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Raspberry-Glazed Pork Chops

Raspberry-Glazed Pork Chops recipe
photo by:kraft
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.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
11/9/2008
I would really love make this!!! Thsi looks good!!
posted:
3/4/2008
Absolutely yummy!
posted:
2/21/2008
Too much thyme flavor. I would omit the thyme or cut down. The taste of the glaze would be excellent without the thyme.
posted:
11/2/2007
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!
posted:
4/9/2007
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.
posted:
11/6/2006
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.
posted:
9/7/2006
These were amazing.
posted:
8/24/2006
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.
posted:
4/9/2006
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...
posted:
1/18/2006
I was scared to try something different , but it was very good. It taste like it was from a restaurant.
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