4 Reviews

Great flavor, juicy chop. I cut the recipe in half and did not get the splenda quite right so I added an ounce of Madiera and perfect, got a nice stick to the chop glaze. I served the chope with Tomatoe Mushroon green beans, plain steamed cauliflower and 4 cheese ravioli (only 5 ravioli) Excellent dinner Dorothy thanks! Added comments - made these again loved them as much as the first time - this time Iseved them with Braised Fennel, steamed carrots & boil ed Potatoes I mashed the potatoes with my fork and poured the sauce from the chops over them The pictue does not do them justice Thanks again Derf

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Bergy June 02, 2004

This was a very quick, very east, very tasty dish. So many quick porkchop recipes don't really have much flavor. This one pleased my meat and potato husband and my 2 year old. We had noodles, cauliflower, and fresh bread with it. A great meal.

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molly pruitt March 26, 2003

Nice and easy for a weeknight supper. Good flavour. The sauce didn't really get "syrupy" for me -- I don't know whether that's because I didn't cook it long enough. I'll be keeping this recipe for when I want a meal on the table in under 30 minutes.

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cpenner June 12, 2003

Very fast to put together. Excellent flavour. I used beef stock instead of chicken stock, and only 1 clove of garlic. I put a little salt, and the pepper on the pork when I cooked it. Excellent recipe!

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cuisinebymae May 28, 2004
Simple Sweet and Sour Chops