"Boneless pork chops in a dry rub are broiled to perfection and brushed with a maple mustard glaze. Adjust the amount of pepper for your taste. Tangy, sweet, spicy, delicious!" — Shannon :)
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lightly packed brown sugar
fresh-ground black pepper
4 (6 ounce)
boneless pork loin chops
pure maple syrup
spicy brown mustard
I was limited on time so I modified this recipe a bit. I rubbed the pork chops in the dry ingredients, and placed them on a flat griddle. I mixed the mustard and real syrup and poured spoonfuls over the top.
I turned the pork chops after about 8 minutes and poured more of the glaze on.
I did reduce the pepper to a single teaspoon but I think next time I'll only use a 1/4 of a teaspoon. And maybe get a spicer brown mustard.
Overall great flavors, easy dinner.
These were pretty good. I would give them 3 1/2 stars if I could. My boyfriend thought they were just OK, but don't listen to him, he's not a big fan of mustard.
I didn't broil these, because I didn't have a broiling pan. I just pan fried them instead. And since I pan fried them I didn't make a glaze. I doubled the ingredients for the glaze, added a little brown sugar and simmered into a sauce I served on top. Was yummy! The rub was fairly basic, but not bad.
Very Good! I made many changes because of lack of time and ingredients. I used onion soup mix because I had no onion powder. I reduced the amount of salt because of the salt already in the soup mix. I used dijon mustard. I used pancake syrup insead of maple syrup. I mixed all of the ingredients together (I didn't have time to marinate). Put some olive oil in a frying pan (med-high heat). I seared the chops on both sides and then added the mixture to the pan, covered it and simmered the sauce and chops about 15 min. It was great!!!!!! My husband loved it. Will definitely make this again....probably the same way because I didn't have to plan ahead.
This was quite simple and very tasty. I did use fresh chopped green onion instead of onion powder and I added fresh minced garlic. We all liked this and it was very simple for me to make on a very chaotic day. I think marinating the pork in the sauce all day is what made it so good. I served this with Company Couscous and Sour Cream Cucumbers.
This was the weekly dish on the quality cook dot com last week. My family really enjoyed it. I added a little mustard powder to the rub. I let them sit all day in the fridge. But the best part of it was the glaze. My hubby wants to try it on all kinds of things! Thanks for the great recipe Shannon :)
This is the best pork chop recipe I have tried in a long time! But....I didn't find it until 30 minutes before cooking dinner, so I made a small change. Since I didn't have time to marinate, I rubbed the pork chops with olive oil, then applied the rub. Put in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. Then, instead of broiling, I placed them on the grill and grilled them. I grilled them at 375 degrees, 5 minutes on each side, then 1 minute with the glaze, turned them over, and 1 more minute with the glaze. They were awesome and my husband said he could eat them every night!!!!
Thanks so much for the recipe!
These were good. Maybe next time I'll read the directions correctly. I mixed all the spices, maple syrup and mustard togethered, and slathered the pork steaks [that's what I used] in the sauce. Let them marinate for about an hour. Then I reread the directions, woops. I wasn't going to waste them, so I broiled them the same amount of time as suggested. They turned out good. Thanks!
great glaze. We're going to try it on other things too. Thanks.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Maple-Mustard Glazed Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 46
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