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      I have used a recipe I got in the mial years ago that my family loves. i even swap out chops for chicken! i have made this so often i just “know” what to do so i googled it to copy for you with my notations in parenthesis 🙂 i serve it with green beans and mashed taters.

      the sauce is great with or without chops, especially if you have a picky eater…

      jacqui c. in ne georgia

      san francisco chops


      4-6 pork chops
      1 tbsp oil

      2 tsp oil
      4-6 tbsp soy sauce
      2-4 tbsp brown sugar
      1 can chicken broth (I use water & bullion cube!) with garlic


      Brown the pork chops in oil in a skillet, then remove. Mix all ingredients for the sauce in the skillet. Put the chops back in the skillet and cover, simmer on low 30-45 minutes.

      Take chops out and thicken the sauce with cornstarch. Great served over white rice with sauce poured on top. (Makes 4-6)

      Prep time: 10 minutes
      Cook time: 45 minutes
      Total time: 55 minutes

      On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 1:59 AM, Nicole <> wrote:

      I have 5 pork chops that need to be cooked. I do not know what recipes
      besides asian recipes that I can use the prok in. They need to be

      cooked because they have thawed. I am going to cook one and cut it into
      strips and put it in my husband's lunch for a sandwich but I have 4
      other chops to use.


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