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pork chops butterfly cut
1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle
I tried this recipe in spite of all the bad reviews. My husband is a brewmaster and takes his beer very seriously so I had to give it a try! I added some seasonings to mine to give it some flavor, and I also made 4 chops, as 2 would not feed our family of 6. They were awesome! I went to spear them with a fork to put them on a serving plate, and the meat was just falling apart, it was so tender. Only 1 of our 4 children didn't like them, and my husband and I loved them. I made the recipe as written but added onion salt, curry powder and dried thyme leaves to the meat. Also I sliced the onions as opposed to chopping, for texture. I served the meat with a mixture of snap peas, baby carrots and white corn, and potato wedges with dill weed, salt and butter. It was a great meal to come home to, and I was amazed to see my 2-year old have 3 helpings of this dish.
The next time I make this I will experiment with different kinds of beer. I used Icehouse but would like to try a Guiness the next time.
really easy, but no flavor and the kids hated it.
I found this very blah and my husband, who will eat anything hated it.
this recipe had no flavor. I will never make it again.
Very easy to make. Of course slow being cooked in a slow cooker. Was not a good choice for my family.
This recipe was not good. The smell of beer was OVERWHELMING. I could not even eat it. My poor Husband forced himself to eat it so he wouldnt hurt my feelings.
very bland. easy but tasteless.
I give this recipe a 1 when I use it as written. However, when making changes, it comes out pretty good. I skipped the buillion cubes and instead added a packet of dried onion soup mix and a sliced up granny smith apple. My husband and 15 month old daughter love it this way.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Beer Chops II
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 15
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