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Pork Chops with Maple-Mustard Sauce

EatingWell Serves Two

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As Vermonters, we think a touch of maple syrup makes anything better, and these chops are proof. Round out the meal with Wild Rice Salad, roasted delicata squash and a glass of Pinot Noir.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This flavor combination is great, obviously - pairing mustard and sweet maple! I needed more sauce so I added chicken broth by the tablespoon until I was happy. Served this with boiled potatoes tossed with butter, parsley, salt and...
Pork Chops with Maple-Mustard Sauce

5 Reviews for Pork Chops with Maple-Mustard Sauce

12/09/2012
Anonymous
Easy, quick delicious

This is my go-to recipe for pork chops. Don't overcook the chops and they're as tender a can be

tender and tasty. I had all the ingredients already.
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02/12/2011
so easy and yummy!

These were great! My fairly average pork chops took about 4-5 min each side. I also added a little chicken broth as there was not much sauce. Delish!

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11/04/2010
Anonymous

This flavor combination is great, obviously - pairing mustard and sweet maple! I needed more sauce so I added chicken broth by the tablespoon until I was happy. Served this with boiled potatoes tossed with butter, parsley, salt and pepper. Easy and brainless, goof-proof recipe!

Lisa, Bremerton

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09/11/2010

This is an amazing recipe, I live in Scotland and had to substitute the canola oil for olive oil but otherwise I stuck with the recipe and it was perfect! very easy to do and meat was very tender in no time, Will Definitely have this again. Thanks EW for a brilliant website!!

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12/30/2009
Anonymous

I love this recipe. We buy the the thick pork chops at Costco and cook them longer. You can move the amounts of ingredients around and the flavors still work. We serve w/ baked potatoes and apple sauce. Maple syrup and mustard, "who'd have thunk it".

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