"This is great for those hurried evenings when you don't have much time for preparations! Only three ingredients! So quick and easy to prepare, and tastes so good! This is one of my family favorites!" — DENEMI
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This recipe was very quick to whip up and the chops had an excellent flavor. Since soy sauce goes a long way, I cut it down by half. By reducing the amount of soy sauce, the dish was not salty at all. Very easy and very good. I will make these again.
Very easy, but I probably won't try it again. Too much soy sauce and not enough taste.
We loved this recipe, I will definitely make it again! I tasted the soy sauce/marmalade mixture before putting it over the chops and it seemed like it needed something more, so I added about a teaspoon of fresh minced garlic--it was delicious! The pork chops came out very tender, and that is a must for my family to eat them. Thanks!
Very good, and especially easy. I love reading other reviewer's hints, so I too added some minced garlic, used less soy sauce and more orange marmalade. My fiance loved the orange marmalade taste. Baked for 50 mintues and they were so moist. Very good recipe.
We loved this! Made just the way the author wrote it, it was delicious! Definitely will make this again!
I thought it was great. I used a previous raters advice and used 1/4 of soy instead since everyone said 1/2 cup was too much. My husband liked it....MY 2 1/2 year old liked it** and I thought it was too good to be true because it was so easy to make. Highly recommended*
This was incredibly easy to make. I added more soy sauce and more marmalade and also stuffing on the bottom layer, then the boneless pork chops and then the glaze. My husband went wild over this dish and said it was his favorite yet!! Thanks, this will certainly be a regular and favorite in our house!!
I normally don't review a recipe unless I've followed it to a T, which I didn't here. But I just had to share the changes I made to this already awesome recipe! I can't stop cooking this, it's so yummy and easy!
What I did:
Used Robertson's Ginger Marmalade, light soy (reduced sodium), added garlic powder, a splash of wine (whatever's handy) and a touch of brown sugar. Before combining in the baking dish I coated the chops in flour and seared them in a pan for 1-2 minutes per side.
OMG sooo good!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Marmalade Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 71
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