Asian Glazed Pork Chops

"I cut this out of a book I was reading because it looked so very good. Its easy to prepare and I served it with rice and broccoli."
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  • Sprinkle both sides of chops with seasoning.
  • Coat frying pan with oil and set over med high heat.
  • When hot add chops and reduce heat to medium and cook until golden about 3 minutes per side.
  • Remove chops to a plate.
  • Pour sherry or water into pan and using a wooden spoon scrape any brown bits from the bottom of the pan.
  • Stir in hoisin sauce (it may not dissolve completely).
  • Return chops to pan, cover and reduce heat to med low.
  • Simmer and turn the chops and stir the sauce occasionally until pork is firm about 5 minutes.
  • Place chops on plate and pour the pan sauce over and top with green onion.

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  1. Susie D
    This is a fun recipe I would make again. The sauce has more complexity in flavor than the few ingredients would suggest and paired perfectly with the pork chops. (I used the sherry option). The cooking time needed to be increased, but it may have been the large chops I used. I simmer them around 20 minutes and they were fork tender. Made for ZWT6.
  2. Cooking Block
    This recipee was excxellent. I would definitly make sure to use the green onions. I have a sort of large family all over 6 feet tall and we were still a little hungry after the four pork chops so in the future I might double the recipe to eight pork chops. Still an excellent recipe.
  3. Husker Fan
    These chops were very good and so simple to make. I will def. be making these again. Make sure you use the green onions, because they add that little extra flavor! So Good.
  4. Gerry
    Great chops! So good that they are on again for this weekend. Impressed by the glaze which made for fantastic taste - chops looked awesome and had us anticipating - and enjoying every bite. Made as posted and it was perfect for our tastes. Thank you Brenda for a taste tempting main dish recipe that will find it's way to our table again - and again.
  5. Teddys Mommy
    Yumm!! We loved this sauce and think it would be great on just about anything. DB requested I put the sauce on broccoli! I used thin cut pork-chops because that's all I had. I would definitely recommend using "normal cut" pork chops they were a little dry.. but that's NO fault of the recipe! I also recommend not forgetting the green onions they gave it that extra little something :-) this is a great recipe thank you for sharing it with us!


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