Recipe by Claudine Raymo
"A unique twist that results in flavorful, moist and tender chops. Great with new potatoes and fresh green beans. Creates its own flavorful sauce to spread over potatoes."
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My picky 9yr old likes nothing but he ate these chops! I used 6 boneless cuts and had mayonaise and mustard to spare. I also used about a tsp. more of the brown sugar and about a cup and a half of milk. They were delicious and named after my hometown, too!
I didn't have particularly thick chops, but they took an hour fifteen to be tender. By then, all "sauce" was gone. What "sauce" there was, the 12 year old liked; but not the pork chop itself. 14 said it would be good without the sauce. :/ :D Seems this one to pass on at this house.
This was ok. I followed as written exept I cooked mine in the crock pot. About an hour before it was finished I mixed 1 Tbsp of flour and 1 Tbsp butter together and whisked it in the sauce to thicken it. The sauce was a little sweet but otherwise good.
Would not make again. The sauce looked horrbile, and the taste was just okay.
I was very disappointed with the sauce. Although my husband thought the porkchop taste was good, the sauce was watery with clumps of mayonaise everywhere. It looked horrible! Did I miss something?
I used chicken breasts instead, and loved it. The chicken stayed so moist. Thanks!
very tasty recipe---i used a good quality roasted garlic mustard--turns out much different than expected! fun and unique---a must try!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 164
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