Recipe by Mrs. Rieper
"These pork chops are absolutely to die for! They turn out so juicy and tender and, so far, my husband has had me make these chops for tailgating parties, house parties, supper with the kids, dinner for us two...he can't get enough!"
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low sodium soy sauce
(1 inch thick) pork chops
What I left out is that I take the remaining sauce and heat it up in a sauce pan until full boil. Then, I drizzle the sauce over the meat when I'm done baking it! The sauce is also great over white rice, as a side. Also, because it's summer, we've been grilling them instead and that has made a huge difference in the glaze, perhaps because of the heat. We've taken them to many tailgating parties and barbeques and they have been very popular!
While these were flavorful, the liquid never turned into a glaze; probably 1/2 cup instead a full cup of soy sauce should have been used.
My boyfriend and I thought this was really great. I used less brown sugar, about 1.5 cups. Very very tasty!
To get thicker sauce try Dark karo syrup and touch of honey and you can use potato starch to thicken also. Corn Starch 2nd best if you don't have potato starch.
Loved the flavor but even using cornstarch, it didn't get as thick as I'd like.
HOWEVER... I added crushed red pepper flakes and served with rice w/ green and red peppers it was excellent! I think baking it longer would have been better too...we always get our pork chops cut 1 1/2 " thick but didn't have the time to do that. Will definitely make this again!
I just made this for dinner. I did not care for it.
I really enjoyed these - I thought they had incredible flavor, not too salty and not dry at all - I will make these all the time. I did these in the oven as suggested by the recipe but will also put them on the grill - I think they are amazing.
I tried it twice and it's delicious!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Succulent Pork Chops
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 53
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