Delicious!! I love sweet sauces, and the maple flavor really went wonderfully with the pork. I made a few changes: I had boneless pork chops instead of a loin, and I didn't leave enough time to marinate, so I just put the chops in a round pan, made the sauce as instructed (except I used real maple syrup, since that is what I had on hand), and poured it over the chops. I baked them at 350 for about 25 minutes and it came out fine. I also put a slice of bacon on top of each chop, which made them even better! The sauce was a biiiit thick, but it tasted so good I didn't care all that much. When I make this again in the future (which I definitely will) I think I will add a little bit less corn starch. I served with corn souffle and au gratin potatoes, but the style of potatoes didn't really work with the dish. I'm going to serve it with bacon-fried corn next time, and maybe leave the bacon off the chop itself.
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Delicious!! I love sweet sauces, and the maple flavor really went wonderfully with the pork. ...