By Sassy in da South on January 23, 2008
Photo by True Texas
Photo by True Texas
"An easy to prepare main dish that is delicious too!"
Serving Size: 1 (234 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"These were amazing! My 7 year old son was complaining before dinner that he doesn't like pork chops but as soon as he tried it he was telling me how much he loved pork chops. My 3 year old even asked for more! Our new family favorite!"
"This was really good! I seasoned 2 thick-cut pork chops with salt and pepper on each side, browned, and removed from the pan. Then I added a little more oil to the pan and added a small chopped onion and sauteed it for a few minutes before adding the remaining sauce ingredients. I then poured all of this on top of the pork chops. I wish the sauce had been a little thicker. I ended up making a small ramekin of it and dipping my pork into it. It was tasty! My husband said this goes in the "Make Again" file! Thank you for sharing!"
"These are great pork chops. I've had this saved to try for a long time and today I was looking for some way to do pork chops that did not call for bell pepper, since I was out. I tried this and it turned out wonderful. Only used 4 chops though."
"These were just okay for us. (Guess it's just a matter of personal taste.)"
"These were delicious chops! I used apple cider vinegar & the only think I did differently was ended up pouring the sauce into the skillet I'd browned the chops in, to deglaze the pan after I noticed all those yummy browned bits. Then I poured it over the chops in the baking dish. Next time I'll probably just throw the sauce ingredients in the skillet to begin with. Thanks, Sassy, for a great meal- this will be on our list of faves for sure!"
"Excellent pork chops. My husband makes our own maple syrup from trees on our property and I am always looking for new ways to use it. This recipe was a really big hit. I made it just as written and it turned out just right. Thank you"
"Sassy.... these chops are out of this world delicious,, made them the other nite.. very tender.. I never would have thought of adding maple syrup.. I cut the recipe in half for dh and myself, will be making often. Nita"
"These were absolutely fantastic and a little different than my regular pork chop recipes. My husband and son also loved them. I followed the recipe exactly except I did sprinkle some Emeril's Essence on the chops before browning. They were great and very good directions. I served them with stuffing, green beans and cresent rolls. Thanks for sharing Sassy!"
"I loved this! The pork chops were so flavorful and delicious. The only thing I did was I didn't have chili powder, so I used cayenne pepper-it definitely had a KICK to it!! But my fiance' and sister both loved them."
"I picked this recipe for the Crockpot Cooking Challenge . I chose to put this all together and cook on low in the crock pot for 4 and a half hours. For dinner I just had to reheat them in the microwave for 3 minutes. They were Fantastic. Our dog, killer loved them~ gave them 6 barks! I really did not expect them to come this good. Thank you for posting them recipe for us all to try."
"This was a wonderful meal. I marinated the pork chops in the other ingredients for an hour, then cooked them & some of the onion on the barbeque hotplate. I then followed directions for the sauce. the result was a sweet, spicy meal that went well with salad. Thanks Sassy for sharing this keeper. Made for ZWT4"
"I converted this recipe to cook in a crock pot and that worked well, however they still were dry. Very tender, but dry. The flavor is great and it is worth fiddling with to make more sauce and to make them more moist. Made for ZWT 4 game."