The pork chops were quite moist, but the real winner is the warm cabbage slaw. This is one of the most colorful, delicious recipes we have ever made. We made the recipe exactly as presented and served it with couscous. The only change we could suggest would be to give the slaw a different name.
Pork Chops with Warm Cabbage Slaw
dgitlin612 Posted: 11/28/10
amandaburton Posted: 11/29/10
Simple, fast and tasty. Colorful too!
coloreader1 Posted: 03/23/11
perfect for a quick dinner, delicious, colorful and different.
mja489 Posted: 10/02/11
I only made the cabbage - served with a grilled pork tenderloin. I made a few changes, but I don't think they really mattered. Used regular onion (didn't have a red one), used a yellow pepper instead of red and I substituted green beans for the carrots. I had some late season beans from the farmers market, but no carrots. I cut them in half lengthwise so they would cook. To cut fat I used a teaspoon of canola oil and a teaspoon of butter instead of the butter called for. I did cover to cook and near the end added two tablespoons of water to finish. I cooked longer than 5 minutes. It was delicious.