Pretty good dish. You do need to watch the time, though, as pork does become dry if overcooked. I made this in about 6 hours or so, but I started with frozen pork chops. With defrosted pork chops, I'd say it would be closer to four hours, even on low. This makes a lot of gravy; I was skeptical at first, but it realy does, I guess bc of the cooking of the meat and the breaking down of the peppers, which I added in the last 2 hours or so. I forgot the peanuts and didn't have limes for green onions, so I put dried minced onion in with the sauce and added about a teaspoon of lime juice as well. This turned out pretty well; I served with yellow rice. I like the gravy, which may not be exactly Thai but the flavors are good. Thanks for the recipe.
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Pretty good dish. You do need to watch the time, though, as pork does become dry if...