Pork Chops in Orange-Apricot Sauce

Pork Chops in Orange-Apricot Sauce created by justcallmetoni

These are tender with a rich glaze and tartness that goes well over fragrant rice.

Ready In:
6hrs 20mins



  • Wash pork chops and pat dry.
  • Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  • In a large skillet heat the olive oil and add pork chops.
  • Brown well, turning once or twice.
  • While meat is browning, mix together remaining ingredients.
  • Transfer meat to the crockpot.
  • Pour the orange juice mixture into the skillet and stir quickly to deglaze pan.
  • Continue to stir until mixture is thoroughly blended.
  • Pour mixture over meat, cover and cook on low for 6 hours.
  • Remove pork chops from broth, cut orange slices to the center, twist and arrange a slice on each of the chops.
  • Serve on a bed of jasmine rice.
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  1. SusieQusie
    Nice change from my usual pork chop dishes! I doubled the recipe & added a teaspoon of red pepper flakes since we enjoy sweet/hot flavors. Served over jasmine rice as suggested, this was a hit at my dinner table. Thanks for posting!
  2. katie in the UP
    Crockpots are a wonderful invention!! The aroma in the house...is wonderful!! I took toni's suggestion and added fresh ginger I did not brown the pork first!! I didn't need too the sauce was beautiful on top of pork! Thank you!! This for sure is a keeper!
  3. justcallmetoni
    Pork Chops in Orange-Apricot Sauce Created by justcallmetoni
  4. justcallmetoni
    Undaunted by my lack of crockpot, I made this on the stove top. Followed steps 1-5 as stated. Instead of putting the chops in the crokpot at step side, I put them aside on a plate. Followed steps 7 and 8, then returned the pork chops to the skillet. Covered my skillet and set it on the lowest possible flame for 2 hours. Resisted all temptation to lift the lid before then. The meat was wonderfully tender, so much so no knives were needed. I found the sauce a touch too sweet and felt the tomato paste was a bit too prominent. Made a small adjustment by adding a teaspoon of vinegar and 2 or 3 nickel sized pieces of ginger (later removed before serving). Felt this created a little more contrast and actually enhanced the fruity flavor of the dish. Just Yummy. Thanks Paula.
  5. PaulaG
    These are tender with a rich glaze and tartness that goes well over fragrant rice.

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