“A home run.” That’s what our test kitchen’s testing notes say about these juicy pork chops. Try them with garlicky Green Peas and Bulgur.
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I doubled the ingredients for the sauce, except for the chicken broth. I made up the difference with meat juices from the chops. Pick a good quality apple cider vinegar, not too strong. My chops were a bit tough because I overcooked them. Just served them thinly sliced with the sauce to overcome.
I made this last night and it was terrific. Next time I would:
1. Double the ingredients for the sauce.
2. Pound the chops thinner - to about half the thickness.
Served with Green Beans Amandine with Almonds and Garlic. Delish!
Very nice! I put a little too much vinegar, so be careful. Just do a taste test!
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