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Dorothy/Leslie you are GEMS. My family and I LOVE this recipe. The next day briefly stirfry the remaining pork with cabbage and thinly sliced carrots in a wok with a few tablespoons of peanut oil and couple MORE tablespoons of Hoisin sauce. It's served here at a GREAT Chinese place and called BBQ Pork Cabbage......simply AWESOME!!
Made this as a "dump" recipe - ie, freeze the meat in marinade to thaw and cook later. Used thin, boneless chops. Absolutely delicious. The balance of sweet/salty/spicy was perfect. And made for a quick weeknight meal. Definitely a "repeat" at our house. Thanks, Leslie -
This is spectacular! Have to say I omitted the salt and the sherry, used sesame oil and doubled the honey. I only marinated 4 hours, but will definitely let it go at least 12 the next time. And I'll probably double the sauce. Wonderful taste, thanks so much, this is the best pork roast ever!
This was very easy, good and tasty, and I would make this again. I followed the recipe exactly. I let the meat marinade overnight and the flavour was delicious! I stir-fryed the leftovers and served it over rice and my family loved it even more that way. Thank you for a keeper!
Didn't really care for the flavor but thanks anyway.
I used pork tenderloin and marinaded the meat for about 10 hours. It was absolutely delicious. The marinade also browns very nicely on the grill and makes for a very appealing-looking dish.
Tasted good & easy to throw together. I used thin pork sirloin chops as they were on sale for cheap and marinated overnight, then cooked them in the crockpot for 4 hours on LOW. The smell was incredible. I'm sure we'll have them grilled eventually, but it was too cold last night. Served these with mashed potatoes and the sauce from the meat was great on the potatoes with just a little extra garlic salt on top. The chops had a nice garlicky, cinnaminy flavor, not too salty & not too sweet. DH enjoyed these even though he usually doesn't like BBQ, although he did think they tasted more like ham than pork chops. I had planned to use the leftovers for stir-fry, but between an unexpected dinner guest (who said it was delicious) and a midnight snack, there weren't any leftovers. Thanks.
Definitly a KEEPER!! I used a thick bonless pork chop and put it in the crock pot. So easy that way and my family loved the flavor.
As I like the flavour of sesame, I added about 1/2 teaspoon of sesame oil to this recipe. Otherwise no changes. It was smashing!! Highly recommend this recipe.