This was a easy dish to make and it was easily 5 stars. We doubled the cooking time because the meat was pretty thick. the sauce was delightful, however I will make it a little thicker next time. I consider this recipe a real find and thanks to the chef for the recipe. BRAVO
Super! I love that it's so fast to put together, and it is tasty too! I doubled the sauce recipe (except the spices as I tend to like less herbs), used frozen chopped onion b/c I was in a hurry, added the paprika to the sauce because I didn't read ahead. All was well! I agree with others that the chops can be made first, then set aside to reduce the # of pans to wash. Thanks!
This is a great recipe, I have made this several times, I double the recipe. I also use the same pan to cook my pork chops in and then just set them aside to finish the dish, I used thicker chops so I also allow more time to cook in the sauce under a low flame. I serve this over some angel hair pasta. Very Very Tasty, Thanks for sharing!
Pork chops are a favorite of DH's. These are very yummy. I saved myself a pan by searing the chops, plating them while getting the sauce together and then returning them to the pan. I added a touch of tomato paste for a richer sauce. The chops were done and tender in the time frame specified. This was served on top of spaghetti squash for a lower carb meal.
What a treat this was for our family last night -- the pork turned out so tender from braising in the tomato sauce at the end! I doubled the sauce, adding a little tomato puree and boiling it down a few minutes to make it thicker, and served it over some ditalini as well as the pork chops. This is one of the best sauces I've had in a long time; not too sweet and not too spicy. I think the addition of the wine and chicken stock is what made it so deliciously different. And my son said, "Mom, I like this soft pork." Too many times pork chops can turn out rather dry and he doesn't want to eat it, so he really enjoyed these moist chops. Thanks for sharing this great recipe, Jan.