I prepared this exactly as described except for a few alterations. I used boneless thick cut chops, about 1" thick. I also used fresh thyme (about double b/c it was fresh) because I had some on hand. Also I marinated it in the solution for about 20 minutes before cooking, and added the solution later after cooking the chops in the oven, as directed. It was so delicious! A nice alternative to plain season chops!
Pork Chops with Orange-Soy Sauce
This dish uses a very traditional French technique: you first brown meat in a skillet, then roast it in the oven. Make sure you use cookware that's oven-safe, preferably cast iron or stainless steel.
3 Reviews for Pork Chops with Orange-Soy Sauce
Delicious but I wish there were alternate instructions for cooking with boneless pork chops as I usually prefer those.
Sounds like a very tasty dish. I will be trying this one to-morrow. I especially like the simplicity of this dish. The quicker and easier a dish the better i like it. I sometimes find when you are on a budget you tend to eat the same foods over and over because you know they are cheap, Mary, Leith, Edinburgh
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