4 Reviews

Came out delicious and it's soooo easy to make! I didn't have any shallots or honey, so I just used agave syrup/brown sugar instead. Threw everything in a baggie overnight and threw it onto the skillet/fry pan the next day. We used thin cut pork loin chops (no bone) cooked medium and they came out juicy and tender. Great flavor. We loved it! Would definitely make again, adds nice variety to the week nights when I don't have much time.

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itsmscindy November 01, 2011

turned out soo good everyone ate seconds

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dhuynh July 11, 2011

The grocery store had skinny chops, so we tried this recipe out. We had no shallots either, so we substituted with some red onions. Marinated the chops for 4 days, grilled them on an indoor grill pan, and while grilling, sprinkled chilli powder to make it spicier. My brother said they were really flavorful so this get 5 stars from us. Thank you for posting.

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Ilovemy4kids January 15, 2009

I'm erring on the top side for these chops. I enjoyed the taste tremendously, but my 2 sisters didn't care for them. Maybe one of the reasons for their rating was the fact that the chops were probably a little too thick. I couldn't find any really thin ones at the time I went shopping. The only other comment that was made was that they were not as spicy as Vietnamese foods usually are. However, thnx for posting, Aggiezoey. Made for Fall 2008 My-3-Chefs.

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Darkhunter November 08, 2008
Vietnamese Glazed Skinny Pork Chops