Ingredient search: Pork chops + orange marmalade. That is how I found this excellent recipe. (Love that feature!) I didn't use the full amount of marmalade and used a little 'real" maple syrup instead. I used several shallots too instead of red onion. I was worried about burning of the sugars so I added some chicken broth to the mixture. It was perfect! It provided more of a saucy glaze that we all loved. Served with brown rice and steamed broccoli. Keeper.
We loved everything about this recipe!!!! I had pretty thick chops so the cooking time was a bit longer.
I didn't have the marmalade and opted to use a little Asian orange sauce in place of it. Worked out just fine. Did take longer to cook and thicken when doubling the sauce. I myself could have drank it, it was so good; while my hubby didn't care for a lot of it, just a hint of it. Will do next time without doubling :) This would would beautifully on a pork tenderloin as a finishing glaze as well <3
Loved this recipe. Made it as written.
Loved this...the chops are beautiful and the sauce is delicious! My sauce was almost nonexistant by the time I took it out of the oven so may try increasing the OJ.
This was so good! I doubled the sauce ingredients, except instead of doubling the OJ, I added 1/2 cup chicken broth. I also mixed a tablespoon of corn starch with the lime juice at the end to thicken the sauce a bit. It was delicious over jasmine rice.
Unfortunately, the full 10 minutes in the oven was a little much and the chops came out dry. Next time, I'll try 5-6 minutes. The sauce is delicious. I served this with roasted garlic couscous and steamed green beans.
Made this with work steaks since that was all I had. We just about drank the juices! WOW! Everyone loved it, including my 3 and 1 1/2 year old children. I plan on making this again soon.
I made this because I liked the picture. As it turned out, it was easy and really delicious. Fancy enough for company, easy enough to make any night. My husband said it was the best pork chop he'd ever eaten. The pork chops were so tender and moist and juicy. Great flavor from the citrus. This is a "must make again" recipe. It's definitely going in my permanent file.
Amazing pork chops! Smells great, tastes even better!
Easy, fast and chops are very tender! This has become the go-to pork chop recipe.
Really appreciated all the wonderful citrus in this recipe. Also liked the mustard in the glaze.
Our family was looking for a new recipe, and this definitely satisfied everyone. This recipe requires using thick-cut chops. Didn't have ground mustard so we subbed deli-style brown mustard but still made for a fabulous sauce. Will serve this again!
Delicious! Even my 14 year old who swears she hates pork loved it! Easy enough for a weeknight meal.
I over cooked my chops, which in turn gave me partially burnt sauce (what little sauce there was);-/. However, even with those issues, I could still taste how good this would be, had I not burnt it and doubled the sauce. Will try and review again (double your sauce!).
Easy to make and tastes great.
Very good recipe. Followed it fairly closely but used Simply Orange OJ rather than fresh-squeezed, as well as a mixture of dijon and horseradish mustards because I did not have whole grain mustard on hand. I also added a bit of lime zest at the end when I was adding the lime juice to the sauce. The sauce has a great flavor and the onion and rosemary add a nice taste. Will definitely be making this one again!
We loved the flavor of this sauce - with a little extra marmalade and a bit of orange zest, and another pinch of salt at the end to get the flavor I wanted after adding the lime juice. This is easy to put together and really nice result. I look forward to making it again.
These were quite tasty! Could only find 1/2 inch thick pork chops but felt I had to still cook same time due to red onion. If made with thicker pork chops I could see it may need a bit more sauce. Served with CL's Cauliflower Mash and Apple Salad with Mustard Dressing. Will definitely make again.
These went over big! I bought boneless pork chops from my local CSA that were just amazing! These had a lot of flavor....I think the only thing I would do a little different is make two times the sauce....otherwise, this is the perfect recipe!
This is an AMAZING recipe! easy week night meal that is so flavorful and easy to make! I think next time I will add garlic to this, but other than that… this is a keeper. Made this with cauliflower mash and kale for a great meal!
I made half the pork but all the sauce & veges (as I usually do with cooking light). It was delicious!
This was excellent! Easy to pull together and everyone loved it!
Very good. Could have browned the chops a bit more, but the flavor was delicious!
Such a great dish! My only problem was that our butcher was out of bone-in chop so I just cut down on my cooking time and watched my thermometer. Wonderful dish that I will make time and time again!!!
This recipe was super easy to execute and looks so nice. The entire family really enjoyed it.
We loved the recipe - tweaked a bit and instead of a quick roast at 425, we braised them at 325 for 11/2 hours with a bit more of the juice mixture & rosemary - delicious!!!
The family loved it! I did not have OJ so used apple cider, worked great! Served on a bed of rice. Sweet and savory!