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I had a bit of trouble with this. Since it might or might not have been my fault, I won't give stars. (My rating would have been a 3.) I had a huge amount of trouble getting the sweet potatoes to cook. I doubled the recipe, meaning that my pork chops had to go on top of some of the sweet potatoes, instead of being nestled in them. The pork chops were done after 45 minutes, but the sweet potatoes were nowhere near done. I ending up increasing the oven temperature to 475 and cooking them for 15 minutes longer (it might have even been 20 minutes). This really surprised me. I know that if I had divided this between 2 pans it would have worked better, but I still think the cook time is off, or possibly the oven temperature needs to be higher from the start. In the end, I really did enjoy this. Some of my family found it too spicy, so if I make it again, I will cut back on the cayenne.

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evewitch June 11, 2012

This had a good flavor & the sweet potatoes turned out wonderfully. I made a separate batch for my children omitting the cayenne pepper.

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wesandmelissa October 23, 2009
Spicy Maple Roasted Pork Chops and Sweet Potatoes