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Garlic Ginger Chops

Rated as 4.13 out of 5 Stars

"Marinated for 2 hours these chops are very good, marinated all day they are exquisite. These can be done wonderfully on the bbq...just omit the crumb coating. Enjoy!"
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Ingredients

3 h servings 291 cals
Original recipe yields 4 servings

Directions

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  1. Place pork chops, soy sauce, ginger, garlic, and black pepper into a large, resealable, plastic bag. Shake the bag gently to combine everything, and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. These are excellent done in the morning, and left to sit all day.
  2. Heat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
  3. In a shallow dish, combine bread crumbs and sesame seeds. Remove chops from marinade, making sure there are no ginger slices clinging to the meat, and lay them in the crumb mixture to coat. If you like, place pieces of garlic from the marinade on the chops. Place chops on a rack or baking sheet.
  4. Bake for approximately 45 minutes, or until done

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 291 calories; 10 g fat; 27.4 g carbohydrates; 22.5 g protein; 37 mg cholesterol; 3828 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

you really do need to cut back on the soy sause. Maybe just 1/2 cup next time. However, family still enjoyed it.

Most helpful critical review

These pork chops are interesting. I am not sure I cared for the combination of the marinade and the breading. It just didn't mesh well in my opinion.

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These pork chops are interesting. I am not sure I cared for the combination of the marinade and the breading. It just didn't mesh well in my opinion.

I wish I would have read the reviews before making these chops. I agree- they were just way too salty. The soy sauce overpowered the garlic and ginger, I couldn't taste them at all. I will tr...

you really do need to cut back on the soy sause. Maybe just 1/2 cup next time. However, family still enjoyed it.

I added some rice wine vinegar to the marinade, because I was concerned with the reviews about how salty this would be - plus, I like how the acid in the vinegar tenderizes the meat. I doubled ...

tasted great! i used a little more ginger than listed, threw in some sesame seeds and cut the soy sauce to about a 1/4 cup. when i took the chops out of the marinade, i coated them in sesame see...

They were entirely tooooo salty for my taste, but my husband loved them! If you like salt, I imagine you would like 'em!

Marinated all day and was very moist! I agree the soy was a bit salty tasting but served with mash potatoes and wasn't as noticable. Overall very tasty though! Hubby enjoyed...thanks!

Delicious - Marinated chops overnight, then coated with breadcrumbs and sesame seeds and baked in the oven - I didn't find it too salty at all using low sodium soy sauce.

TOO Salty¡TOM didn't like it at all.