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This was very good. My husband really enjoyed it! I served this with wild rice and boiled red potatos. The extra sauce was delicious on both! I think this would be good made with chicken also...will be trying that next! Thanks!

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April Ballesteros December 26, 2001

This was good. I sliced the meat on both sides and increased the garlic and salsa. The meat wasn't totally permeated. We thought it was good. Thanks so much for posting.

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RedVinoGirl January 07, 2010

Our family LOVED this meal! I served it over brown rice. It was YUMMY!

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RobinAuger October 06, 2013

i work as a caregiver, and my hubby and patient loves this recipe...not only does it taste good but it smells good too :)

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WifeOfDanielPark April 25, 2010

This was so yummy! I decided to use the crockpot as someone suggested and browned the pork in a pan for 3 min on each side before adding them to the mixture in the crockpot. I also substituted mango jam for the apricot since we don't really care for it and used mild salsa since DH doesn't care for hot. I served with rice, refried beans and tortilla chips. Will definately make this again! Thanks for sharing Usako!

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nancyj09 December 01, 2009

My DH loved this! I made it tonight as I had a jar of homemade salsa in the fridge to finish. I used a two pork steaks, had no chops. Also used my cherry jelly, no apricot. The blending of the flavors was fantastic. I had a lot of sauce left over so I reduced the sauce and put it in the freezer. I'm thinking, hmmmm, chicken? Should be great. Now, bear with me here, DH is on a low salt diet so I totally forgot to add the 1 tsp. of salt. I kept thinking I should get up and get the salt shaker from the counter but I didn't miss the salt enough to make the effort! This is a keeper. Thanks Usako.

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Paka November 23, 2009

Made this for DH tonight, he loved it!! Great combination of flavours, just made one chop, but it was huge and thick. He said the apricot jam was wonderful with the garlic, onion and salsa. I will be making this again thanks for posting.

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Derf July 20, 2009

Flavors were wonderful. Easy to fix with items on hand. Added a little more garlic as directed otherwise followed directtions. Great recipe. Thank you.

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Texasbelle June 14, 2009

This was really good! I made it exactly as stated in the recipe, but I think next time I'll use less salsa and a little more jam. But we'll definitely be making this one again!

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LogicallyLocked June 04, 2009

This was awesome! I browned pork chops first and sauteed onions. I substituted peach preserves for apricot jam. Otherwise, I followed the directions exactly. This was amazing over egg noodles. I will definitately make these again. (I used American Cut Chops and let them simmer for 1 hour. They came out perfectly tender.)

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sbera007 April 28, 2009
Spicy & Sweet Pork Chop Steaks for Two