Great chops!! They weren't too spicy (probably because I accidently lost most of the seeds when I drained the peppers, lol), but had a really nice smokey flavor. Loved the hint of orange in these too. Thanks Toni for another great recipe. Made for Zaar Stars Tag.
This is an outstanding recipe and one that I will be making again. The chops were left in the marinade overnight. They are tender, moist. They were served with baked sweet potatoes and a side salad. Made for *Give Me 5*
I used jalapeno peppers in place of the ancho chilies, and discarded the seeds due to "Whimps" for friends, who don't like a lot of heat. They were pleasantly surprised with the finished product and enjoyed them as much as I did. This is a delicious way to make chops and the chops were so flavorful and tender! The sauce was "To Die For" good and this will be repeated here soon, the next time with rice so I can pour some of the sauce on top! Thank you for sharing this recipe with us Toni! Made for 123 Hit Wonders 2/09 Linda
Excellent chops, Toni! I did not prepare them myself, but we had the pleasure of having them served to us last mo in Dallas. DH & I were the *tender palate guests* mentioned by *SusieQusie* in her review. A big bonus w/this recipe is how low-fat & low-cal a pork w/sauce recipe can be. Thx to you (& SQ) for sharing your recipe w/us. :-)
These chops are to die for!! Not enough stars to describe the taste. I didn't dry off the chops before I seared them. They were scrumptious. Will have these again and again! Thanks, toni, for a great recipe.
I loved the sauce on these chops! I made just as written, doubled up, and marinated the meat for 8 hours or so. I opted to de-seed the peppers since my guests did not share my love of very spicy foods. After the chops were done, I reduced the sauce considerably. (actually, I forgot about it but we will keep that tidbit to ourselves ;-) These were simple to make and tasted as if I went to a lot of trouble. Thanks for sharing your recipe!