Honey-Glazed Pork Chops with Sweet and Tangy Slaw
Pork chops are a great no-fuss meal in a hurry. They just need a little dressing up.
Why This Recipe Works
On its own, the sweetness of the honey glaze overpowered our Honey-Glazed Pork Chops with Sweet and Tangy Slaw recipe. We balanced it out with the tartness of the vinaigrette used to dress the slaw. To prevent the chops from curling as they cooked, we cut two slits about 2 inches apart through the fat and connective tissue around the outside of each chop. Tasters preferred bone-in pork chops to other options we tried. They were much juicier and had more pork flavor than meat cooked without the bone.