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Amazing recipe, great for a big company! Easy to cook. I just love my chops hot. Therefore I made the sauce first. I fried some bacon, took it off the pen, added some olive oil and then followed the recipe precisely. Also I used pomegranate/cherry juice once. Very good!
I’m so glad you liked it Anya!
I made this last night. It was great and the family loved it! I did need to thicken the sauce a teeny tiny bit but that’s all.
This looks amazing. My fiancee would love this since he loves pomegranate seeds! What carbs and veggies do you recommend pairing this with? Also, how do you mainain the pork chops moist and tender?
Hi, Jacqui! I’d go with roasted fall vegetables with this dish — roasted brussels sprouts, squash, and cauliflower. I think that would be fantastic. Maintaining moist and tender pork chops is mostly a matter of not overcooking them. Use a thermometer to check the internal temperature if you can, and just follow the instructions in the recipe. You can also brine your pork chops for a half hour or so in a mixture of 1/4 cup of salt mixed into 1 quart of water. The brine can help add some extra insurance. Enjoy!
This tasted great but I wanted the glaze to be thicker and coat the chops more. I tried to cook it down much more than the recipe called for and still too liquidy. Any suggestions?
Hi! I’m wondering if you added the butter, which does help thicken the glaze slightly. Perhaps start with 1 to 1 1/4 cups of pomegranate juice next time.. It is not a thick glaze, but it should have a little body. I hope that helps.
this recipe was made for me, like all things that contain pomegranate! looks yummy!
I will definitely try out this recipe for my family during Christmas.
I’m a sweet tooth so this recipe was like created for me :D