These sticky honey soy pork chops are an easy dinner. Marinate in the morning, cook up in 20 minutes at night.
For as much as I love bacon, it’s a rare day that pork chops make their way into my shopping cart. It’s an even rarer day, when I make them at home and can say I truly enjoyed them. They’re usually just a non-red meat alternative when I’m sick of chicken kinda thing. 9 times out of 10 the chicken wins. Although, at least there aren’t any chances of heads still being attached when dealing with pork.
These chops were calling my name though. They were boneless (cutting around the bone = super annoyance. Also, a mess since cutting never works and then I’m left shoving a pork bone into my mouth not so dissimilarly to a dog) thicker than a filet mignon and on sale. Winning.
The result was something like that mall Chinese food court honey soy chicken taken up a million notches just on pork.
It’s sticky, sweet, gingery with a hint of spice and makes pork anything but boring.
This would be that 1 time the pork wins. Like shut-out wins. Pork 10 million, chicken 0.