Pork Chops With Maple Mustard Sauce

"This delicious recipe is just the right combination of sweet, sour and savory. It is quick and easy to make after a hard day at work, or play, as the case may be. Enjoy!"
 
Download
photo by ncmysteryshopper photo by ncmysteryshopper
photo by ncmysteryshopper
Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
10
Serves:
4
Advertisement

ingredients

Advertisement

directions

  • Pound meat to 1/4 inch thick. Season both sides with rubbed sage and pepper.
  • Melt butter in heavy skillet, over medium high heat.
  • Add pork and sauté until brown and cooked through, about 3 minutes per side. Transfer to plate.
  • Add shallots to same skillet, and cook about 30 seconds.
  • Mix in mustard and chicken broth, and simmer for about 5 minutes.
  • Stir in maple syrup and vinegar. Simmer until mixture is reduced to sauce consistency, about 5 minutes.
  • Add capers to sauce.
  • Return pork and juices to skillet. Cook until just heated through, about 1 minute.
  • Arrange pork on platter and spoon sauce over.
  • Serve with steamed rice.

Questions & Replies

default avatar
Got a question? Share it with the community!
Advertisement

Reviews

  1. ncmysteryshopper
    I loved these pork chops! I thought the mustard sauce was delicious and the flavors mingled well together. I was surprised that the rubbed sage really held its own and complemented the chops nicely! Great Job Chef! Good Luck!
     
  2. Leggy Peggy
    Lovely flavours and a tender result. I normally do not like sweet in my savoury dishes, but the maple syrup was a great addition. In future, I'll cut back a bit on either the balsamic or the capers. In the ingredient list, I'd move the sage up under the pork chops -- simply because they are used together at step 1. By the way, the use of sage was a stroke of genius.
     
  3. GirlEatsWorld
    Very good tasting sauce. I woudn't saute the chops for 4 minutes per side after pounding them...they were overcooked for my taste. A little salt and pepper is needed with the sage while rubbing the chops, but all in all a very tasty and easy recipe. Note that this does not cut down to one serving easily as you don't have enough sauce to simmer. (I did not hold this against the recipe) If I were to cut it down to one serving again, I would at least double the sauce, which wouldn't be a bad thing for bread dipping because the sauce is very good! Very nice entry for the contest!
     
  4. Elmotoo
    This was easy to prepare & the flavors were great - well balanced. We completely enjoyed these pork chops! Good luck!
     
  5. Nimz_
    Wonderful combination of flavors. A very delicate dish. Easy and quick to put together for a busy week night meal. We loved this. Served with rice and green bean bundles. Thanks and good luck.
     
Advertisement

RECIPE SUBMITTED BY

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Find More Recipes