Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Sweet and Sour Pork Chops

Pork Chops
1 cut onion
1 lemon
Brown Sugar

This recipe is really a no-measure recipe. Just place enough pork chops to fill the bottom of a baking pan (we have used bone-in and boneless). Spread the onion to cover. I DO NOT like fresh onions and use dehydrated for all of my recipies. However, dehydrated do not work for this recipe and the fresh ones are yummy in it. Squirt the lemon over the chops (bottled lemon juice works fine). Sprinkle brown sugar and dot with ketchup, just eyeballing the amount. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 1/2 hours. Really scientific recipe, I know, but it is YUMMY and SOOO easy.

This recipe is great for the carnivour in your family and great when you have a bunch of pork chops you don't know what to do with. We like to serve the pork chops on rice, of course, and drench them and the rice in the sauce. YUM-O!


Birgitta said...

Sounds good and way easy! I will try it!

Heather said...

Yay! I'm not alone in my posting of recipes! I am excited to try this too, I need your sweet n sour chicken too!


Danielle said...

yep! I will put recipes on here... I love this idea! Way to go, Hobber! Now I just want to get with it enough to take a picture of the recipe that I post...some recipes are easier with a picture so you know that you are doing it right. And by the way, Kimbo's is the sweet and sour chicken recipe that you need. I cheat and marinade mine in the crocket pot using a bottle from this stuff I bought at Macey's!

Kathy Perrins said...

I like Kimbo' and Birgitta's I have been wanting Birgs this past little while

Birgitta said...

You want my sweet and sour chicken recipe? Sure..I will post!

Birgitta said...

I bought the stuff that I needed for the dish...except I forgot the lemon. Man! I will let you know how this turns out!