I cook early and keep things hot with my crockpot. I Browned the Pork Chops with Garlic Pam. Put the pork chops in the bottom of it and added everything but the cornstarch and water. Which I did when we were ready to eat. I think it had just the right amout of sweetness. Great flavor.This is a keeper to make over and over. Thank You
This has to be the best sauce I've ever had on pork chops. It's slightly sweet and not overly spicy. I recommend a side dish that doesn't use the sauce from the pork chops because there's not enough to go around.
Grape jelly?! I thought I'd give it a try and the guys LOVED it. Had to hide the fact that I used grape jelly in the gravy till after they tried it cause I'm sure they wouldn't have tasted it otherwise.
Lovely, slightly sweet orange flavored sauce. I cooked thick pork chops. Followed Inez's instruction and then baked the chops in the oven for 25 minutes at 350.
My brother loved the sauce it made! (he loved it the most out of the family)
The gravy is delectable! In fact, RAVE REVIEWS AND THIRD HELPINGS from all in the family. The chops were moist and very tasty fried with the onions. I will definitely make this one for my family again (and again and again). Thanks again, Mizz Nezz, for another wonderful recipe. I know I can't go wrong when it's your recipe!
Quick, easy and tasty. My husband and I both liked them. The only change I made was to omit the oil and instead brown the chops in a nonstick pan sprayed with Pam. I used lean, boneless pork chops.
Nice flavor and easy to make as the others have stated. I'd also like to increase the ginger and add some salt the next time. I will be making this one again. Thanks Inez.
This was tasty and easy to make. Next time, I will increase the ginger for a little more flavor. I also added salt and pepper to taste. Served with a baked potato, this makes for a quick and easy meal.
I used pork steaks and increased the garlic to 1/4 tsp to make this dish. The sauce was very tasty. An easy great tasting recipe, thanks for sharing.