July 23, 2010

Honey Garlic Baked Pork Chops



Honey Garlic Baked Pork Chops
 
4 1" thick boneless pork chops
salt and pepper to taste
3 tbs olive oil
1/4 cup honey
2 tbs lemon juice
1 tbs minced garlic
2 tsp soy sauce

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Season chops with salt and pepper to taste. Brown pork chops over medium high heat for 3 - 4 minutes per side.  Place in a baking pan sprayed with nonstick spray.
In a bowl, combine remaining ingredients.  Brush on each side of pork chops. Pour remaining sauce over pork chops.  Cover with foil and bake for 30 - 45 minutes.  Spoon sauce over pork chops to serve.




19 comments:

  1. this is now my family's favorite dish! Thanks!

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  2. Hello Momma Hen!

    My name is Nick and I'm writing on behalf of the National Pork Board. We'd love to post a link to your Honey Garlic Baked Pork Chops recipe on our social media pages. We'll use your image and link to your article on both Facebook and Twitter, but we would like your permission to use your beautiful photography.

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  3. Very good and easy way to cook a nice thick pork chop, and relax at the same time. I'd recommend this recipe to my friends and family.

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  4. It looks so simple to make and really tasty.

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  5. Making this tonight!

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  6. Making these tonight for dinner----threw a little sriracha and crushed red pepper into the mix to spice it up.

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  7. Checked on the chops after half an hour - they were overcooked and dry. The sauce was virtually tasteless and added nothing to the pork...so disappointing since the ingredients sounded good.

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    1. Sorry to hear that. Maybe your pork chops were not thick enough - the recipe calls for 1" thick pork chops. I have never experienced that, and no one else who has commented has complained. Better luck next time!

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  8. This is in the oven now, it looks amazing. Serving it w/yellow rice and collard greens for dinner.

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  9. I plan on making this tonight with 3/4 inch chops. I will make sure the liquid is sufficient by adding some apple flavored Irish whiskey to the mix. I'll let you know tomorrow how this "pans" out.

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  10. Made this tonight. Hubby nor I cared for it. Not horrible, but will not be making it again. A waste of honey, which is expensive, for something that was not that great. Very disappointed.

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  11. Made this tonight. Hubby nor I cared for it. Not horrible, but will not be making it again. A waste of honey, which is expensive, for something that was not that great. Very disappointed.

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  12. Made this tonight and will make it again, but will likely spice it up. Pork was tender and not dried out.

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  13. Hi! I have a question - do you use the oil to brown the pork chops or in the sauce?

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  14. Recipe sounded good. But i made it and wasn't impressed. Pork chops were dry and the mix of ingredients didn't have much taste.

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  15. Does the soy sauce have any point in the dish besides flavor? Major soy allergy, so we don't use it in this house. We'll removing it destroy the dish?

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  16. I have made this twice now (the second time being right now, in my oven!) I love this recipe. Thank you for sharing!

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  17. I'm making them for the first I'll let you guy's know how it turned out!!!! Bon Appétit !!!!

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