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Thyme, Pork Chop & Pineapple Skillet Supper

July/August 2011

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Thyme adds bright, woodsy flavor to pork and pineapple in this simple one-skillet supper. Serve with whole-grain rice pilaf and a baby spinach salad. Recipe by Nancy Baggett for EatingWell.


Thyme, Pork Chop & Pineapple Skillet Supper

13 Reviews for Thyme, Pork Chop & Pineapple Skillet Supper

08/04/2014
Pretty Tasty

I made this tonight and it was actually really good. I was a bit apprehensive because I've never made pork chops before and was a little scared I'd overcook them. But they came out perfect. I pretty much followed the recipe 100%, except I used diced pineapple instead of pineapple halves because I figured they'd incorporate into the sauce better. Also, I did find the sauce to be a little too watery as I was cooking it, so I mixed a little cornstarch with a splash of pineapple juice left in the can and added that to thicken it up. Served it with mashed red potatoes and sautéed spinach. I think next time I'll use kale, though. Oh, and there definitely will be a next time! :)

Easy, quick, inexpensive
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04/26/2014
Fruity and spicy

Very good dish. Used orange marmalade for the sauce. Subtly spicy due to the ginger and curry, yet sweet due to the orange marmalade and pineapple.

easy, interesting, light
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04/05/2014

See review below. Meant to say I used 1 tablespoon each thyme on each side of the pork chop then did not have the tablespoon for the sauce. It was fantastic and very elegant.

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04/05/2014

See review below. Meant to say I used 1 tablespoon each thyme on each side of the pork chop then did not have the tablespoon for the sauce. It was fantastic and very elegant.

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04/05/2014
Anonymous

Made this recipe and obviously didn't read far enough down. I used one tablespoon on each side of the pork chops and then didn't have one for the sauce. I used a peach/apricot preserves. The pork chops had a spicy "bite" to them and they were so delicious. I will try them again the correct way and then do which ever way I prefer. The wrong way was absolutely great and I will make them that way again. Served mashed potatoes and snap peas with them.

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