I cooked it over Medium heat and the chops dried out a little. Next time I will make sure that I have enough time to slow cook it and really get the full effect of this recipe. I'm so glad you posted this recipe and you are still greatly missed.

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PSU Lioness May 24, 2011

This was very tasty. Hubby wants pineapple chunks added in next time.

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Hotcooking_21 July 26, 2009

Very, very good Pork Chops. I love the flavor of this recipe. I cooked for about 1-1/2 - 2 hours on a very low simmer on the top of the stove and the chops turned out so tender and flavorful. Served with Mexican Style Cheesy Potatoes and Mexican Baked Beans and it made a great Mexican meal.

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True Texas May 05, 2008

This was delicious. I'm diabetic also, so I used a Splenda substitute that says to use only half of the brown sugar measurement. I think I used a little more I used chili sauce, and bottled lemon juice. I decided to bake it, so I put the 2 chops in the dish with the onion, and covered it with the entire amount of sauce. I baked it on 275 for almost 2 hours (slow). It was VERY very moist, and quite delicious. I would assume this would also work for a few hours in a crockpot. BTW, since I didn't saute them in a pan, I omitted the oil. This will absolutely be a regular with me. The recipe description says "chicken", but the list of ingredients say "chops", so I opted for chopcs.

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~Bliss~ August 04, 2007

An excellent dish with a nice blend of sweet and sour. I used a homemade cocktail sauce that included lime. In due course, I will post that recipe as 'Cocktail Sauce for Amy'. Garnished this with parsley for a pretty finish.

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Leggy Peggy May 30, 2007

The sauce is phenomenal and the pork chops come out so nice and tender. I will most definitely be making this again!

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Irmgard May 25, 2007

I followed the recipe as written,except it took a little longer to get the chops as tender as we like them.And the sauce didn't get quite as thick as I thought it should.But even with those two little problems the chops were really good and the sauce over potatoes was great."Keep Smiling:)" Amy.(R.I.P.:( )

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Chef shapeweaver � May 23, 2007
Pork Chops Monterey