I found this one on one of my Fav sites! Cooks.com

8-10 extra thin sliced pork chops
2 cups honey (use more if needed)
soy sauce
These chops may be grilled or baked in the oven. Grilling on the BBQ is the best.

Pour honey into a bowl. Add soy sauce, stirring until sauce is a syrupy consistency. Place chops in a bowl or cake pan and cover with 1/2 of the sauce. (Place balance of sauce in a sauce pan.)

Let the chops marinate in refrigerator for as long as you wish. They can marinate all day for a stronger flavor or they can be dipped and grilled. Either way works.

Simmer the sauce in the saucepan over low heat until thickened. Store in a glass jar in refrigerator until needed.

Place chops on grill, brushing fresh marinade onto chops as needed (use the marinade which was stored in the jar but pour it out into a bowl before brushing so as not to contaminate the remaining gravy.)

Cook until juices no longer run pink when pierced by a fork. Chops may alternatively be baked in oven.

When chops are finished, pour sauce from the jar into a gravy dish (sauce will be thin) and serve chops accompanied by sauce, as desired.

Note: Discard marinating liquid - do not use for basting or as gravy, as this liquid contains raw pork juices.

Submitted by: J. McDanel


DawnCorrespondence said...

I'm trying this tomorrow, Debbi! I can't wait! Thanks for the great recipe!

DawnCorrespondence said...

These were delicious, Debbi! I marinated them for about 2-3 hours before cooking them and they turned out great! I ended up baking them in the oven, so I turned them over after a little while. I made some honey bran bread to go with it which was VERY good with it!! Thanks for the great recipe!

Kathy G said...

that is a great recipe, have to try this one. This should probably work for chicken

Debbi Andersen said...

Oh I bet you are Right Kattia!

I am actually making it tonight lol

I have it marinading now! I can't wait!


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