- 2 pork chops (make the recipe as is. For 4 chops double the recipe for 6 chops triple the recipe.)
- 1 tablespoon soy sauce
- 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
- 1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons ketchup
PER SERVING *
|Calories380Calories from Fat180|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat180|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
Bev W. 4 hours ago
Beautiful. Would definitely make again.
. 2 days ago
This was the most tender, delicious pork chop I ever ate. So easy to make .
Russell 18 days ago
yummy and simple . a few vegies with cheese sauce.
Lisa 28 days ago
I used medium thick pork chops, sauce was great, a bit dry. I might go with thicker cut pork chops next time.
Nelson 22 Jun
awesome i loved it , turned out perfectly delicious
Noelle Colon 16 Jun
it was very delicious, i substituted the worstershire for teriyaki sauce
Hello Ronda 13 Jun
Even with over cooking my pork chops the sauce was to die for!! Next time I’ll make sure my timer is set!!
Yummly User 11 Jun
Good we will try agAin
Sarah E. 10 Jun
we used thin boneless pork chops and they got a little over cooked, even after reducing the bake time. next time, ill only bake them 10 to 15 max on each side. beside that, the sauce was amazing!
Hope R. 7 Jun
I'm usually not a fan of pork chops so I'm always looking for new ways to cook them and this definitely I give five stars it was really good the sauce was good turned out awesome I enjoyed them I will be making this recipe again
Barbara S. 31 May
Cut the cooking time in half but the two chops weren't as tender as two (same cut) we had braised the week before, also a bit dry. Nice flavor, though. I might try using it as a marinade (with a bit of balsamic) and braising in a cast iron pan.
Perdue 28 May
phenomenal taste i loved the sauce
yes Orr 28 May
very good will definitely make again
Pyper 23 May
Fantastic! Even my picky toddlers loved it.
Josh 21 May
So delicious!! My family loved it. Next time I will tweak the temperature a bit. Cook at a lower starting temp and only 15 mins instead of 30 with out the foil. My oven is a mess but it was so tasty! Thank goodness for the self clean feature.
Teresa T. 18 May
This was a winner for me because it was easy and my mom loved it!
Shelley B. 10 May
Fantastic. I was asked for the recipe!
James D. 29 Apr
I will definitely make this again
Sue V. 27 Apr
I really liked it! Sauce was great just be careful not to over cook
Lee 26 Apr
Bake for only 20 minutes
Khanasha Benjamin 24 Apr
added some sauteed mushroom and onions after it was baked......family LOVED IT!
Stephanie Viccaro 22 Apr
They were over cooked but the sauce was great
Bernadette Jankowski 19 Apr
great will make again
EVERETTE B. 16 Apr
I tried this recipe (added some teriyaki sauce) and it was absolutely divine! I love a good piece chop, and hands down —this was the best baked pork chop recipe EVER! #LovedIt 💯👏🏽😌😜🤩😎👍🏽
Kelsey Davis 15 Apr
Loved the taste but it took a long time to bake. I’m just impatient 😊
Mike A. 11 Apr
Awesome!! Very easy and the instructions are dead on! For thinner chops...I’d lesson the time by 10 minutes for each round of cooking
anna 10 Apr
We grilled them and they were tasty!
Valerie Felder 9 Apr
i have to make more sauce but it was delicious
Pamela 7 Apr
It was great I would make it again
Des 6 Apr
Soooo good!!! We pan seared the pork chops prior to baking them. And because some reviews said the pork chops came out a little dry we reduced the baking time from 30 minutes to 15 minutes after removing the foil. And we had 6 chops so of course we tripled the sauce ingredients. Defintely we'll be making these again!