"This sauce was an experiment that turned out amazingly delicious...and I thought I'd use it for my debut at allrecipes.com! I suggest you use a wok for this recipe." — DANNII
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boneless pork chops
onion, cut into chunks
green bell pepper, chopped
fresh basil for garnish
salt and pepper to taste
Dan, this recipe was not only delicious, but creative too. My boyfriend and I were both very pleased with this wonderful dish! I only changed the ingredients a tiny bit. I only had yellow peppers to use, instead of the green. Since I had no white wine handy, I had to use some vermouth. I also added a Tblsp. of sliced black olives because I wanted to use them up. They actually added a bit of extra color to the dish too. Before browning my chops, I seasoned them with premixed Italian spices. The end result was a delicious meal. I served this over a bed of tricolored pasta and sprinkled fresh minced parsley over the whole dish. Thanks for a wonderful recipe Dan!
Wonderfully different! Cannot wait to surprise someone with this recipe!
I thought this was quite good, but the texture wasn't especially to my liking. I think if I made it again I'd omit the cashews, and use canned chopped tomatoes to cut down on the prep time a bit. My husband really liked it though, and thinks the cashews should stay.
I wasn't sure how this would turn out but it was actually pretty good. The sauce is definitely tangy - I added a wee bit more Worcestershire sauce - and it complements the veggies nicely. It might be good with a few mushrooms as well, and I think it would work with chicken too. Anyway, nice recipe. Thanks, Dannii!
At first, while I was making this recipe I had my doubts about it, but it actually turned out pretty good. My husband really liked at, but I would give it 4 stars for time to prepare and overall taste. Probebly not something I will make again.
This was delicious. Tangy spicy and filling. I don't care for pork chops so I chopped up some pork tenderloin and used that.. served this over whole wheat pasta. I am really not sure if I tasted the cashews in this, but I had a few left from another recipe so I added them
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Dan's Pork in Tangy Pepperoni and Cashew Sauce
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 730
** Calories from Fat: 472
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