41 Reviews

This is very good! The flavor is wonderful. My hubby who never says anything is good. Said a couple times how much he liked it. My microwave does not brown. So I did it in a pan. I forgot the katsup... I don't think I would use the katsup next time. I wouldn't want to ruin the flavor I got...

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Kanina James March 15, 2003

Simple ingredients that give a wonderful flavor to pork. I browned the chops in an oven ready skillet first, added the rest of the ingredients and stuck it right in the oven....easy! Especially appealing to me, too, was having all of the ingredients on hand.

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NoSpringChicken June 22, 2003

I made this last night for dinner for my husband and myself and we both loved it! This sauce was so flavorful! I thickened up a portion of it to serve on the porkchops, and the remainder of the sauce I poured over brown rice--delicious!! I browned the chops on the stove-top and baked them for 45 minutes. They were perfect!

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lindsayh11 January 12, 2010

These were very good I did the same thing w/ the cornstarch as SoupCookie did,What a difference :) Thanks for posting

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DarksLight June 15, 2009

These were very enjoyable! My sauce was quite runny as I made a boo-boo with the stock so after baking in the oven I put the sauce in a pot, added about 1 tsp of cornstarch and boiled it on medium heat for about 4 min.'s. I let the sauce sit for 5 min. and when it cooled it was perfect! I am looking forward to trying this out on the BBQ to!

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SoupCookie May 15, 2009

This was good. I browned 9 pork chops in a skillet, then baked them at 325 for 30 minutes. I doubled the recipe for the sauce and they were very moist on the inside. I'll probably add some cornstarch and cook some rice for leftovers tomorrow.

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itsnevrenough November 17, 2008

I got a very large pork loin on sale which I had cut into 1 inch butterflied chops and had divided into packages of 6-8 chops. I doubled the sauce, used garlic powder rather than garlic salt, and added a little bit of balsamic vinegar to the sauce. I covered the pan with aluminum foil while baking, after 45 minutes, I then turned the chops over. Removed the foil and baked for the last 15 minutes. I then drained the sauce into a small saucepan and thickened it with cornstarch and served over the chops. It was very tasty and I will definitely be making it again. I served it with hashbrown casserole and steamed broccoli. I am sure the leftovers will be great, too!

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Watkinslady30 March 02, 2008

These were absolutely delicious. I did mine a little different. I put them directly in the casserole dish and poured the liquids over it. I baked it on about 275F for 2+ hours (I don't time it; I just test it to see when it's fork tender). The sauce isn't thick, but that works for me. I use the sauce to just put over the chops, and not rice, noodles, potatoes. This will be one I make over and over. Thanks for a delicious recipe.

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~Bliss~ November 29, 2006

This sauce compliments pork perfectly and would also be good on chicken. I doubled the recipe too and decreased the cooking time by about 10-15 mins since I browned the chops well in a frypan. The result was delicious and tender. This recipe is a keeper!

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YellerNiblet October 05, 2005

Very high score for easy and tasty!! I left out the honey and ketchup since my partner is doing low carb and it was still excellent!!!

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Kathy Tee December 31, 2003
Smothered Pork Chops