5 Reviews

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.

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ginaaaaaa June 01, 2008

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,

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WonderMima January 27, 2008

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.

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Debbb April 24, 2007

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.

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Derf March 11, 2007

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.

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calamari July 16, 2005
Pork Loin Cutlets With Lemon-Thyme Sauce