Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

This sauce is sweet and the perfect touch to pork chops! I love to cut pork chops and potatoes into one inch squares, fry them together and drizzle this sauce over them when they are done cooking. You can also just fry your pork chops and dip while you eat. Either way, serve with flaky biscuits for a great meal that will leave you wanting more!!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place light brown sugar in small sauce pan.
  2. Add the Honey Mustard or Spicy Mustard.
  3. Add chili powder or Tabasco.
  4. Add warm water.
  5. Whisk ingredients well until you have a sauce.
  6. Heat over low heat 5-10 minutes before serving your pork chops.
  7. Drizzle over pork chop squares or dip!
Most Helpful

I made this sauce for my fiance and his dad and they LOVED it! They also said it would be good to dip corndogs into. :) I will definitely make this many more times. Thanks so much for this recipe!

Areinard June 05, 2009

Very easy and delicious! My husband loved it. I'll definitely be making this again. Big hit!

OglesbyFam September 02, 2008

This sauce is excellent!!! My family and I loved it I found a center cut pork loin chop recipe online & added my twist to it & everything turned out perfect I cooked the sauce with Gulden's spicy mustard & some extra dashes of Tabasco sauce then poured it over chops that I had marinaded in canola oil, sea salt, fresh ground peppercorns, Everglades seasoning, & ceyenne pepper.Then I put them on the coated broiler pan & topped them each in the center with some chopped garlic first then a slice of onion on top & pressed down slightly & put a cup of water in the bottom of the pan & covered with foil & baked at 350 1-hour then removed foil & continued cooking 'til browned nicely also added 1 cup water when the 1st cup started to dry up. I let the chops rest a few minutes & poured the sauce on top & enjoyed! I also made roasted seasoned potatoes & onions also fresh buttered cauliflower. It was one of those nights everything came out perfect! As I write this I'm thinking next time I'll wrap a slice of bacon around the edge of the chop & toothpick it for some extra flavor & juice.

scooter13523 April 06, 2008