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I think this recipe has great potential.. While I am not a big fan of "baked" pork chop recipes I think this one is excellent under the broiler. I just personally think that broiling is more flavorful than baking. The lemon juice accents the barbecue sauce with just enough "zing" and adds great flavor. I highly recommend people to try this but with broiling 4-5 mins on each side instead of baking it in the sauce.
My fiance really liked these. I was not crazy about them something about the syrupy stuff that you get when the barbecue sauce is all cooked blah. If I did it agian I would probably just marinate the chops in the barbecue and lemon and then cook them without all the sauce in the pan.Heck maybe i wasnt supposed to put in in there. It doesnt really say.
ADD LEMON ZEST FOR MORE "ZING" Cooked this for kids -- they LOVED it. I cooked in electric skillet used KC Masterpiece sauce and sprinkled the zest from two lemons on chops while cooking (in addition to the lemon juice).