Lazy Cook's Pork Chops

Lazy Cook's Pork Chops created by loof751

Fast prep. and into the oven! Do take note that Sweet Thai Chilli Sauces do differ from one brand to the next: I have 3 brands at the moment and they are definitely not similar, and one is markedly hotter than the others. The Maille mustard should be available anywhere. This is a delicious, tangy sauce for pork, and thickens while baking. I find pork loin chops which are simply done in a pan are often hard -- but not when baked with this sauce. I cut most of the fat rind off and leave on only a strip of fat for juiciness.

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ingredients

  • 1 12 lbs pork loin chops (4 large chops, about 800 g)
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 12 cup chicken broth (125 ml chicken stock)
  • 3 12 tablespoons honey (50 ml)
  • 1 tablespoon mustard (Maille Dijon Originale if possible, 15 ml)
  • 2 tablespoons sweet chili sauce (Thai, (30 ml)
  • 1 teaspoon ginger, ground
  • 12 teaspoon black pepper, coarse-ground
  • salt

directions

  • Heat oven to 325 deg F/160 deg Celsius.
  • In a bowl, mix the chicken broth, honey, mustard, Thai sweet chilli sauce, ground ginger and black pepper. Whisk to mix well well. (You can eyeball the amounts, and when the sauce is mixed, taste it).
  • Heat a film of oil in a pan.
  • Brown the pork chops lightly on both sides, and remove to an oven dish.
  • Sprinkle salt very sparingly over the chops.
  • Ladle the sauce over the chops with a spoon.
  • Bake open for about 45 minutes, turning chops over halfway through baking time.
  • Nice with rice or mashed potatoes, and a fresh green vegetable.
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"Fast prep. and into the oven! Do take note that Sweet Thai Chilli Sauces do differ from one brand to the next: I have 3 brands at the moment and they are definitely not similar, and one is markedly hotter than the others. The Maille mustard should be available anywhere. This is a delicious, tangy sauce for pork, and thickens while baking. I find pork loin chops which are simply done in a pan are often hard -- but not when baked with this sauce. I cut most of the fat rind off and leave on only a strip of fat for juiciness."

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  1. yedenmatka
    I made this tonight for supper and le me tell ya......It Was A Huge Hit!!! Hubs is currently going for helping #3 :) The flavor is absolutely wonderful! I made it exactly as stated. The only thing I will do differently next time (And yes, there will be many next times) will be to make a double batch of sauce. I served this over rice, spooning some of the sauce over the top. WONDERFUL!!!! Thank you for sharing! Definitely going to be one of my favorite go to's when we want a little oriental flavor for a meal and don't want to spend a lot of time to achieve it. This goes together very quickly and is easy peasy!!!
  2. nemokitty
    Wonderful chops!! I followed it exactly except only used 2 pork chops. Very tender! Made for Zurie's cookathon 2014
  3. mama smurf
    I cut the recipe in half but otherwise followed the instructions....my oh my...our chops turned out quite tender and the sauce was delicious on them. Like other reviews I am going to try this on some chicken next. Made for Zurie in memory of her husband.
  4. loof751
    Lazy Cook's Pork Chops Created by loof751
  5. loof751
    Delicious way to prepare chops! I used 2 medium-sized boneless chops and made half of the sauce. The sauce seemed a bit thin at the start but thickened up nicely as the chops cooked. I think this sauce would be great on chicken too. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
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