Boneless pork loin chops are simmered in a Marsala wine, garlic, and herb sauce. This is easy enough for a weeknight, and impressive enough for company.
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This is an easy and tasty take on slow cooker pork chops. I serve these chops and the sauce over egg noodles or linguine.
This recipe is super easy and tasted great. I subsituted cabernet for the marsala so I didn't have to buy a whole bottle of wine and it tasted almost the same. My husband said it was resturant quality. I served it with red smashed potatos with feta chesse and sweet carrots. Prefect meal.
I'm a simple man on a quest for good food that's easy to make. I won't sacrifice taste to appease my laziness, but easy is important. Once we reach the double digits on ingredients, I get nervous. When I set out to make this, I thought it would be a challenge...especially with that ever present fear of ending up with dry pork. My fears were unwarranted. This was insanely easy. I used thin sliced, center cut pork loin chops so I didn't have to pound it thin. I even mixed the flour and spices in a ziplock baggie, and threw the meat in so I didn't dirty another bowl. Threw in a pre-sliced package of baby bella mushrooms so I had almost no work at all. For those contemplating taking the meat out while the sauce thickens out of fear of overcooking, fear not. The wine in a covered pot apparently takes care of that. Last fear was that the marsala would be a strong flavor. Nope. It blended beautifully. Easy? Absurdly so. Taste? Delicious. That earns it a solid home on the regular rotation at our hou
I made this recipe the other night and oh my god was it good! I followed the recipe to the TEE. I see others did all these tweaks and substitutions, no need to. Make sure you use a good Marsala wine such as OPICI ($5.99 in my liquor store). Don't use one of those crappy ones from the supermarket. This was so easy and came out delicious. Served it with egg noodles on the side. Thanks so much for this recipe.
A citrus-wine glaze coats tender pork chops in this quick recipe. It's great on a weeknight.
Absolutely FABULOUS! Choose mushrooms wisely...use crimini mushrooms or good gosh if you can get them morels would take this to another planet! Don't use marsala cooking wine. It's way too salty among other things. Use the drinking stuff. This might help you from ending up like Sue1.
We didn't like this at all. The flavor of the Marsala was overpowering. Net time, i might add 1/2 cup of the wine to 1 cup of gravy.