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These pork chops are tender with an oven baked flavor you and your family or guests will enjoy.  The sweetness of the molasses combined with the brown sugar and spicy mustard make the perfect flavor combination.

2 to 4 boneless pork chops
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon molasses
1 teaspoon minced garlic
1 egg
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper                          
Bread crumbs of your choice or all-purpose flour. (I used my own homemade bread crumbs with Italian seasonings).
Whisk all ingredients together except bread crumbs until you have a smooth sauce.  Dip each chop in liquid and then in bread crumbs.  Bake in preheated 375 degree oven for 45 minutes or until chops are done in the middle.
Here is a link for the bread crumbs in case you want to make your own: Homemade Bread Crumbs.
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11 Responses

  1. You might try regular mustard.

  2. My 5 sons have enjoyed Everything that I have tried! Thank You a million times!

  3. New to your site and so far I LOVE WHAT IM SEEING !!! Can’t wait to get started on some of these great dishes !!!!

  4. I am making these tonight! I am just thrilled with all your recipes…off the chart!!
    My hubby’s going to THANK YOU I’m sure :)

  5. Hello, so glad Savannah recommended your site. I love your recipes and think I will put my recipe books away!
    Have a wonderful day,

  6. What does the molasses do? Could you use Maple Syrup instead?

  7. my first time of being here.. am truly enjoying looking at all the great recipes.. great job judy.. mary w.

  8. Those pork chops look wonderful! The men in my house claim they don’t like pork chops, but I bet they would like these. I think I even have some gluten free bread crumbs in my freezer…I’m going to have to make these next week! Thank you!

  9. Hi Judy,
    I just found your blog this morning on foodpress. As a brand new “southerner” I am just discovering the wonderful history of true southern cooking. These baked pork chops look wonderful. I’ll be checking back often to see what you are cooking up!


  10. I am always looking for a really good baked pork chop recipe. This one sounds excellent. I love the dijon mustard you added in there!

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