This was absolutely a delicious dish. I did not have the jam, but I used a citrus glaze and added some fresh garlic. Yum! I will definitely make this again,and would be perfect for a fancy dinner. I served with brown 90sec cooking rice and garden peas.
Pork Chops with Apricot Sauce
ValerieDupree Posted: 12/21/10
Mizzearl Posted: 05/13/09
What a quick and delicious recipe. The sauce is very flavorful. I served the chops with broccoli topped with parmesan cheese and wild rice. This is a keeper and one I will serve to guests.
kindred1 Posted: 05/28/09
Very good recipe. The sauce is excellent! I used boneless pork loins intead of bone-in chops. I over cooked the pork a little, and it was still wonderful. Served with parmesean mashed potatoes and balsalmic green beans (a CL recipe as well).
hikerbuck Posted: 03/01/10
Ordinarily, we are not found of "sweet" sauces with meat, but this was the exception with the addition of Country Dijon Mustard. I did not strain the jam and used a apricot/peach selection. This was delicious! Sweet potato fries along with steamed broccoli rounded out an easy weekday dinner.
OhBoys Posted: 03/01/10
Made this for the first time today and we really loved it! I had Apricot Preserves rather than jam, which made the sauce a little lumpy but overall it didn't seem to matter. It still tasted wonderful! I followed the recipe as specified with the exception of preserves vs. jam.
jax1040 Posted: 01/31/10
This was really easy to make and it was pretty good. I would make it again, I just wouldn't say it is a wow.
AndiJean Posted: 01/10/11
A simple and delicious way to dress up a pork chop. The family loved it. I think the next time I make it, I'll make stir fry veggies to go with it.
kathleen330 Posted: 03/27/13
Very good, easy and quick!
Legkiss Posted: 08/08/13
Wow Wow Wow!! So delicious and packed with flavor. Did not have Dijon so I used spicy brown mustard instead. Delicious and willd efinately make again.