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Raspberry-Glazed Pork Chops

Raspberry-Glazed Pork Chops recipe
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It tastes like a dish you'd order at a fine restaurant. But in reality, these Raspberry-Glazed Pork Chops are a quick-and-easy weeknight skillet dish.
30 min
30 min
4 servings
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I would really love make this!!! Thsi looks good!!
Absolutely yummy!
Too much thyme flavor. I would omit the thyme or cut down. The taste of the glaze would be excellent without the thyme.
This was one of the most amazing recipes I have ever tried! I was amazed how simple it was, yet tasted like I spent all day preparing. I will make this over and over!
Its an acquired taste. but it was good. Some of the family didn't like it but the kids gobbled it up. And mine didn't look like the picture.
This was really good. I was looking for a good way to make pork chops to add a little variety to the meats we eat. I made it with the raspberry vinager, but didn't have the orange so left that out. I liked this recipe very much, and would give it to my friends. It was easy to make.
These were amazing.
I thought the recipe was a little on the sweet side, so I substituted red wine vinegar for the balsamic vinegar. To keep it a little more on the savory side, I omitted the orange zest and used fresh rosemary & thyme from the garden. The pork chop was slightly overdone. I think it could have benefited from a start on the stovetop and a finish in the oven. Altogether, it was tasty, and I'd make it again following the above instruction.
The flavor of the raspberry and pork was wonderful however, the after taste of the mustard ruined it... I do not really care for mustard, my husband and son do. I will make this again perhaps, only I will cut down on the Dijon mustard by half maybe. It left an after taste of mustard for a very long time. I rated this a 6, so did my husband on a scale of 1-10 I make new recipes and then have my family rate them on 1-10 scales...
I was scared to try something different , but it was very good. It taste like it was from a restaurant.
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