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Quick 'N Easy Pork Chop Simmer

Quick 'N Easy Pork Chop Simmer recipe
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These juicy pork chops simmer in a simple saucy glaze made from dressing and barbecue sauce! You'll never believe how easy it is to make.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
55 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
8/29/2007
This was pretty good. Nothing spectacular. I served mine with mashed potatoes instead of rice. I might make it again.
posted:
8/7/2007
Great unique sauce. I made extra sauce on the side.
posted:
7/15/2007
I was in a hurry and did not marinate the meat. Instead, I cooked the pork chops in the sauce for last 5 minutes. I also added some minced garlic and cooked onion to the sauce. It has a sweet and tangy flavor.
posted:
7/10/2007
Very easy to make but came out a little dry, next time i'll add cornstarch to make gravy thicker. Still a great recipe overall....=)
posted:
5/6/2007
This recipe is quick and easy. My picky 4 year old even liked it.
posted:
5/4/2007
These pork chops had great flavor. I used 6 boneless chops, smoked BBQ sauce and marinated them overnight. I also doubled the marinade mix and threw it in the pot while they simmered. The only change I'd make for next time is cook them in their own water first, then throw in the marinade and let them simmer for a bit longer. They weren't tender enough but overall taste was great. We had them with mashed potatoes and veggies.
posted:
3/14/2007
I love this recipe! When I first looked at the ingredients, I thought the combination for the sauce was a little strange, but after the family and I tasted it, it was an instant success!
posted:
1/9/2007
After reading the comments I did cook the carrots a bit first before adding them to the pan so they'd be soft and not crunchy. I didn't have grey poupon (so I used spicy brown)or the honey barbecue flavor so I added a little honey to the pot along with a tsp of sugar like someone else suggested. Even with the changes they came out quite tasty but a bit dry even though I marinated them for 5 hours. I should have added a little cornstarch like someone suggested because the sauce was thin and ran off the chops. I think if sauce was thicker they wouldn't have been so dry.
posted:
1/2/2007
Wasnt hard to make, and was very good
posted:
12/17/2006
So far I've only made this once, but there have been a few request for it. It has good flavor, but we tried mushrooms instead of the carrots.
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