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Peach-Glazed Pork Chops

Peach-Glazed Pork Chops recipe
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This terrific baked pork chop dish will put you in mind of summer no matter when you make it—thanks to the peach slices and peach preserves.
15 min
55 min
6 servings
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Made this last night and had one problem, the pork came out a little under done for my family's taste. WHEN I make this again, I will purchase some peach nectar to use in place of the hot water, I will chop the peaches, and I will brown the chops for about 3 minutes on each side before popping them onto the stuffing. I believe with those changes I will have a hit on my hands.
I love this recipe and have done many variations of it with different add-ins! Sometimes steamed root vegetables along with broccoli and/or mushrooms layered on the bottom makes this a healthier, and I think tastier meal!Kids and husband love it too, which is not always easy to find in a recipe!
I had a similar recipe from years ago but the chops were stuffed. They are good both ways but I think stuffing them makes the chops moister. Also the recipe does not mention to chop the peaches but my original recipe did. The stuffing comes out moist and such a nice blend of flavors. Be sure to drizzle any pan drippings over the top of the finished chops. Delicious!
Delicious and easy to make! I will make recipe again.
Very yummy! I was looking for something new and not expensive to add to my normal meal and this is it.
This was so good, I had to visit my middle school self for an adequate definition. THIS WAS THE BOMB. Instead of six 1/2-inch thick chops, I spent my hard-earned dollars on a three pack of 1.5-inch thick chops. The same cooking time worked-- they were a hair underdone, which is perfect in my opinion. They were so moist, so tender, I ended up using a butter knife. I chopped the peach slices up into managable chunks for the sheer purpose of not looking like a glutton. In case you are wondering, the peach-mustard duo is indeed one of the holiest I've experienced. And I used the alternative Chicken Stove Top, which turned out to be great with everything. Just make it.
I made more preserves & mustard than recommended. It made the pork chops more moist.
these were way to dry and kind of gross looking, won't be making it again
Fantastic - easy to make - this would be good during the week after work.
Great, but I only used 4 pork chops. We like a lot of stuffing!
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