Recipe by Linda Smith
"Great way to prepare butterflied pork chops!"
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Good recipe. I didn't cut the pork chops open and I slowly cooked them on the stove-top rather than the barbecue. Tasted great and my husband loved them.
Easy to make. Exactly what I was looking for. But the flavor was not great. Neither the worcestershire nor honey was too strong. My family will eat it again, but I will tweak it with some other flavor, don't know what yet.
Mmmm!So good!I didn't have any worcestershire sauce left the 2nd time I made this, so I used soy sauce(reduced amount) instead-Very tasty as well-and super moist!
This was really good. Instead of the Pork Chop- I used the Pork Cutlett. I had to reduce the cook time to 20-25 minutes because the thinner meat.
I used thin pork chops trimmed all the fat.Instead of 2 cups of Worcestershire sauce,I only used 1 cup & added 1/4 cup kikkoman lite soy sauce.I also added some garlic powder & a dash of dry rosemary.I used a George foreman grill cooked it for 4 mins added some onions to it and served with some mix veggies.We also ate it with some steam rice :)
Mmmm this was delicious. My family is very big on garlic tho, so I added a little juice from refrigerated chopped Garlic (maybe a tsp) and it gave it just a little extra wonderful falvor.
Very yummy. I used MUCH more honey, more like 3 Tbs. I also chopped up half an onion.
I wasn't expecting to like this because I don't like Worcestershire sauce, but it didn't have a strong Worcestershire taste. It was really, really easy, and tasted great!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honey Pork Fillets
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 46
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