Pork Chops with Creamy Marsala Sauce

July/August 2010

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A little cornstarch gives the sweet and salty Marsala sauce for this pork dish the kind of body it would usually take a cup of heavy cream (rather than low-fat milk) to achieve. The recipe makes plenty of sauce, so you’ll want to serve it with some egg noodles or mashed potatoes to soak it all up.

"My store had sweet and dry Marsala, I took the dry, The sauce was absolute awesome! We had fine dining at home, I wish for a EatingWell collection of these sauce recipes. "
Pork Chops with Creamy Marsala Sauce

14 Reviews for Pork Chops with Creamy Marsala Sauce


This dish is FANTASTIC and it was pretty darn easy. I skipped the low fat milk and corn starch and used whole milk. I also followed a previous recommendation to saute the mushrooms after the pork and cooked them with the sauce... yummy!

Nice twist with the pork

This was so easy and came out delicious! The only change I made was I used 10 oz of mushrooms instead of the onion just because I've never had a marsala without them. It was nice to use the marsala and cornstarch mixture for thickening and really came out great.

Fine Dining at Home

This is an elegant option for dinner. We used a sweet marsala and added sliced mushrooms for a little more volume. Turned out delicious. Served over egg noodles with a side dish of broccoli with parmesan.

Good flavor, easy to make
Get Your Ingredients Ready!

Our family liked this recipe; but I'm unlikely to repeat it. It may be that I did not get a high enough quality Marsala - :). But I felt that given the prep or scramble to add ingredients on the fly vs. the outcome, I'll look for other options!

Nice Flavor
Great dish!

Delicious sauce, even my picky hubby liked it and said it was restaurant quality! But need to make more sauce next time. Definitely a keeper!


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