These chops tasted great? It was hard to stop at just one serving. I used Stubb's spicy BBQ sauce (240 mg sodium), and only had concentrated OJ which worked fine. The sauce was tasty and not overly sweet. will make again.
Oven-Barbecued Pork Chops
Need a little summertime flavor? Try this swift recipe and enjoy a “barbecue” indoors. Make it a meal: Serve with coleslaw and cornbread.
13 Reviews for Oven-Barbecued Pork Chops
My husband and I loved this. One for the book and we look forward to experimenting with different bbq sauces.
Because my mother has been ill, I took up cooking for my dad and myself. I looked for a simple enough recipe that I wouldn't be too confused but also something that would make my dad pleasantly surprised. This recipe accomplished both goals with ease. If you are a beginner like me and need to look up what 'minced' means and just how to best pick apart a garlic clover, you can expect the prep time to take a little longer (15-25 min). That's not really a "con" though, because I believe it had more to do with me than the recipe!
found this to be a wonderful recipe, would make this for a house full of people
This recipe was a hit with the family. My Dad, who isn't super-easy to please, loved it. As he said, "The sauce makes the meal. This sauce is awesome." I was worried the orange juice would create too much of a citrus-y flavor, but it really just serves to moisten the dish and the orange wasn't a noticeable flavor in the final product. I'm always nervous when a recipe requires you to place a skillet in the oven, because once it's removed, it's easy to forget the handle has been baking in 400 degree temperatures, but I think I've learned my lesson after one burn from another similar recipe, so no burns this time. Just be careful!
I served these pork chops with applesauce and corn muffins made from Eating Well's "The Best Corn Bread" recipe (http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/the_best_corn_bread.html). Yummy!