This sauce was really terrific! For some reason, my pork chops came out kind of tough, but it's okay, I will be making this again and trying to get it right :) I did double the sauce and I could see how more would still be better. We served this over rice.
YUM YUM :) It gets a 4 from me and 5 from DH. Couldn't be easier and was vert tasty. Did it on the stove top. Thanks for sharing
IMHO, I don't think this recipe is all that special. I made it tonight as directed. The pork chops were tender but quite honestly I've tasted better! SORRY!
Great flavours and nice tender pork chops. I served with creamy mashed potatoes and stir fry vegetables. Delicious meal.
I'm proud to be the 347th reviewer for this fantastic recipe! I combined several ideas from previous reviewers to give this a 5+ star rating. First, I browned 4 bone-in chops under the broiler, then doubled the sauce using 4 cloves of freshly minced garlic instead of garlic salt. Then I cut slits in each chop to marinate for 4 hours. When ready to cook, I put all in a large frying pan on the stovetop and simmered for 45 minutes, turning the chops every 10 minutes. The sauce turned to a rich, thick glaze and the meat was tender and moist. Thanks Brad!
I loved the flavor of the sauce!! i should have taken the suggestion of most of the reviews and reduced the cooking time in the oven. they were a little dry, but with a reduced cooking time these will be a family favorite! also i didnt have chicken broth so i used a chicken bullion cube in 1/4 cup water. i know they will come out much better next time.
Family loved it even finicky DS. Had to make a couple of changes since we didn't have soy sauce or garlic salt so used tamari & garlic powder. Thanks for Yum-yum pork chops...This is definitely a keeper.
Very easy! I didn't have garlic salt like I thought so I used 1/16 each of seasoned salt and garlic powder. I had thin cut, bone-in chops so I baked for just 22 minutes after browning and they were done. Love the asian flavor, the ginger comes out a lot in these.
This was great. I made this with Arroz Blanco with hint of lime juice. Something tangy with sweet makes it a great dish. I also did what Chef Steveo suggested. Cooked on stove top and added corn starch to thicken the sauce. It was wonderful. Kids like this. It is a keeper.