"This is a great and simple alternative for plain pork chops without being overwhelmed with flavor." — MILLER5
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(3/4 inch) thick bone-in pork chops
dried dill weed
Ended up baking them for 45 minutes (since I hate frying food). Halfway through I flipped them and added more honey/dill. Turned out excellent; my family has been begging me to make them again.
Easy to burn and could not taste the dill past the honey.
This was good. I melted the butter, honey and dill together and basted the chops while cooking. Keep temp low so you do not burn.
Big hit with my husband and 2 year old! I baked it rather than frying. At 350 for 1 hour, flipping them over after 30 minutes. Came out very tender and well seasoned. Definitely a keeper!
Very easy to burn, tastes like burnt honey
This is a nice simple way to prepare pork chops. Because of the reviews I added a little bit of margarine to the pan, reduced the heat to med-low, and added a bit more dill on each side. They're a little plain, but still tasty.
I got a FIVE star from my mother in law, which most women should know is RARE!! It was simple enough to do and great tasting with the Dill New Potatoes and a spinach salad with egg and avacado ;)
This had an interesting, but really good taste to it. My husband even liked it. I will be making this again and will be on my favorites.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Dill and Honey Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 65
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