"Grilled pork chops brushed with a honey and soy sauce mix. To round out the meal, serve with creamy chive and garlic mashed potatoes." — Ashley
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crushed red pepper flakes
freshly ground black pepper, or to taste
center-cut boneless pork chops - 1/2-inch thick
canola oil, or as needed
salt to taste
sweet onion, sliced
I don't have a grill but tried this recipe anyway. Turned out great! We used an iron skillet. Very impressive tasting recipe.
Tonight I tried making this recipe, but it totally flopped. I didn't have a grill and read in the comments that someone else was successful at preparing this on a stove. I followed their recommendations (brown the meat, then simmer in glaze for 30 minutes) and the glaze recipe exactly. Well, my pork turned in to a charred mess that tasted something like severely burnt marshmallows. Before it was destroyed, the glaze looked (and smelled) delicious! If I try this recipe again, it will certainly be on a grill. I'd just like to caution other users considering the stove-top method. Maybe it would work better with thicker cuts of meat than I used (~1/2 inch) or if cooked for less time.
I'm going to rate the base of this recipe as I never follow one to the letter. I did add 2 ingredients that made this completely over the top. I added 1 teaspoon of lime juice and 1 teaspoon of sesame oil and it made it fantastic. I think this is a great recipe for a BBQ beginner. Thanks for submitting it, we all enjoyed it here and my husband said I can definately make this one again.
AMAZING!!!! Even with the pinch of red pepper flakes. But I will say I had a ton of basting sauce left over, if you have thin boneless pork chops or pork loin steaks, this recipe could easily do 8-12 chops. I grilled my thick slices of onions up and basting those as I cooked....OhMyJebbers!!! FANSTATIC!!!! This will be a repeater recipe for sure. I am going to try agave next time in place of the honey and see if I get the same results!! TY TY TY!!
Well, I followed the recipe exactly and it was perfect. Didn't need any other ingredients.
Delicious and simple. I picked it because my husband loved sweet recipes. I was afraid it would be too sweet for me, but we both loved it. My only thing is that you could 1/2 the recipe and still have enough. Ended up throwing a bunch of honey and soy sauce away...
This was a great recipe! I do not have a grill, but we tryed this on the stovetop and it turned out amazing. I cook the chops on high to brown the outside and then turned down to simmer. This is when I added the glaze and let it cook for about 30mins. I turned it about 3 times total. I added seasme seeds for an added kick! I think this would also be great if you baked it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Soy and Honey Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 47
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