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Pork Chops with Peach Barbecue Sauce

July/August 2008

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (48 votes)

The tangy peach barbecue sauce that glazes these pork chops is incredible on grilled chicken or salmon as well. Bone-in pork chops (as opposed to boneless) are less likely to dry out. Just make sure to trim away as much fat as possible for healthier results.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This was excellent. I made these pork shops for a dinner party and everyone absolutely loved them! Get chops with a bone, I got the french center cut, they were nice and thick, and very tasty. I made more sauce than the recipe called for...
Pork Chops with Peach Barbecue Sauce Recipe

6 Reviews for Pork Chops with Peach Barbecue Sauce

07/11/2012
Anonymous

This is a family favorite. We make this every year during peach season! And anyone I've made it for had nothing but rave reviews. Double the sauce though... it is extra tasty.

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09/12/2011
This turned out excellent.

This was a hit for our Sunday dinner. The brine gave the chops a wonderful flavor, and they were so juicy. The peach barbecue sauce was a new and tasty addition. My husband loved this. Will definitely make again.

Pork was tender and juicy
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08/15/2010
Anonymous

This was excellent. I made these pork shops for a dinner party and everyone absolutely loved them! Get chops with a bone, I got the french center cut, they were nice and thick, and very tasty. I made more sauce than the recipe called for because I had 6 chops but I would have had enough I think with the amount specified. Perfect opportunity to try the leftover sauce over salmon.

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08/08/2010
Anonymous

Very delicious! Served with sides shown in photo, which paired perfectly! Will try with Chicken breasts as well.

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07/22/2010
Anonymous

Yum! My husband loved it and now this recipe is part of our 'DO OVER" recipe collection! We had a side of spinach salad to go with these chops!

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