Sweet and Sour Pork Chops

Earlier in the week I shared with you how to save money at the meat counter by buying in bulk and freezing in individual portions sizes. I recently defrosted a couple of packages of pork chops and made Sweet and Sour Pork Chops – and there was plenty for leftovers the next day! Recipe at bottom.

Mustard and brwn sugar
Brown sugar and mustard.
Sweet and sour
Mix together until you get a sauce.
Place pork chops in a baking dish and cover with the brown sugar and mustard (do not add water).
Bake on 350 degrees F until done – YUM!

Sweet and Sour Pork Chops


– mustard

– brown sugar

– pork chops

1. Add brown sugar and mustard to a bowl, mix together until well blended. You can make them sweeter or more sour by adjusting the amount of either ingredient.

2. Place pork chops in a single layer in a baking dish and cover with the brown sugar/mustard sauce. Do not add any additional water to the pan.

3. Bake at 350 degrees F until done (check them at about 25 minutes). Use a meat thermometer to test their doneness. Remember pork chops only need to be cooked to 145 degrees F!

4. Drizzle some sauce (aka delicious goodness) over your chops when served.

5. Serve with your favorite sides – enjoy!


10 thoughts on “Sweet and Sour Pork Chops

    1. Hi Amy,
      I usually eyeball it. But I would say start with 1/3 cup if each. If that is not enough just mix up a little more. Enjoy!

  1. Yea for pork!! Love pork chops and will have to give this recipe a try.

    Thank you for joining the Country Fair Blog Party for October Lindsay! So nice to see your posts. Have you been using your honey? 🙂
    Laurie – Country Link

    1. Thanks Laurie – it is an easy and tasty recipe. Glad to finally be participating in the Country Fair Blog Party! I had to give the honey to another AgNerd because I only had a carry-on and didn’t check a bag 😦 Although, they seemed super excited to receive it!

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