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Oven-Barbecued Pork Chops

January/February 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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Need a little summertime flavor? Try this swift recipe and enjoy a “barbecue” indoors. Make it a meal: Serve with coleslaw and cornbread.



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"It is hard to get my husband to eat healthy, but he loves this recipe. When he does go shopping with me, he picks out the pork chops and asks me to make this recipe again. Great and easy recipe :) "
Oven-Barbecued Pork Chops

13 Reviews for Oven-Barbecued Pork Chops

03/22/2011
I make this all the time...

This was one of the very first recipes I tried when I discovered EatingWell (and was teaching myself to cook) now it's become one of those recipes my boyfriend always asks for when we're planning the weekly menu. The sauce is one of the best BBQ concoctions I've ever had, in addition to this being SO easy to make. In fact, I'm making it for dinner tonight.

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02/10/2011
Easy and delicious

This was so easy and delicious. I used thick boneless pork chops and Diana sauce because it had the lowest sodium count. The orange juice gives the sauce just the right amount of tang. This recipe is a keeper!

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11/30/2010

It is hard to get my husband to eat healthy, but he loves this recipe. When he does go shopping with me, he picks out the pork chops and asks me to make this recipe again. Great and easy recipe :)

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10/26/2010

Excellent! A nice change from regular barbeque!

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03/26/2010
Anonymous

I made this dish last night and everyone loved it. They all said the sauce was the best they had ever tasted. I will definitely make it again. Thanks for the recipe. I will be visiting your site often now. I also used boneless chops. They were so tender you could cut them with a fork. Yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Working Mom in Tn

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