Orange Rosemary Pork Chop

"Easy and flavorful!"
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  • Season pork chops with rosemary, salt and pepper.
  • Heat oil in large skillet over medium-high heat.
  • Add chops and cook until browned and cooked through, about 5 minutres per side.
  • Remove to a serving platter and cover to keep warm.
  • Add onion and garlic to the pan; saute until soft.
  • Add broth and orange juice, scraping to remove any browned bits from the bottom of the pan.
  • Boil until liquid is reduced by half, about 3 minutes.
  • Pour over pork chops and serve over rice.

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  1. We love rosemary with chops! Always fills the kitchen with that wonderful aroma. Other than halving the recipe for two chops made as posted and wouldn't change a thing. We love what the rosemary and garlic do for potatoes, that had me tuck a few potato chunks in the pan. With a green salad this made for a great supper at our house. Thank you - we enjoyed.
  2. Very very nice ! Even my 8 & 9 year old boys wanted leftovers in their school lunch. I used some small pork tenderloins I had and sliced them into small rounds. I think next time I'll make more sauce as there wasn't much left after I cooked it down and it was so yummy I'd love to have more for on the rice than there was. Thanks for the great recipe!
  3. This was amazing! I did add a few fresh cranberries & a bit of honey to this. I thought it was the best dinner in a long time. My bf said he would've gave it 4 stars b/c it was a little sour but that was probably b/c my addition of the cranberries.
  4. Sooooooo good and and yet so easy. I used 1-inch thick boneless pork chops and fresh squeezed orange juice. I added a little bit of crushed red pepper flakes; but other than that, I followed the recipe as written. Made for Jan 2010 Aussie/NZ Swap.
  5. Easy to make and a great flavoured sauce. Excellent with rice and mixed vegetables. You could smell it upstairs and it was driving my husband nuts as he wanted to eat right then. Thanks for posting.


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