22 Reviews

This recipe was very easy to make. Other than using bone-in chops, I did not alter the recipe at all. The prep was minimal, which was good for a weeknight. We liked the sauce, but maybe not enough to make again. Thanks!

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Dr. Jenny September 21, 2011

Good, but not great. I made it with bone in pork chops. It's very mild and the rosemary disappears (I used fresh ). This recipe is not quite the thing if you want something strongly savory.

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JavaBird March 10, 2016

Tasty and tender pork chops. I felt that it needed something so I added several chopped kalamata olives.

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Andrea in NH January 11, 2013

This was really good! My husband loved it...he said it tasted Tuscan before I even told him what is was called. I didn't have any wine on hand, so just used more chicken broth. I also used oil packed tomatoes blotted really well and dried rosemary. I stuck my sauce in a food chopper right before adding the cornstarch/water slurry. Great recipe!

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Kristen B. January 06, 2011

This is delicious and I found that it reheats well and the flavour actually improves after sitting for a couple of days. I made it this time with pork chops but will definitely try it with chicken, too.

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Irmgard May 11, 2010

Just made this tonight. It was an adventure. My stove wasn't working and all I had was an electric frying pan. So, I sauteed some onion, garlic with butter, added a cup of rice to the pan, sauteed that for a bit, then added chick broth and a tablespoon of chopped rosemary, put it in a covered casserole and into a 350 oven for 40 minutes. Wiped out the electric fry pan with paper towels and started this dish. I also used sun dried tomatoes in oil (rinsed off), chopped them and put them in a 2 cup pyrex measuring cup. Added port wine (only sweeter wine I had), and the broth. Since I had no stove, I microwaved the mixture for about a minute and 15 seconds and let it stand, and proceeded to cook the chops etc. I only had a yellow onion, no shallots. At the end after I thickened the sauce I added a tablespoon of butter to richen it up. The moistest, yummiest pork chops EVER. And with the rice. Even without a stove and one pot it worked. Thank you for this recipe. It was a life saver today!

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NancyLeeIL November 23, 2009

Excellent sauce, I used it for Pork Tenderloin Medallions, leftovers were fabulous as well!

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Culinary Artist May 10, 2009

Gets five from me. For those who don't have exact ingredients, I used marsala, sweet diced onion and sun-dried tomatoes oil packed but washed off. I also seasoned with salt, pepper, and garlic powder before. This chicken is fantastic. Served Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Marsala on this site as a side. Both are must try recipes.

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JB's Girl October 28, 2008

Great dish to make when company is coming. Simple to put together but the flavors are perfect to impress and make a delicious meal to please everyone. I might try experimenting with different types of wine. I bet a sweet Marsala would work for this, and may work well with chicken or pork too!

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Chef Crystal Cooks September 14, 2008

I thought this was very good but I think I would have liked some garlic powder on the chops. I used salt and pepper to season them before browning but thought they needed a bit more. My youngest son wouldn't eat it but I think this was too sophisticated for his palate.

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Oolala January 16, 2008
Tuscan Pork Chops (Or Chicken) With Rosemary