San Francisco Pork Chops

"This is a unique and tasty way to serve pork chops. The sauce is sooo tasty. This dish goes well with rice and a cooked veggie. Yummy!"
San Francisco Pork Chops created by BigJoe
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  • Heat 1 Tablespoon oil in skillet, and brown chops on both sides.
  • Meanwhile, combine the 2 teaspoon oil, broth or sherry, brown sugar, soy sauce, red pepper, and black pepper.
  • Add garlic to pork chops, and pour sauce mixture over everything.
  • Cover and simmer 30 minutes, adding 1-2 Tablespoon of water if needed to keep sauce from cooking down too much.
  • Turn chops once.
  • Remove chops to platter.
  • In pan, stir in cornstarch dissolved in 2 Tablespoon of water.
  • Cook until thickened.
  • Pour over chops and serve.
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  1. Cathy
    I found it easier to place the skillet in the oven at 425 degrees to cook the pork chops after browned on the stovetop. I also added the cornstarch ,water and garlic to the sauce mixture then poured it on the chops then cooked for 10 minutes
  2. Cathy
    I have one word for this recipe. Fantastic ????
  3. Diane M.
    This recipe is awesome. Have cooked this recipe many times. The trick is to make the sauce 3 times more than suggested. Sauce goes great over chicken and steak. Yummy!
  4. Southern Polar Bear
    The overall taste of this recipe was good, but it was incredibly salty. I followed the directions to a T, including using 1/4 cup beef broth and 1/4 cup soy sauce. I even added the full amount of sugar, but that didn't seem to mellow the saltiness. I would suggest using low-sodium soy sauce and/or low-sodium beef broth when making this recipe.
  5. redwine
    This was a fantastic way to prepare pork boneless loin chops. Super tasty recipe that's a keeper ! This recipe is reviewed/made as it is written, but think next time I'll change it up by using chicken thighs that have been quick seared on the grill with a little wood smoke,finishing the dish in the oven.If you use oven method be sure to pour off the liquid to thicken,( that's your sauce) Maybe use molasses for part of the brown sugar. One could also add a little ginger or chinese five spice & serve with rice if you really want an Asian flair. This recipe will also very easily adapt to slow cooking in a crock pot.

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