Excellent recipe! As others suggested, I doubled the sauce. I browned chops in olive oil in electric fry pan, added the sauce to the pan covered and simmered to chops reached 165 degrees. Near end of cooking time I added a pkg. of restaurant style mushrooms and thickened the sauce with corn starch. Good reason for calling them yum-yum.
I followed what others had done, and cooked the entire recipe on the stove. I also made 4x the sauce, and poked holes in my chops, and let it marinate. I browned the chops for about 3 minutes on each side, then added the marinade, brought it up to a simmer, and then lowered the temp. down to med low, and covered them. I turned the chops every 5 minutes for 20 minutes, then I took the chops out, and covered them for 5 minutes. I added a little cornstarch to the sauce to thicken it. These chops were moist and the sauce was awesome.
Very easy to make. I lined the casserole dish with greased aluminum foil; which made cleaning simple. Paired with asparagus asian style and wild rice. Thank you for posting!
We tried this recipe tonight, and it was awesome! It was a nice change & full of flavor. I did double the sauce as I read most people did as well. We have a really picker eater & she ate everything except for the bone!
Amazing! Sauce was excellent. Made on stove top. Seared boneless 1/2 inch pork chops then simmered in sauce for about 25-30 min until sauce thickened and reduced itself into a glaze-like texture. Definitely make double the amount of sauce. Even my pickiest eater was licking the plate, literally!
Just made this recipe - wonderful! Will make again. Thanks for sharing!
even pickiest kids eat it - make a little extra sauce.
I usually cook chicken, so my husband announced right before this meal, "not to be mean, but I really don't like pork, so you might not want to buy it next time." After the first bite he changed his tune! He wants me to make them again soon! I did follow Chef Steveo's suggestions and cooked them entirely on the stove. YUM!
Well, I had to try this after reading ALL the reviews. It was really good. I will make again.
OK, the name's a little dumb sounding, but it tells it like it is. I did make 4 times the sauce and marinated the chops for a few hours and then cooked for 20 minutes on the stovetop. I removed the porkchops and continued to cook the sauce, adding some cornstarch to thicken. Placed the chops back in long enough to regain some heat and served it over brown rice and it was indeed yummy! And leftovers two days later tasted even better. I'll definitely make these again.