I was looking for a recipe with lots of flavors & this one was perrfect! Delicious all the way around. I served this with egg noodles that I tossed with olive oil and parmesian cheese...soooo good!!. I will deffinately make this again and again.
I found it to be quite bland. I followed the directions and used fresh thyme, so i am not sure what happened... won't make again,
Very good - lots of flavour, a bit of a bite from the lemon. I had thick cut chops so I cooked in the sauce about 10 minutes to make sure they were cooked - and they came out nice & moist. My sauce didn't end up as nice a colour as in the pictures but it made up for it with taste.
I used boneless pork loin chops, they were quite thick, but turned out just lovely. Very flavourful!! I was only able to marinate for about an hour and a half and had touse dried thyme, my garden thyme is not up yet. DH loved the sauce. Thanks for posting.
I've made this dish three times. The complex interaction between the thyme, garlic, and lemon flavors is something I expect to find in a fine restaurant. Excellent! Cooking tips (from my own experience): marinate at least 6 hours and use thin cut chops (do not substitute with regular or thick cut) to develop full flavor.