I followed the recipe as written and they had a good taste to them but they came out a bit dry for us.
A nice little pork chop dinner! I used boneless chops that were about 1 1/4" thick. I added a few onion wedges and a clove of garlic. Loved the mild gravy this produced too! Thanks for the great recipe!
Absolutely delicious! I think my pork chops could have been taken out of the skillet 2-3 min earlier but other than that, so good. Moist and so flavorful! The boyfriend and I both loved <3
Excellent, tender chops. Did not have onion powder or ginger. Used season salt and a little garlic salt. Used 50/50 water milk for the gravy. The chops and the gravy were the best I've had with chops. A new favorite for the family.
I made this recipe on 3/6/09 as part of mine and SO's dinner.I did make a few changes to how the recipe was prepared.And they are as follows, Bone end cut chops were used.And instead of frying them in oil then seasoning, I seasoned then fried.I used chicken broth for the liquid,and simmered for the entire 45 minutes.As you can tell from the photo, I made gravy from the drippings to go over biscuits.My SO seemed to really enjoy these alot. I just t hought that they were o.k.. Thanks for posting and,"Keep Smiling :)"
Wow. This was so moist and tender, almost like a commercial-style pork roast - like those heat and eat Tyson roasts my mom used to make, only better. I would like to see what other seasonings I can use with it while keeping the texture. I will definitely be making this again, and maybe even telling a friend or two about it. Thank you!
This is an excellent skillet pork chop recipe. I used 1 cup water and 1/2 cup sherry, which went well with the ginger flavor of the chops. Made for Spring Pick a Chef.
Very good recipe! Easy and quick. I went with the water & wine, and didn't use the ginger powder (didn't have any). Also, I used a little cornstarch to thicken the gravy a bit more. Wonderful flavor, and so simple. Thanks for a keeper!