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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!

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Brave Noodle (njg) June 25, 2003

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!

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nemokitty May 30, 2013

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.

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Morningfeather January 06, 2011

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!!

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Juliet from SA March 07, 2010

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!

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Sassy in da South November 17, 2009

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!

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punkarooni November 11, 2009

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.

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Chef 'Diva Divine May 26, 2009

I pretty picky with pork recipes, but I found this recipe to be exceptional. It's flavor is strong and delicious.

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visionmind January 08, 2009

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.

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IngridH November 12, 2008

This was easy to prepare. Tasted great. The meat was tender. I did thicken the sauce with cornstarch before serving. Thanks for sharing.

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P.J. September 14, 2008
Smothered Pork Chops