since i often have to make dishes ahead and reheat later, this was perfect! the pork chops stayed very moist (unbelievable for pork chops i know)! i didn't have honey on hand at the time and tried making "sub honey" with sugar and water - but it just wasn't the same! to all - use the honey, it makes a difference, but good either way!
Tasty sauce! I used only 1 boneless chop so I cut the ingredients down. I didn't brown, just put in the oven and baked for 30 minutes. Delicious!
Wow, wow, wow... this was yummy. We had this for dinner last night and it was awesome. I browned the chops on the stove top before placing them in the oven. I used Soy Sauce Substitute #216380, mixed in all the other ingredients and tossed in the microwave to warm and blend before pouring onto the pork chops. They cooked in about 40-45 minutes. I thickened up the sauce with a little cornstarch and coated the pork chops well before serving and put the sauce on rice. Oh My Goodness!! To die for... I just might double the sauce next time. Thank you so much for a great recipe! Will be making this for company next week.
Great recipe Moe!!! As you can see from the picture, we had it with vegies & rice. It was a little salty, but I think that may be the brand of soy I have, because most recipes lately have come out a tiny bit salty for us! We really enjoyed it!!
Made per directions except just substituted garlic powder in place of the garlic salt, since I didnt have the reduced sodium soy sauce. As many others, I browned the chops stove-top instead of microwave. Two suggestions I will use in the future from other reviewers (that I didnt do this time) is to double the sauce (it is really good) and thicken the sauce with a bit of cornstarch. I used 4 bone-in center cut chops which had very little fat, so I didnt bother to trim them. Also, I did reduce baking time since I had pan-fried longer than I probably should. All in all, the recipe gives you a very tasty, tender chop and this one will definitely make it's way to our table again!
Made as stated and we really enjoyed our pork chops. Very nice change from the old soup on the chops recipes. I also thickened the sauce and it was fabulous over rice. Thanks for the recipe, we'll use it again!
These were ok, I think if I was to make these again, I would add brown sugar, and maybe use pineapple juice too or sub it for the chicken broth....hadn't decided. they were super easy to put together.
I pretty picky with pork recipes, but I found this recipe to be exceptional. It's flavor is strong and delicious.
This was pretty good, and I'd make it again, especially the sauce. I used two large bone-in chops, which I browned on the stove-top and then finished with the sauce in the oven. I let them cook for 30 minutes, at which point they were completely cooked. While the chops rested, I aused corstarch to thicken the sauce for serving.
This was easy to prepare. Tasted great. The meat was tender. I did thicken the sauce with cornstarch before serving. Thanks for sharing.