Coca-Cola Pork Chops

Coca-Cola Pork Chops created by chefMattGreene

The Coke tenderizes the meat. Once mixture has simmered down it will make a barbecue like sauce that is sensational and the pork chops will be so tender, they'll practically fall apart.

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  • Brown the pork chops on both sides and drain.
  • Remove from pan.
  • Slice onions and fry lightly.
  • Remove from pan.
  • Pour Coke and other ingredients in the skillet.
  • Add pork chops and onions back into the skillet.
  • Simmer on low with a lid for 30-45 minutes until liquid is evaporated and a thickened sauce has formed.
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"The Coke tenderizes the meat. Once mixture has simmered down it will make a barbecue like sauce that is sensational and the pork chops will be so tender, they'll practically fall apart."

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  1. DLana L.
    My husband swears this sauce tastes just like the “Bob’s Sauce” from his fav bbq place. For the most part I followed the recipe. The only changes I made were using fresh mushrooms, an all in one seasoning and doubling the liquid ingredients (coke, ketchup and mustard) because I wanted a lot of sauce. It turned out great and even tasted great poured over the potato wedges I made to go with it. Definitely going to make this again and again.
  2. SMH4089
    We really liked this. I used dietCoke which is what I had. Boneless chops so I baked at 350 for roughly 35min. Next time I may flour the chops before browning. The flour bits that remain combined with the remaining ingredients may thicken the liquid. I added more seasoning but nothing fancy; just garlic and onion powder. Will make again.
  3. katrinepa2
    Totally moist and flavorful! DELICIOUS!! Definitely a keeper:)
  4. chefMattGreene
    Coca-Cola Pork Chops Created by chefMattGreene
  5. chefMattGreene
    Great recipe! <br/><br/>I turned it up a bit with a little sea salt, microbrew beer and vermont maple syrup in the marinade for the evening. <br/><br/>Skied a pow day at Alta, Utah and came home to cook it in the over for the instructed first 3 hours that night. Then I pulled the roux and reduced it on the stove top adding more BBQ sauce, and a little bread crumbs to thicken up the roux. <br/><br/>After 5 games of pool and couple episodes of Intervention my bud and I went silent until there was nothing left. Everyone needs a little tenderness in their lives. <br/><br/>Both kids recovered in rehab and it was a truly spiritual meal that was nurtured with love and attention. <br/><br/>How simple life can be.
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