Peach Glazed Pork Chops (Oamc)

"There are several recipes on 'Zaar that feature the combination of sweet peaches with pork chops, roasts or tenderloins. This one is unique not only in its spices but in its preparation. A featured entree from Dream Dinners, the franchise that helps families prepare make-ahead meals, this dish recently appeared in Family Circle magazine. I've trying these without freeze and they were wonderful and saucy without being too sweet. I added a pinch of ground ginger to mine and will most likely add a wee bit of extra onion, but not so much as to change the balance of sweet and savory flavors. Have some additional bags assembled but have not yet defrosted and cooked. If you are making these fresh you can skip the bagging, frezing and defrosting steps (1-2). (279 cal/14 g fat/2 g fiber)"
Peach Glazed Pork Chops (Oamc) created by  Pamela
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  • To assemble and freeze, place all of the ingredients in Bag 1 in one resealable bag and close. Place chops in a second bag. Place both bags in a third bag, close and label. This can remain frozen for up to 2 months.
  • To defrost, place in fridge 2 days before preparing.
  • To prepare, season pork chops with the salt and pepper. Heat oil in a large non-stick skillet. Cook chops about 4 minutes on each side.
  • Remove 1/4 cup of liquid from the peach mixture and set aside. Add the remaining contents of Bag 1 to the skillet with the chops and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium-low and simmer about 3 minutes.
  • Mix the cornstarch into the reserved liquid and add to the pan, stirring an additional minute to thicken the sauce.
  • Serve with rice pilaf and steamed green beans or broccoli.

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  1. evergreen727
    Yummy! I browned the chops in a skillet then baked to finish cooking. Made the sauce in the same skillet to get up all the browned bits. The sauce reminded me of fruity German potato salad. Since I didn't cook the sauce and chops together, it was very kid friendly as they didn't take sauce if they didn't want it. My husband was surprised that it was a freezer recipe. I will be making this again.
  2. Buffalo Gal 75
    SO YUMMY! I made the sauce but never got around to freezing it. We ate this up quickly and it reheated well. Served the sauce with diced pork chops and rice and it had the sweet and sour vibe. Thank you for a great recipe!
  3. dicentra
    I thought this was very good! Hubby wasn't too sure. I used frozen peaches and cooked everything in one dish. The pork was especially yummy if you ate it WITH the peaches on the same fork. I even made a yogurt parfait with the leftover peaches (sounds weird, but it was good). I think the opinions on the peaches might vary due to ripeness maybe?
  4. realestatekris
    This was decent. I had a hard time with the cooking time. (Not long enough) We had pink chops. It was fair as far as taste, but probably won't make it again.
  5. Z5370
    Fixed this dish using boneless tenderized chops. Forgot to add the onion. Also, used fresh peaches from our tree. DH though it was outstanding!!! I really enjoyed it too.Kids didn't like it though. After I browned the chops I poured the sauce on and put it all in crock pot on low for after church. It cooked about 4 hours. Really good recipe. Can't wait to make it using OAMC directions.



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