Korean Pork Chops
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- In a medium size bowl whisk together soy sauce, honey, garlic, ginger, sesame oil and sweet chili sauce. It’ll make just over 1 cup of marinade.Reserve half the marinade, set aside. Pour the other half of the marinade over pork chops and marinate for at least 10 minutes. Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat; add pork chops to skillet, discard remaining marinade.
- Cook for 5 minutes or until chops have browned on one side.
- Flip the pork chops and add the reserved marinade to the pan; cook for 5 more minutes or until the pork reaches an internal temperature between 145 degrees F. (medium rare) and 160 degrees F. (medium). Let rest for 3 minutes before serving.
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Matthew C. 8 days ago
Very delicious. Had a thick cut chop and finished by braising in deglazed port sauce.
Michele P. 11 days ago
It turned out perfectly!!
Jill H 12 days ago
loved this! being my first yummly recipe as well im so excited to see other great things i can make! these had a delightful flavor that stayed in your palette as you chew through the chops!
Quindao 16 days ago
its good but it turns out too salty for me..next time ill use low sodium soy sauce
SuperOctober71 .. 18 days ago
I followed the exact recipe and it turned out great. My family and I really enjoyed the chops.
Jess Cross 20 days ago
yummy 😍 marinate longer, little lime juice add chili flakes
Lisa Allen 2 months ago
Turned out really good. Nice flavor and very easy to make
Emily Grace Simpson 2 months ago
awesome! Easy to put together and turned out great
Paula Campbell 2 months ago
The Korean Pork Chops turned out great. Everybody liked them. This recipe will be on permanent rotation.
Hayes 2 months ago
Very tasty. Followed the recipe with no changes. Will make again.
Ryan M. 2 months ago
Very tender but extremely salty. I followed the recipe exactly and it was overbearing. I think I’ll use low sodium or dilute with water next time.
Kurt Siepman 3 months ago
Loved it. No modifications. I will make it again.
Ceris Dunn 3 months ago
It was so good!! My kids even loved it!
Mireya 3 months ago
It was delicious will definetly be making again!
Christopher Abela 3 months ago
very easy and a great dish for young family
Dar 3 months ago
this was sooooo good. i will definitely be making this again. make marinade ahead of time.
Kevin Koontz 3 months ago
It turned out amazing. Would definitely make it again!
Steffie 3 months ago
lovely taste but strong flavour. i only use half of the soy sauce that was suggested and diluted with water.
Shii 3 months ago
I loved it especially the pop of ginger taste. I marinated mine a little over 2 hours though; and after browning both sides of the chop I had it simmer a little then i remove from stove top and place in the oven for a few mins.
Walter 3 months ago
solid flavor profile, though even with extra time marinating and basting it didn't quite pickup the flavors to the level I'd like.
Chris Glidden 4 months ago
easy to throw together. tasty
Nancy Yu 4 months ago
Juicy and flavorful. Careful with the searing because of the honey.
Brittany Kinder 4 months ago
loved it! followed the recipe exactly.
Gretchen Allman 4 months ago
Excellent. Used all the liquid in with the last step
phdcook 4 months ago
Awesome! Easy to cook!
Anabel 4 months ago
Easy, delicious, making it again!!
McCowan 4 months ago
First time trying anything Korean, and we really liked it. Had a nice spice to it but not too hot. Keeping this one in the rotation!
Claridge 4 months ago
used less garlic but for few chops
Washburn 4 months ago
I don't know what I was expecting. I followed the recipe exactly. It smelled delicious. I let it set overnight. Be warned, it has a strong flavor. The taste of freshly grated ginger root is still in my mouth so you might want to cut that back. Plus, do not think you can walk away from that pan while your chops are frying for the 5 minutes called for because that marinade can burn faster than you can move to save it. I'll try it again.
Piov 4 months ago
Delicious, but instead of raw ginger, I used Spiced World Squeeze Ginger.