World's Best Honey Garlic Pork Chops
A quick and simple grilled pork chop that everyone will love featuring a simple and easy glaze.
A quick and simple grilled pork chop that everyone will love featuring a simple and easy glaze.
I don't normally go ga-ga over a recipe, even if I like it. I have to say, however, that these were the best pork chops I have ever eaten. I chose to bake the chops due to weather. My wife even told me to go online and give it five stars. No argument from me!!Read More
I also baked it in the oven, as others did. I was not impressed at all. I had pork in a watery sauce and the meat had no flavor. I decided to broil the meat slightly to make it crispy, and I thickened the watery sauce and put it over the pork as I broiled it. Which was better than after just baking it. I may try this on the grill, I don't use my grill much in the winter. Otherwise, I will not be making this recipe again.Read More
I don't normally go ga-ga over a recipe, even if I like it. I have to say, however, that these were the best pork chops I have ever eaten. I chose to bake the chops due to weather. My wife even told me to go online and give it five stars. No argument from me!!
I baked it in the oven. 350 degrees for 45 minutes. I turned them over every 15min, so twice. When I turned them, I brushed them with the glaze. They were so yummy, I'm making it again tonight. I used garlic salt instead of crushed. I'm so happy I found this recipe!
Very tasty, John Chandler! I must admit that I used pork chops that were way too thick! I will promise myself to only use bone-in pork chops from now on! I did brine my chops for a few hours before BBQing them. The sauce is very mild and very delicious! Thanks for a very delicious pork chop that will be repeated in the future. Afterthought: I was thinking about this sauce in the middle of the night. I think next time I'll crush rather than mince my garlic, and I'll mix up the sauce several hours ahead of time so the flavors really have more of a chance to meld.
How do you turn plain ol pork chops into something SPECIAL on a Sunday afternoon? You make THIS!! MY OH MY! I didn't have enough honey so I added a squirt of maple syrup and a few dashes of Chipotle hot sauce and about 5 garlic cloves! Out to the grill I go..... Seasoned the chops with salt n pepper, grill for 4-5 minutes, slather with sauce, turn over, 2-3 more minutes and slather again. Watch them like a Hawk, they will burn in a HOT MINUTE! This sauce CRAZY GOOOD
We loved this! I'm not great at grilling so I baked it at 350 for 40 minutes. Also, I only had about 1/4 cup ketchup until I ran out so I mixed it with 1/4 cup Heinz 57. Turned out to be a happy accident! In the future I might add a pinch of ginger or some brown sugar to change it up a little. Will definitely be having this again. DELICIOUS!!!!
I just made this but baked them in the oven at 375.. Turning a few times and adding more sauce each turn, came out amazing juicy and delicious!
BEST ever! The only thing I would have changed is that I would hve marinated them in the sauce prior and made extra for dipping...because it was THAT good!
Very good! Added a splash more soy sauce, 3 cloves of garlic instead of 2, and 3.5 tbsp of honey instead of suggested amount. Made these on my George Forman grill with boneless chops... Kept the top open and seared as suggested before coating with glaze. Coated multiple times and flipped halfway through. As the glaze ran off the grill I collected it in a plate so I could use some of the thickened glaze to pour on the chops at the end before serving. Nice and moist!
I have tried this recipe both baked and grilled and it is definitely much better grilled but regardless of how you cook it it still comes out delicious! Great recipe
Very good sauce. I couldn’t grill these so this is what I did. I seared each side in a pan and then put the chops in a pan. Poured the sauce( which I doubled) into the hot pan to carmelize a bit. I poured the sauce over the chops and baked them in the oven uncovered for 45 minutes at 350. The sauce is what makes this so delicious. UPDATE: I bbq’ed these and they are just as delicious. Make sure you follow instructions to pull them off when the internal temp is as directed. That’s what keeps them moist.
I also baked it in the oven, as others did. I was not impressed at all. I had pork in a watery sauce and the meat had no flavor. I decided to broil the meat slightly to make it crispy, and I thickened the watery sauce and put it over the pork as I broiled it. Which was better than after just baking it. I may try this on the grill, I don't use my grill much in the winter. Otherwise, I will not be making this recipe again.
I found this recipe a few weeks ago and i have made the sauce for this probably 6 times already. I have put in on pork chops, and chicken. The sauce is awesome. Only thing i have done different from the recipe, is after browning the chops or chicken, i pour the sauce over everything in the skillet, and let everything cook that way. It thickens the sauce very nicely and glazes to the meat.
Easy to do and tastes great. Ate it with a side salad and garlic bread. Next time I'll try adding some sirracha to add a kick. We really like garlic so I used 4 cloves and I minced them instead of crushing as suggested. It's a keeper for sure.
I LOVED this recipe. I brined my bone-in pork chops in water, salt, and mesquite liquid smoke for about 4 hours before searing them on the stove and slathering them in yummy honey garlic glaze, then finally finishing them off in the oven. Also, another thing which I think is a MUST is adding some type of spice to the honey garlic glaze. That sweet and spicy flavor is to die for. A+ recipe. Definitely try this out for a tasty change up from traditional pan-seared pork chops. Especially if you enjoy sweet and savory oriental-like flavors. Serve with roasted red potatoes and some veggies and you got yourself a fine meal!
Great flavor! I had to bake the chops because it was too cold to grill but they turned out very tasty and moist. I would definitely make this again.
I like simplicity in a recipe, and this is great just as it is. Chili sauce also works instead of ketchup. May try chipotle ketchup another time. Today I happened to have half a lime that needed to be used, so added a bit of lime juice, which is not necessary, but was nice. There is more than enough basting sauce. I think next time I'll hold back about half, cook it in the microwave a bit and serve it on the side with the chops after glazing them with the rest of the sauce. This recipe is a keeper!
After reading other reviews stating it was too tomatoey, I decided to change the honey for molasses. I think it really worked. It was really good. I also added Wright's liquid smoke, a little balsamic vinegar, and some Tobasco. I did charcoal grill them, but I think the molasses and liquid smoke would kick it up a notch if cooked in the oven as well.
I came across this recipe 3 weeks ago and have already made it twice. It is absolutely delicious. I baked it at 350 for 45 min and turned them over twice (like Jill in the comments suggested) and coated both sides with the glaze each time. I modified the glaze the second time i made this and added 3 tbs of honey instead of the suggested amount, added a pinch of garlic powder, onion powder and ground ginger. I also seasoned the pork with salt and pepper. I served this with roasted potatoes and carrots and cheddar broccoli and cauliflower.
Everyone I've made this for has loved it. It's a great way to add some flavor to pork chops and make a quick family meal.
I baked the pork chops rather than grill them and they were wonderful. I refrigerated the leftover sauce and used it later on chicken and it was just as delicious. I think I might add a bit more garlic next time just to bump the flavor up a bit. Definitely a keeper!
good, not anything to write home about
I made it as outlined. I was pleasantly surprised given the ratio of ketchup to other ingredients. I was worried it was jut going to taste like ketchup. But it didn't; it was really tasty. It paired very well with the pork chops--my spouse loved it! If I were to change anything, I'd add a bit of cayenne to give it a spicy kick we love. However, easy and great as is!
My husband doesn't care for a lot of pork and loves this. it's our go to pork recipe now.
Simple and delish!!! I followed the recipe exactly - everyone over for dinner could not stop raving about how moist and grat the pork chops were!
Uniquely subtle; yet bold at times, sweet taste that brings something new and different to the dinner table. I marinated the chops for 1 hour beforehand using a marinade that included apple cider vinegar, lemon zest, raw honey, garlic, soy sauce, and some salt and pepper. Delicious!
This was good, but not great. It was a snap to put together; I’ll give it that! I would make it again if I were pinched for time and needed to put something together quickly
Loved it very tasty will make again and again
Seriously good. That sweet but somewhat salty and savory taste. It's so fast to make so give it a try!
The only change i made was that i added 1 tsp of sriracha sauce to add a kick. They were great. Perfect for the grill. Made with potato salad and it was a perfect meal.
I don't have a grill so I had to cook it on a stove top. Very simple and yet still very savory. Something is missing, but a nice recipe when you are short on time. I will definitely be trying this again on a grill!
These were good and very tasty. I served with potato salad and grilled pineapple. Thanks for sharing John Chandler!
To be fair...I cooked the chops on the stove top and not the grill...I don't have a grill but I wanted to make pork chops a different way and this sounded good. I did LIKE this and it was different...but with the soy sauce in the ingredients I just expected more of an Asian flavor...which is why I went for this recipe. It was Good but I'm giving it 3 stars because it just tasted like a honey garlic barbeque sauce... I personally did not taste the soy sauce...the ketchup was more of what I tasted. Perhaps next time I will try it on a grill and have a different experience. However, I am keeping this recipe as its a GOOD, Quick honey BBQ sauce to make from semi-scratch verses buying BBQ sauce in a jar overflowing with preservatives... Yiick!
This glaze hit every spot on our tongues! Delicious. I will use this often.
Been tweaking it everytime I make it. This last time added some red pepper flake and a dash of Worcestershire sauce. Awesome and easy!!
My husband Really loved it he usually likes applesauce with his pork and he said it was a perfect partnership!
very tasty, we all liked it a lot. served with zucchini and potato bake for a complete meal! thanks for the post Johnchandler!
As a novice in the kitchen, this was a very easy recipe for me. It was also absolutely delicious and we will definitely be adding it to our repitoire. I baked our chops instead of grilling it, but the sauce was so tasty!!
I'll skip the ketchup next time, & maybe add maple syrup.
This is a keeper! I didn't have pork chops the 1st time, so used chicken. It was equally as good as the 2nd time around with Pork! Like others I upped the garlic and sirracha was a nice little kick to this recipe. I've even used brown sugar when I was out of honey and it works fine. I finally found a way for my husband to eat pork chops.
This was not my cup of tea. Reminded me of an Asian seasoning...tangy and sweet. Just wasn't my flavor. After the reviews I was trying to open my mind and mouth to new flavors... this wasn't it. Sorry.
I’ve made this recipe many times and it’s never let me down. Also note that this sauce can be used on pork ribs too. Boil the ribs for 10-15 min until white. Then Marinate the pork ribs for 1 hour or so in ziplock bags and then BBQ. Keep basting the ribs with the extra sauce in the bags. I posted a picture. HUGE hit with the family. Excellent sauce!
Normally pork chops are a flop in my house but these were a hit. Thanks for the recipe.
Perhaps it wasn't to my liking because I baked it and didn't grill it. This notwithstanding, it was a little to tomatoey for mi tastes.
I was really excited to try this recipe. After reading the reviews, I made the sauce a day ahead so the flavors could meld overnight. It was just ok. I probably won't make it again.
I cooked them in a cast iron pan because we can't grill in our building. They came out perfect. Nice, quick and easy recipe with a ton of flavor
wonderful! I doubled it and like, quadrupled the garlic(personal preference, there's never enough!), but these had everyone in the house drooling as soon as I brought them in! perfect weeknight dinner!!
My family said the chops were bland and dry.
These were fantastic to say the least & I even used the glaze recipe on some boneless skinless chicken thighs in the oven & those were awesome also .
This recipe was a hit! I made a few weeks ago and making it again tonight. It is a staple in our meal rotation. Simple, easy and delish! Most importantly, less than five ingredients. Enjoy!
I Made these chops but adjusted the recipe to my needs and they were a hit !! I used center but boneless pork chops , pan dear both sides pop Em in the oven and glazed twice ... so yummy
I don’t usually submit reviews... but, these were Absolutely the Best pork chops I’ve ever had! I made them in the oven, due to the weather, but can’t wait to try them on the grill. Also, want to try on chicken. Good job! Thanks for sharing this recipe!
This was delicious! I served it with Speatzle with caramelized onions and grilled asparagus.
The prep time and cook time were accurate. Taste was flavorful. Next time I think I'll add some chile flakes and balance that sweetness with a little heat.
Oh my, this was fantastic. Do yourself a favor and grill them. Brine first, all day as another reviewer suggested.
Baked in oven absolutely wonderful.
We loved this glaze!
It was just ok. Didn't seem to add much flavor at all.
Excellent!!! A new family favorite.
Great recipe, I have made this a couple times the boys love it.
Definitely will make again! I seasoned the pork chops before glazing. So good!!
Doubled the ingredients on a 1 pack of country style spare ribs. My family like it, but needs a little bit more soy or salt. Next time I will marinade it overnight before cooking. I bake it uncovered at 500 F for 20 min; then decreased the temp. to 350 for the next 1 hr and 40 min covered with foil. The result very soft, meat is fork tender and fell off the bone!
So good! We have 7 kiddos so finding good meals that they also enjoy is pretty challenging. This one was a hit wit the whole family. Saved for several future dinners!! ? Amazing with Parmesan crusted lemon butter red potatoes!
Made as described..nothing special! ...Not a worlds best!!
I personally did not like this recipe, but my husband did.
So easy, so tasty! The pork turned out "cut with fork" tender. The potatoes had so much flavor. Will make again.
This was awesome. I added a pinch of dried hot peppers for some zip. Yummy
My seven year old son LOVED this recipe, and my husband and I really enjoyed it. I had brined the pork chops ahead of time - as some people had suggested - and it made the pork chops extra juicy.
Recipe was great I use garlic powder and add onion powder to it
I cooked this on the stovetop in a skillet but it was still delicious!
This is my go to marinade. Very easy and always tasty. Sometimes I cut the recipe in half as many times I cook three pork chops. Would be good on chicken too. I don’t do any substitutions.
These were delicious! I don’t have a grill so I baked them, I just kept flipping them and putting the sauce on.
I didn't modify the recipe (not the first time) and it turned out delicious. I'll definitely make it again.
Recipe sound so great that I used it on a small pork tenderloin. Excellent as I thought it might be. Will also try o pork chops. Very happy!!!
I made the dish as described and it was quick, easy, and delicious. I added some sliced potatoes and red, orange, and yellow peppers and onions to the grill. A complete meal done at the same time. Everyone enjoyed it and definitely have added this to my "favorite" recipe in my recipe box.
Super easy and a big hit at home ! Sauce would be great on any meat !
We didn’t love this. Sorry, but wasn’t anything special and just mediocre. Three for actual flavor. Gave it a two because I felt like a decent bottled sauce could give same or better results.
Very tasty, I think I would prefer to bake them as the sauce did not stay on the chops as well as I hoped on the grill. But I really liked the taste of the sauce tho.
I actually used this for a pork tenderloin. I marinated it after poking holes in the tenderloin. Marinated for about 2 hours. Cooked for 20 min. at 425 degrees Thanks for the recipe... My family loved it!
No changes they were delish!
It didn't glaze as well as I would have liked, but I may have needed to kick up the heat on my grill. My family liked it though! Pretty tasty and easy! I will definitely make it again.
Super easy and yummy!
We liked that this was quick and easy. We are going to try putting the glaze on after the first side sears. We didn't get good carmelization of the glaze. It was a decent flavor for the effort.
Family came back for 2nds!
Definitely will make again
Very easy and good. I made them in the oven but they would have been even more amazing on the grill. I made it the way the recipe stated bit marinated it 24 hours. Wonderful!!!
Very good recipe for grilled pork. I found the sauce a little bland, overall a quick easy recipe.
Excellent just as suggested. Loved it.
The glaze just ran off so it didn't really flavor the chops like I expected. I followed the recipe so idk what happened.
This was very good. I only had about a tablespoon of honey. so I added brown sugar to make up the difference. Great flavor. Thanks for sharing.
Being from metro Saint Louis, I like my sauces sweet. I doubled the recipe and added about 1/4 cup brown sugar and simmered the sauce for a few minutes before coating my chops (which I baked rather than grill due to our crazy winter windy freezing weather). I served with homemade mashed potatoes and corn. Yummy!
Simple and delicious!y
Not bad. Followed recipe as-is and it was good
Super quick, fast & easy! I added a tad more crushed garlic and it was amazing. My only change would be using a slightly thicker chop; but other than that absolutely no problems with this one! A++++
Made this because of the many glowing reviews and I needed a quick and easy prep for my chops. Recipe was just ok. I felt the ketchup taste was just to much for my liking, and overall it was too sweet. I don’t think I will make this one again, sorry.
I read this recipe too fast and didn't realize it was for grilled pork chops. I dont know how to grill, so still I went ahead and made it as I originally planned... by searing then baking and it came out pretty decently
Great recipe and SO easy! I doubled the recipe and had a little too much sauce leftover. But it was worth it to have plenty to drizzle on after the cook. I laid on a lot more sauce and cooked for the last few minutes to really caramelize and thicken the sauce to make it sticky.