7 Reviews

Loved it. Tasted good and made the house smell good. Next time I will add sliced onions to the sauce. Used white vinegar as I did not have cider vinegar in the house.

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Kathy Kik D. August 20, 2014

We did not care for this at all. The vinegar taste was way overpowering and the meat was super chewy even though I made sure not to overcook it. Wouldn't make it again.

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AngAustinBrody February 09, 2010

We love this pork! It is quick and easy. Dinner was on the table in less than 30 minutes. I also added a little garlic salt and thickened with cornstarch. I omitted the parsley as I did not have any on hand. Thanks for the quick week night meal!

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kteacherlaura October 13, 2009

What a great recipe, even if you're not on weight watchers! I made two, thick-cut, boneless chops. Even though I only made two chops, I still made the full amount of sauce. They turned out great. Since mine were so thick, they took longer to cook and the sauce was almost all gone. So, I just threw in another 1/4 cup of vinegar and 1/2 cup of broth and once that got reduced again the chops were done (internal temp. of 160). I served with the reduced sauce drizzled over the chops. Thanks for posting!

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Northern Cook February 03, 2009

These were good. If you like the tartness of vinegar as I do, then this is a perfect and easy treatment. Even though I was making just two chops, I made the full sauce and cooked a sliced apple in the sauce. I also replaced the parsley with chopped sage which echoed the flavor in the chops. Made for the I recommend game.

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justcallmetoni September 30, 2008

I liked this the most but I am doing points on WW now. I added salt and may have added too much. I served it wilth a baked tomato, unsweetened applesauce, and roasted brussels spouts. Thanks for a nice low point dinner. I did thicken the sauce in the pan with a little cornstarch dissolved in water and then I poured it over the chops.

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Oolala September 16, 2008

12/19/2007 We love this dish! I was going to post the recipe but mariposa13 beat me to it. :) This is a very delicious way to prepare pork chops. I'm planning to make it next week and will be posting a picture. I like to serve it with Ww Parmesan-Sage Potato Wedges (also has sage in it) and either a salad or steamed veggie on the side. This is an easy and "yes" quick dish to prepare. Thanks for posting. Update: This time I served it with Ww Potato Gratin 5-Points and some peas. I serve the sauce in little cups to dip the pork chops in. Very tasty.

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teresas January 02, 2008
Ww 3 Points - Pork Chops With Cider Vinegar Glaze