Pork Chops with Maple Mustard Glaze

  • nolamom Posted: 12/18/08
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    Scrumptious! Changes I made: used dried herbs instead of fresh and 1/2 and 1/2 instead of cream (because that's what I had on hand). Served with buttered egg noodles and sauteed veggies. The sauce was amazing. Next time, I MIGHT try honey instead of maple, because 1/4 cup of pure maple syrup gets expensive (and I won't buy the fake kind). Also, GREAT for a weeknight -- it was superfast. Oh, and I agree with another reviewer -- whisk the mustard into the liquids before putting into the pan..the mustard can be difficult to break up unless you do.

  • London1 Posted: 10/05/09
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    Very easy to make and the sauce was really tasty.

  • Annie1960 Posted: 12/13/08
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    Very fast and tasty! My kids loved it! I used more fresh herbs than called for and I used Fat Free half and half for the cream and it tasted great!

  • ShellyV Posted: 01/08/09
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    This is a great weeknight meal with LOTS of flavor! I served with a side of cauliflower and will definitely make again.

  • CookinMomfor4 Posted: 05/12/09
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    The sauce is by far the award winning element to this dish. Despite cooking the meat in the sauce, I didn't feel the flavors absorbed through the pork. Therefore, next time we'll grill them and serve the sauce alongside. I subsituted 1/4 teaspoon of both dried sage and thyme instead of purchasing fresh for only 1 teaspoon. Also, substituted 2 tsp. of light sour cream as we use it more often than heavy cream. The sauce/glaze is a 5 star recipe!

  • bkdice Posted: 03/07/10
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    really tasty, quick, and easy. i used sour cream in place of heavy cream. great weeknight meal. be careful not to dry out the pork chop.

  • RLoushin Posted: 11/02/10
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    Unbelievable how easy and delicious this dish is. I didn't change a thing except I had to use dried sage leaves. Will definitely be adding this to my favorites and would certainly make it for a special occasion. I served with brown rice and roasted acorn squash. It felt like a perfect autumn meal.

  • AlysonS Posted: 09/21/10
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    This is one of my favorite CL recipes. I can't even count how many times I've made these pork chops! To me, it's the epitome of a 5-star recipe: it's quick, uses common ingredients, and is absolutely delicious. The sauce is really what makes it...it's deliciously addictive! Because I have a sweet tooth, I always increase the maple syrup. I've made the sauce with and without the cream at the end, and to me, there's not much difference, so if I happen to have cream on hand, I add it, but I don't go out of my way to buy it. The fresh sage, though, is key--don't be tempted to omit it!

  • Marcianno Posted: 10/03/11
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    Simple and tasty dish. . . will go into rotation.

  • karenwood Posted: 09/14/11
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    Fabulous! Will make again and again

  • SydneFitz Posted: 10/21/11
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    My husband and I LOVE this recipe and everyone I've ever made it for loves it too! It's easy to make without too many ingredients. I generally double the sauce because it's so darn good! I now just use dry sage/thyme after trying it both ways and not being able to tell the difference and regular milk instead of cream. I use Wondra to thicken up the sauce right before serving with mashed potato's! Delicious!

  • Vicuska Posted: 06/09/13
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    Excellent for weeknight or for guests! Outstanding sauce and quick and easy to make. I reduced the amount of maple a bit, but other than that it is perfect.

  • kellergirl Posted: 03/10/13
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    The sauce is really yummy and would be excellent on chicken, too. This was quick and easy. I served it with roasted veggies: sweet potato, red bell pepper, and red onion. The sauce was yummy on the veggies, too.

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