Home run, Out of this world Glazed Pork Chops
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|4||boneless pork loin chop 1 to 3/4 in thick.|
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|1/4 tsp||cardamon, ground|
|1/3 c||apricot preserves|
|2 1/2 tsp||fresh finely chopped ginger.|
|1 1/2 Tbsp||mayonnaise|
|1 1/2 Tbsp||kosciusko mustard|
|2 medium||stayman apples cored and cut cross way|
Clarkston, MI (pop. 191,930)
Member Since May 2010
I made this dish the other night and I feel in love.The flavor of the glaze is beyond words, a taste that reaches out and kisses you right on the lips.The meat was tender juicey and ohh so tasty. So much so that hubby didn't get leftovers the next day(I ate the extra chop while I did the dishes hehehe)The apples are a perfect match with this dish, apples always go with pork and the ginger apricot glaze makes a kick it up a notch spiced apples.
preheat oven to 500 degrees. season chops on both sides with cardamom salt and allspice.
mix mayo and mustard together. Peel and finely chop ginger root.
In a small mixing bowl combine ginger and preserves add mustard mixture a little at a time tasting as you go.
arrange chops and apple slices on broiler pan or baking pan with a rack.glaze the meat and apples.
place in heated oven bottom rack. let cook 15 min.
turn apples and meat and glaze. reserve a little glaze.Return to bottom rack and cook 15 or 20 Min's more.
Remove pan from the oven and set settings to broil.Place pan back in oven on upper shelf.broil 5 Min's
turn meat and apples re glaze. if apples are getting to well done remove them and keep them warm.place back in broiler and cook to done.