Glazed Pork-Chops with a kick

One night I wanted something spicy, something sweet and the only meat I had was pork chops. I have made pork before and, not going to lie, it was not that great. I sat down did some searching for a decent recipe and just couldn’t find anything that I was really interested in. So I figured that it can’t be that hard to come up with my own sweet and spicy sauce that would pair perfectly with pork. And I am sure happy that I did it myself!

The tanginess was perfect, the spice just right and the sweet not too much. I had perfectly blended together the right amount of ingredients and created a sauce that I will probably use on just about anything. So if you’re ready, here it is…..

You’ll want to make sure you have all these ingredients before you start…..

Also, I did not take exact measurements of the ingredients used. You will want to use anywhere from 1-3 TSP of the spices and 2-4 TBSP of the sauces. I added more red-pepper flakes and honey than the others and very little ginger and turmeric.

  • Pork-chops
  • red-pepper flakes (more than the other spices)
  • paprika
  • ginger (small amount)
  • turmeric (small amount)
  • garlic powder
  • onion powder
  • salt
  • pepper
  • honey (more than the other sauces)
  • teriyaki sauce
  • worcestershire sauce
  • soy sauce
  • olive oil

Now lets begin……

  1. First you want to start by taking the olive oil and heating that in a skillet. Then take your pork-chops and sprinkle them (on both sides) with a little bit of salt,pepper, paprika, ginger, turmeric,garlic and onion powders.
  2. Take the honey, red-pepper flakes, paprika, ginger, turmeric, garlic and onion powders, salt, pepper, teriyaki sauce, worcestershire sauce, soy sauce and  blend together to get a medium type consistency.
  3. Now that your olive oil has heated in your skillet add the pork-chops. Cook on medium-high heat until they are just about done.
  4. Now lower the heat to a low-medium setting and add the tangy sauce that you have made. You will want to simmer the sauce with the meat till it thickens up, so I would say about 7-8 minutes, maybe shorter or longer.

Take your pork-chops and place on plate and drizzle the leftover sauce that is in your pan onto the top of your chops. And there you have it. Simple yet delicious!

Please try this out and leave me a comment below! ENJOY!

*For side dishes I made stuffing and garlic mashed potatoes to go with it.




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