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Pork chops, pork chops, pork chops!
I say it like a mantra because I love pork chops. I love it most when the glaze compliments the meat. My favorite pork chop glaze was made from the combination of sugar, lots of garlic, a secret family spice, soy sauce, and a little vinegar. When the meat is being grilled and the glaze is being brushed onto the meat, the smell just permeates the air and my mouth instantly waters.
I don’t like the combination of sweet and sour, but if they just compliment the meat and not overpower its natural taste, then it’s fine. This pork chop recipe that I found gave the meat two distinct tastes that just blend when you take a bite. So try this recipe and savor the end product!
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Quick Tip: Serve with your favorite sides like mashed potatoes or rice pilaf.