By JillAZ on June 26, 2005
Photo by Bergy
Photo by Bergy
"Another of my favorites from "What's For Dinner?" Enjoy!"
Serving Size: 1 (199 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I left out the ginger, dh doesn't like it. I made this in a frying pan. I cooked the meat in a little oil until done and browned on both side. Then I combined the remaining ingredients, and cooked and turned the chops until the desired consistency. Delicious!"
"If you didn't get a lot of flavor out of these chops, you probably cooked them too long, or used too thin of chops. The recipe says 8 minutes per side for 1" chops, but I flipped mine at about 5 minutes or so on a hot grill.
I didn't have any dijan, so I subbed in a half tablespoon of brown sugar and about a tablespoon of lemon juice.
The chops turned out juicey and flavorful."
"I agree with Ms. Bold, this didnt have enough flavor for my tastes. I think if I had maybe marinated my pork in it it would have helped. I made this exactly as stated, and will make it again with marinating it next time for at least 2 hours. Sorry this didnt work out for us."
"I didn't think that these chops had a lot of flavor. The glaze seemed flavorful on its own, but just didn't seem to do anything for the chops. I wonder if there would be more flavor if the chops were marinated in some of the glaze first."
"YUMMMM!!!! This recipe is great. I tried it a little differently but the glaze gave it a great taste. I decided to fry the porkchops. I lightly flowered the chops and brushed the glaze on. Before turning the chops, I glazed the side not cooking; then turned. I did this a few times. I never knew porkchops could be so flavorful and moist. Thanks!! "
"These were really good. My husband isn't much of a pork chop eater and he said these had a lot of flavour and tasted nice. Thanks for sharing."
"I really enjoyed the flavor! I admit I cooked only 1 chop and I cooked it a bit differently than the recipe but the glaze was as written. I pan fried the chop - no fat on the pan, used a non stick skillet, brownd one side of the chop on med./high heat covered with a lid - flipped the chop, when browned turned heat to medium, browned that side of the chop (covered), flipped it again turned heat to LOW, painted the honey glaze on the chop, covered 3 minutes, flipped the chope again added the remaining glaze to the chop, covered again for 3 minutes - perfect , moist tender tasty chop loaded with flavor! Thanks JillAZ for a very tasty dinner"