No-Fuss Pork Chops
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Outstanding, we doubled the sauce and served it over brown rice. Also served with cottage cheese/pineapple slices.
I also doubled the sauce and served with potatoes and sliced carrots. My family really enjoyed it. It is very definitely a keeper
Excellent recipe! I only had two, thin bone-in pork chops, but doubled the sauce. They came out a tad dry, so since they were thin, I may have overcooked them? I followed Gale's suggestions which worked well. I used a 6-oz can of pineapple juice, along with a small container of drained pineapple tidbits. Added the juice with the sauce and the tidbits towards the end. I made a cornstarch slurry to thicken it up a bit. Besides a little regular onion, I added a good handful of a frozen pepper and onion mix. I had this some brown rice. I will try this another time with chicken, meatballs or shrimp. Thanks for this great recipe!
This is a quick and easy sweet and sour recipe. I have used the sauce with pork, chicken and meatballs. I did use the entire can of pineapple juice (6 oz.) rather than throw out what is left plus I added a fruit cup of pineapple in its own juice to make enough for 2 servings as I live alone and like plenty of sauce. I thickened the sauce with a little cornstarch slurry and for those who want to add some green pepper, go ahead. Definitely a repeat recipe for me as I love sweet and sour! This is a recipe that can easily be increased to make larger quantities.
I made this last night, as written except I doubled the sauce due to reviews, I was so glad I did! This recipe is a keeper!!! My son and his girlfriend devoured it, going back for more, "that sauce is bomb mom!" The only recommendation I have, double the sauce-you'll need it!
We both enjoyed this very much. I used only one onion and two large pork chops, which I brined prior to cooking, but made the full amount of sauce. Because I used a red onion the sauce was very dark, as though it contained blackberries. I added about 2 teaspoons of “quick” tapioca and it thickened the sauce nicely. We’ll be having this again, for sure.
As other reviewers said, this recipe is DELICIOUS! I made only 2 chops and used 1 onion, but I didn't cut the sauce in half and it was perfect. If I make 4 chops, I will double the sauce and serve over brown rice. I used the juice from canned pineapple chunks, then I made Caramelized Pineapple (melt 2 Tbsp butter in skillet, add pineapple and sprinkle pineapple with 1/4 cup brown sugar. Cook until caramelized, basting pineapple with butter/sugar mixture.) Delicious!
OMG! The best tasting Pork Chops I have eaten. This is my go to recipes the next time.
Very yummy. I doubled the recipe for the sauce and thickened it with cornstarch and served it as a gravy. The pork chops were tender and had a nice flavor.
This is wonderful.I make a little more sauce because we like it,I serve it over noodles.