Pork Chops in Orange Sauce

"This is definately comfort food!! The pork is almost casseroled. It is a delicious sweet and tangy recipe that my family LOVES!"
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  • Coat pork chops in seasoned flour.
  • Heat butter in large frying pan and brown chops well on both sides.
  • Arrange in casserole dish.
  • Combine sugar, ginger, grated rind and the juice of the oranges and pour over chops.
  • Cover and bake at 180º for 45-50 minutes.
  • Turn during cooking and add water if necessary.
  • NB:- I like to serve these with rice but it is also nice served with salad, coleslaw or winter veggies.

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  1. KerfuffleUponWincle
    NOTE: The 180 degree oven temperature is a Celsius measurement ~ 350F is the equivalent temperature to use for this recipe! Here is a Celsius to Fahrenheit converter:<br/><br/>http://www.csgnetwork.com/tempconvjava.html
  2. Don Steele
    *Christie,I prepared this dish recently.I had expected a little stronger ginger taste,perhaps the juice could be measured in cup size ,rather than just as two oranges,I have a feeling my result was too much juice.The chops tasted fine and were moist.The 180* temperature was not identified as C or F ,but I did mine as F..I did try to contact you,but at this time you do not accept messages.The next time I make will try and adjust juice level to see if a difference is made,Cheers.....Don
  3. Terriyaki 2
    This was so good! Made for 2. Diced 1/2 a large orange, zested and got the juice from the other 1/2. Served with zucchini au gratin. Will make again!
  4. Diva-N-Training
    Did this with turkey cutlets in sub for pork chops, and panko in sub for flour. Very good and flavorful.
  5. morgainegeiser
    We really enjoyed the flavor of the orange and ginger. It compliments the pork just great. The pork chops also stayed moist and tender. Made for PAC Spring 2009.


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