By Dienia B. on January 13, 2009
Photo by Baby Kato
Photo by Baby Kato
"A baked pork chop made with a sweet paste, from Darlene Kossman."
Serving Size: 1 (456 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 3
"I made a scaled back version of this recipe for on very large pork steak chop. I was worried that it might be too sweet for me, but with the paprika and dry mustard it wasn't. Nice change from the plain baked pork chop. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for PRMR Tag Game."
"Wonderful combination of sweet and savory! Hubby's exact words were, "Sometimes, your experimental recipes work." The only thing I will do differently next time is turn them over halfway through cooking so that both sides get the nice glaze. Thank you for a fantastic recipe!"
"Five stars from me and my family. I was even told by dear hubby that this was my best meal this year. Easy and simple recipe resulting in moist tasty chops. Tonight I am a hero...thank you :)"
"Tried this over the weekend and fell in love with it straight away. It's recipes like this i wish i could give more than 5 stars to. Thanks and i;ll be making this again."
"We really enjoyed this tasty recipe Dienia. It was sweet and savory, cooked just right, perfect served with rice and tomatoe wedges. I used boneless pork sirloin, it worked great in this recipe. I loved the ease of this recipe, it was quick and easy with fantastic results. The glaze was just right. Thank you for sharing a recipe that I will make often."
"These are really good. Everyone in my family enjoyed them, kids included."
"Really excellent! I made this tonight and hubby and I agreed this is definitely one we want to have again and again. Thank you for such a simple recipe that turns out like it's been hours in the making!"
"I made this tonight and my husband and daughter loved, loved it. They usually never love my cooking."
"This spice rub was very good, but the sage for me gave it sort of a sausage flavor. Maybe I added too much on accident but I think I will leave it out next time. I had 1 inch thick boneless chops and baked them for 45 minutes flipping at 30 mins, but at 45 they were just very very dried out. I will use this spice rub again, but next time I will maybe cook the chops in the skillet or in a small glass baking dish instead of on a baking sheet and only for maybe 20 minutes."
"Excellent. Very tasty. I loved the fusion of flavours!"