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Nice twist to boring old pork chops. I used dried bing cherries. I added a little more than called for. I would be sure and saute the onions until VERY tender so that they incorporate into the sauce well. I added some cornstarch slurry to thicken it up every so slightly. It wasn't the prettiest sauce I have ever seen but it's visual appeal does not detract from it's wonderful flavor at all.

5/27/11 - Made them again. I added a little quick-mixing flour to the onions, prior to adding the chicken broth. I cooked the onions for about five minutes and chopped most of the cherries up into a small dice. Much more visually appealing and thickened up on it's own. Still REALLY yummy.

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AQueen May 27, 2011

This was FABULOUS!! I made it with thawed frozen cherries and that's the only change I made. I used just a tiny bit of red pepper to suit my own taste. What a great way to make the same old boring loin chops taste really good and still keep the calories low. THANKS!

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Granmama March 17, 2008

Very pretty presentation; elegant enough for guests. The balsamic vinegar, marmalade, and cherries melded into a lovely, well-balanced sauce. It was simple to make. I did feel the sauce needed some thickening, however. After removing the pork chops when step 3 was completed, I mixed a scant 2 tsps. corn starch into 1 Tbs. chicken broth and simmered for 2 minutes. Perfect sauce.

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dipper January 19, 2008
Pork Chops With Cherry Sauce