Wonderfully delightful recipe! First of all sauteing some boneless pork chops isn't hard and they're so good all on their own. But this simple sauce is a joy. Things I will try next time: white wine instead of wine vinegar. Fresh orange juice instead of some from concentrate. In fact, how about fresh Raspberries with some sugar right now? Fresh herbs instead of dried. Keeping the chops covered on a plate and adding back the meat juices into the sauce at the end.
I have some Imported Wild Lingon Berry sauce from Sweden-that's a must! We grow our own Blueberries soooooo...Someone suggested Orange Marmalade with OJ. I think I might try it, but use Raspberry juice instead. Or Cranapple?
Oh, oh wait...how about using some fresh Cranberries at Thanksgiving, processing up with sugar and making this sauce for the Turkey Dinner? Oh Man! In fact I think there's a frozen breast downstairs in one of the freezers right now...then there's Chicken and Lamb and Pork roasts. This sauce definitely has the umph to stand up to grilled meats. Lets go Mexican and do fresh lime juice and Mango with Goya Adobo seasoning and a smig of cilantro, Mexican Oregano and Cumin on Baja Fish Tacos! I have stood on the shore in Ensanada at La Bufadora and had three generations of latin ladies whipping up the most amazing fish tacos for breakfast. With cold beers. Life is good!
Robin, thanks for the wonderful recipe and all the inspiration. Cooking food is like jazz, improvise. 'Cause you can.
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Wonderfully delightful recipe! First of all sauteing some boneless pork chops isn't hard and...