This was pretty good and would make again, but I agree that the bourbon dominates and is almost too strong. Glad I followed the advice of a previous reviewer and doubled the ginger & peppers for a little more zip. I marinated the pork chops for about an hour, w/o the peaches. While the chops were grilling, I boiled the reserved marinade on the stove for about 2-3 minutes,then added 1 small orange, chopped with its juice, since i didn't have any peaches. It worked well as a subsitute for the peaches. Served with CL horseradish mashed potatoes and Carrots with Paprika and Capers.
Bourbon-Glazed Pork Chops and Peaches
dory92064 Posted: 06/29/10
edriver Posted: 08/19/09
I measured everything out exact...tasted like straight bourbon. There is a similar recipe that's AWESOME...search...Honey-Bourbon Grilled Pork Tenderloin.
JennineDumont Posted: 05/30/11
Love this recipe. I use the bourbon sauce as a marinade for grilled vegetables and tofu. Everyone loves it. Although, I would prefer a thicker sauce to put over the pork. I have added cornstarch to it to make it thicker.