By Doreen Randal on November 07, 1999
Photo by popkutt
Photo by popkutt
Serving Size: 1 (375 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I made this recipe last night and they were very moist. My husband is a very picky eater and he loved them. This was an easy inexpensive dish to prepare. Thanks!"
"The whole family enjoyed this one and it was so easy!"
"I made this yesterday pretty much as listed except used two thick bone-in pork chops and used regular flour ( mixed with the water ) instead of the corn flour/starch. Pork chops and the sauce we excellent!"
"I made this for dinner tonight, and the whole family enjoyed it. Inspired by one of the photos, I used red peppers instead of green and served it with steamed broccoli and white rice. It looked really nice on the plate and tasted even better. The citrus and the sweetness of the brown sugar are a perfect match. Thanks for posting."
"great week night meal. my pork chops where really thick took an extra 5 min, i used the juice from the can oranges since i didn't have any orange juice and i used cornstarch since i didn't have cornflour. i added green and red pepper slices along with onions.. added them once i put the chops back in since the veggies where frozen then added the oranges the last 5 min. served over white rice with biscuits on the side. the sauce is very yummy and made the dish stand out from other pork chops recipes i have tried. thanks for sharing :)"
"Oh these were so good!! Easy and delicious definately makes it a keeper in my book. I made them as directed (twice now in two weeks!), but next time I will try other reviewers' suggestion of adding a little dijon mustard. Thank you for a wonderful recipe!"
"This is a truly wonderful recipe. So simple and quick to make yet explosions of flavor!!!! My whole family enjoyed over rice! The only thing I did differently was added the peppers earlier to simmer a bit so they softened up as my family do not care for the crunch. Will keep this in my cookbook and my husband has already requested I make it again... thanks for posting!!!!!! :)"
"Made these last night for dinner. WOW! Very good and tasty. I used the juice from the manderin orange in the sauce instead of the O.J. Thanks for making my dinner wonderful."
"Excellent!!! My entire family loved these pork chops, even my very picky 12 year old daughter. The sauce went great over the jasmine rice and broccoli that I made with it."
"I made this for dinner last night, along with http://www.recipezaar.com/recipe/Whole-Foods-Orange-Cashew-Rice-117700 . My whole family raved about how delicious these chops were! Sweet, succulent and juicy were the words that came to mind after tasting this dish. Fantastic! Thank you for this recipe."
"Tired this last night. Very easy to make, very moist! Next time I may add the peppers a little earlier to make them a little more tender."
"Tried this last night. It was so good we ate the left overs for lunch today. Made it exactly as the recipe stated, it was simple and easy. A keeper,"
"A KEEPER!! DH absolutely loved these, and I wish I had made more! Omitted the green pepper, not a favorite. The sauce is great and could even be used with chicken. This will be put in the regular rotation."
"added dijon as suggested and it was delish...will make again"
"Good. I used orange juice concentrate instead of OJ and added fresh ginger because I had it."
"This was just okay, we found this to be a bit bland. Thanks anyway"
"I had to make some substitutions but this was so great! I didn't have any stock or boullion so I used a few good pinches of poultry seasoning - not really the same, I know, but it was tasty. I used a can of green chilies instead of the bell pepper. I'm glad I had them b/c otherwise the sauce would have been too sweet for my taste. In fact, next time I might add a pinch of chili flakes or cayanne. Also, I used cornstarch instead of cornflour. I think the sauce will be great with almost any protein. I think it would be great with shrimp or over tilapia. This is definitely a keeper!"
"DH and I both found these to be delicious!! It's nice to find an Asian style recipe that doesn't call for soy sauce since we are trying to avoid sodium."
"I made this for dinner tonight, and DH loved it. It was very good. I added maybe a teaspoonful of dijon mustard, and omitted the bell pepper. Used a little red onion instead. DH said he wanted this again soon. Thanks for posting this recipe."