Tender Sweet ‘n’ Sour Pork Chops
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
We all got the clean plate award for this recipe! I doubled the sauce and added a bag of frozen broccoli to help round out the meal.
I made it for dinner tonight. It was delicious. Will definitely be making it again. Served with Fried rice and steamed broccoli.
Made this for dinner tonight! Husband said this is a keeper. Make this as much as you want. I followed the recipe but added some sliced onion and a sliced red pepper and some minced garlic. Served it on a bed of rice.
I made the recipe as printed except for using regular soy sauce since I was out of reduced sodium. For me, the key was making sure that the pork chops were browned until there was a nice seared crispness on the outside. I used boneless center cut pork chops and trimmed excess fat to keep it healthier. Loved the fact that these ingredients are what most people have on hand and that it's a quick meal that tastes like you worked hard to put a hearty meal on the table. I was worried that they would not taste as sweet and sour as we liked but these pork chops were delicious. A baked potato and green salad made for a healthy, tasty meal! This recipe is a keeper for us!
Can I bake this in the oven
I added a little minced garlic, and some diced onion to this. It was incredible! Even my picky 10 year old ate it!!!
This was really good. Great flavor! I added carrots, red pepper, pineapple and chestnuts to the skillet and made it a full meal.
This was very easy to make and tasted great! I did add one minced clove of garlic to the sauce.
Will definitely make again, pork was moist and gravy was very flavorful.
Very good, we really liked the sauce.