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Old 02-24-2008, 01:51 PM   #1
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Very Cherry Pork Chops

You can fry up the pork chops in a skillet or cook them under the broiler if you don't want to use your BBQ.
Enjoy! Debbie

VERY CHERRY PORK CHOPS



4 to 6 PORK CHOPS
1 cup(s) CHERRY PRESERVES
2 teaspoon(s) LEMON JUICE
1/8 teaspoon(s) RED PEPPER FLAKES
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In a sauce pan or in a microwave; heat preserves, lemon juice and pepper flakes until bubbly.
Remove from heat and set a side to thicken.
Season pork chops with salt and pepper or your favorite seasonings.
Cook pork chops on BBQ until done.
To serve, spoon preserves over top of pork chops.
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Old 02-24-2008, 01:57 PM   #2
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If dh ever gets to where he can eat again, I am definately going to try this. He love chops and cherries.
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Old 02-24-2008, 02:01 PM   #3
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I don't really care for pork chops but this looks good! I just might try it and perhaps change my mind about chops !
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Old 02-24-2008, 02:02 PM   #4
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If dh ever gets to where he can eat again, I am definately going to try this. He love chops and cherries.
He will love this then. My son is not a pork chop fan, but he sure does love this.
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I don't really care for pork chops but this looks good! I just might try it and perhaps change my mind about chops !
I think this could change your mind. My son is just like you and he will eat this.
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Ol-blue - just went back and looked at your apple/porkchop bake which family really liked. My daughter never did take strongly to cooking (she gets by ) and really likes my porkchops that I bake and allow to come to fork tender. That's the way I did your apple/chop combo. Apples were losing their shape but that was ok.

Do you see a way to take the cherry idea and do the same thing as your apple idea - maybe less the extras like the cheese you used on the chops. Any ideas?
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You can fry up the pork chops in a skillet or cook them under the broiler if you don't want to use your BBQ.
Enjoy! Debbie

VERY CHERRY PORK CHOPS



4 to 6 PORK CHOPS
1 cup(s) CHERRY PRESERVES
2 teaspoon(s) LEMON JUICE
1/8 teaspoon(s) RED PEPPER FLAKES
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In a sauce pan or in a microwave; heat preserves, lemon juice and pepper flakes until bubbly.
Remove from heat and set a side to thicken.
Season pork chops with salt and pepper or your favorite seasonings.
Cook pork chops on BBQ until done.
To serve, spoon preserves over top of pork chops.
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Old 02-24-2008, 02:28 PM   #8
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Ol-blue - just went back and looked at your apple/porkchop bake which family really liked. My daughter never did take strongly to cooking (she gets by ) and really likes my porkchops that I bake and allow to come to fork tender. That's the way I did your apple/chop combo. Apples were losing their shape but that was ok.

Do you see a way to take the cherry idea and do the same thing as your apple idea - maybe less the extras like the cheese you used on the chops. Any ideas?
When I first decided to try cooking with the preserves, I tried it with some pork chops in foil on the BBQ. The preserves turned a weird color. I thought that could have been due to the heat and the length of time being cooked. It was good, just not appetizing.

I want to play with it some more because the flavor is so outstanding. I just have to figure out how long is to long for baking with the preserves. Maybe if it wasn't wrapped in foil with all that steam it would work. Maybe the canned pie cherry filling would be better for you.
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LOL...Enjoy! Debbie
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mmmm, I just happen to have a couple big chops thawing right now for tonight's dinner.....
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