By wicked cook 46 on October 30, 2008
Photo by I'mPat
Photo by I'mPat
"Easy, tasty way to flavour porkchops. Have used this recipes for years. You can make another batch of the marinade, heat and thicken with cornstarch to serve over the chops."
Serving Size: 1 (275 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Yum! I made these as directed with thick center-cut pork chops and grilled them on a stove-top grill. I used fresh ginger-root in the marinade (which we love), and so it gave a little crunch to the chops. Simple, and tasty. Thanks wicked for a nice keeper. Made for Newest Zaar Tag."
"Juicy, flavorful and delicious. I omitted the honey (personal preference) and used more fresh ginger."
"This was good, easy and one I will use again. I used pineapple juice instead of orange, I'm sure it will be good with orange :) Maybe even lemonade :) Used salt free soy sauce and fresh ginger. An easy recipe with ingredients that are easy to have on hand. Thank you for posting!"
"Made for Zaar Stars. These were good, but not great. I thought they could have marinated a little longer than the two hours as noted in the instructions. Will try these again and marinate a little longer and then make an extra batch of sauce as one other reviewer mentioned to serve with the chops. Thanks for posting this WC!"
"We enjoyed this but felt there was something missing to take it to the next level. I used pork loin chops which the DH cooked in the frypan/skillet and they were very moist and overall enjoyed. Thank you wicked cook 46, will do the recipe again when the DH is on night shift as the rest of us did enjoy it more than he did."
"Very good chop. I cut the recipe in half as there were only two of us. As suggested, I thickened the marinade with cornstarch and served it on the meat. Made for Every Day Holiday Tag. :)"
"Wonderful pork chops! DH did put these on the grill after I marinated them for the afternoon. Next time I might try a little less honey but other than that, great recipe. Thank you wicked cook 46! Made and reviewed for New Zaar Tag."
"OH How so delicious. Marinaded them for 8 hours during work. Got home popped them in the oven, the 2 hours is definately worth the wait. The marinade is FANTASTIC !!It really made for a lovely dinner after a long day. Thank you wicked cook."
"DH made this recipe last night. He even figured out how to grate the ginger root! :) He also used low-sodium soy sauce. The only change in directions made was to put the chop and marinade into a gallon Ziploc bag. (Less dirty dishes!) Delicious marinade that I'm sure we will use often. That's Wicked!! Made for Every Day is a Holiday Tag"
"They were in the marinade for 48 hours. I used no-sodium soy sauce (that I made) and instead of honey, I used maple syrup. It's yummy. Thanks WickedCook."
"These were AWESOME!!!! I had to do them in a frying pan, but one day, when we have a grill again, I'll make them the way they should be! But they still were killer just the same!! *I reduced the marinade and served the sauce over them ,too! "Very tasty!!!" Was my hubby's comment....and believe me, that means 5 stars all the way!! Thanks so much!! :)"
"A very tasty marinade! I made as posted and marinated the pork chops for 3 hours. I served ours with Recipe#299831 and Recipe#252063. Thanks wicked cook 46 for sharing. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders!"
"I used pork loin chops,freshly grated ginger and marinated for about 3 hours.The flavour was quite subtle,but very tasty indeed.Even the non pork loving DH (with the exception of bacon!),enjoyed them very much,which speaks volumes!! Thanks for posting WickedCook. Made for 1-2-3 Hits."
"Delicious teriyaki pork chops!!! I made it with pork steak and this was soo tasty, loved the addition of the orange juice. Very quick and simple to get together. I marinated mine about 3 hours and it worked out perfectly. I served it with fried rice and corn on the cob. Thanks for sharing. Made for photo tag."