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this is a great recipe . I used fresh ginger. Easy to prepare and will please the fussiest person in your house.
This made the best and the most tender pork chops I've ever tasted! I added fresh minced ginger to both the marinade and the glaze for added flavor. For my daughter's 40th birthday (with a houseful for dinner) I butterflied a boneless pork loin roast and marinated it for three days and it was wonderful! This is a keeper!
These turned out amazing! I used boneless chops as opposed to bone-in. I also used low-sodium soy sauce instead of regular because that was all I had; and I added a dash of chili powder to the glaze just to give it a little kick. My husband was impressed and can't wait for me to make these again. He had two helpings! I served the chops with green beans and macaroni & cheese. Very very good!
These chops were delicious. I served them with roasted potatoes and an asian salad. I will be cooking them tonight for hubby.
Soooooo good! I made this and my husband and I loved it. My son, who doesn't usually like meat said it was good and ate it before he ate anything else. I took it to work for leftovers and people kept stopping in my office to find out what smelled so great. This is a definite keeper! :) One thing I did differently was after I removed the meat from the marinade I put the leftover marinade in a small pan, added a couple tablespoons of sesame oil and reduced it to make a sauce to drizzle or dip (which was also good on the zucchini we had with it)
Excellant! Used boneless thick cut pork chops and marinated 8 hours. Used lite soy sauce as I feel regular is too salty and they were perfect. Next time I am going to simmer the left over marinade on the stove and reduce it down a bit until syrupy and serve on the side.
These chops were just delicious. They got great flavor from the marinade and the glaze, yum! Thanks so much for sharing this. Made for the Rail Riding Rowdies ZWT5.
It's London to a brick that this is excellent! My two blokes put this on the barbie while enjoying a coldie while I drank a chardonnay from the alluvial plains formed by the Murray River Basin. I made Baked Corn on the Cob With Garlic Herb Butter, Mango Bread, boiled spuds, salad, and sliced pears to go alone with it. Thanks heaps Sue L for sharing.:) Made for Chow Hounds during ZWT5 from Australian/New Zealand cook book.
Loved the taste of these chops so much I had two! They were so delicious. I can't wait to make them again, and my DH agrees with me! Thanks for sharing this with us Sue!