- 4 bone-in pork chops
- 1/2 cup ketchup
- 1/4 cup brown sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- 4 onion slices (large)
- 1 tablespoon cold water
PER SERVING *
|Calories420Calories from Fat230|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat230|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Jorica Farrell 15 days ago
Very yummy!! I only had 3 chops so the sauce were a bit too much.
hank 16 days ago
great. did it in my toaster oven. came out great.
rob e. 5 Oct
The kids and I thought it was good. Next time more brown sugar.
Collinge 2 Oct
Awesome, everyone loved it.
Cintrelle H. 2 Oct
They turned out really good. I had to double the directions and everything turned out perfect.
Serena 21 Sep
They taste AMAZING! I would definitely make this again.
Rachel Garcia 3 Sep
I think i cooked it just a tad too long. But all in all it was selicious and my 4 yr old actually ate it.
Tolar 28 Jul
It was very good! Yummy
Brianne H. 8 Jul
great, everyone loved it
Michael K. 17 Jun
Juicy until I plated it. Ketchup was overpowering and I should have seared it first because the texture was not right.
Nikki D. 6 Jun
Sauce was super thin and the taste was ketchup. This recipe could definitely be fixed by adding some soy and honey or hot sauce....chops were tender tho
June S. 5 Jun
Thank you It was very tasty and tender with nice sauce. I will make it again.
Leah 17 May
Very tasty, taking off the foil near the end helped reduce the liquid
Regina K. 4 May
Big hit! Definitely making it again
Jess 4 May
I thought it was great but my family thought the sauce could have called for more ketchup.
Kelsey Davis 21 Apr
It was very juicy. Make more sauce than it calls for, I’d say double recipe.
Corbin 19 Apr
Really tasty! And simple...this is a keeper.
Darren Lay 9 Apr
Great! Seems I always over season my meat (more is better) trying to make it better.
Melanie Staudt 16 Mar
Not bad, but not fantastic. The sauce ends up being very watery once the juices accumulate from the pork.
Kristen Kippel-Gonzalez 26 Feb
Took the tin foil off a little earlier then stated, still turned out good
Michael Durand 21 Feb
It was okay, a little too much sweet and tasted too much like ketchup.
Arrick S. 3 Feb
I only coated one side of the chops but next time I’ll do both
Franchesca De Hoyos 23 Jan
It was delicious!!! I’ll definitely make it again!!!
chelsea C. 18 Jan
Amazing and delicious
Cheryl S. 15 Jan
These were very flavorful (but I tend to be heavy-handed on the fresh ground pepper), and everyone in the family enjoyed them. The recipe on the webpage has been updated to state that the brown sugar and ketchup are to be mixed with only 1 tablespoon of water, rather than the 1/2 cup listed on the Yummly ingredients; sauce was not runny at all. I did not need to baste, but I did remove the foil halfway through. To get the onions a little more browned, I broiled on high for a few minutes at the end of cooking, I thought the onions really made the dish, but my kids picked them off. Recommended as a quick, tasty weeknight dinner!
Carla P. 15 Jan
Lots of liquid in the pan, but it didn't affect the taste of the chops. Really good!
Hello Miracle 11 Jan
Pork chops were juicy, and the sauce pairs very nice with the pork chops
Kelley Presley 11 Jan
Very simple, cheap, DELICIOUS recipe! I would definitely recommend. I did however leave the tin foil on too long so mine turned out a little soupy but still delicious!
Rhonda 12 Dec 2017
I made these per the instructions but didn't have an onion so had to leave that out. My son said he believes that was the best tasting, juiciest, most tender chops I have ever made...and I agree. Who knew after years of trying recipes with dozens of spices, rubs and marinades that ketchup and brown sugar would win out? This was quick, easy and inexpensive. Thank you for my new go to pork chop recipe!
Ginny W. 6 Dec 2017
I liked the taste but my husband was not crazy about it; however, he is not a fan of change. The chops were very tender and juicy.