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This is a moist, tasty pork chops that the entire family will love!
I use the Costco pork chops which are super thick. If you are using smaller cuts, you can 1/2 the sauce recipe.
Serving suggestions: We spooned about a tablespoon of the sauce on each pork chop when served. This goes great with brown rice and broccoli.
From Cooking Light. This is on my "to try" list. Will give it a chance next week. The chili sauce should give this an interesting taste. Looking forward to it! I didn't calculate the optional salt into the nutrition. Be advised that 1 tsp of salt has more than 2,000 mg of sodium. Ouch!Submitted by LADYPHOENIX61
I'm becoming a fan or tofu more and more and this is becoming a favorite "comfort food". There's an Asian food store in my neighborhood and I when shopping there, I walk for the exercise. Because their prices are so much lower than supermarkets, I save money! I get cardio, save money and a nutritious meal to boot! What could be better than that?!Submitted by LADYPHOENIX61
Based on a Cooking LIght recipe I used regular long grain brown rice instead of boil in a bag and PLEASE make sure you use REAL oyster sauce instead of Dynasty for a much lower sodium level! Also, before browning the tofu, make sure it's well drained, then cubed and put in a zip lock bag with 2 Tbsp cornstarch. Shake and then brown in skillet in vegetable oil. This makes for restaurant-crispy tofu. This was my first experience with tofu and I'll be trying other recipes as well!Submitted by LADYPHOENIX61
Taken from Epicurious. I love the flavor of 5 spice seasoning and this is going to be my Easter chicken! The recipe says to use a cut up chicken but I'm going to roast it whole on a rotisserie with the onion stuffed inside. Also, rub some seasoning on the inside of the chicken for extra flavor. The best 5 spice powder I've found is an Asian blend in a pouch at an Asian food store. The brand name is Lobo. It's sodium and sugar free and only .85 cents a pack with enough for at least 50 uses!Submitted by LADYPHOENIX61
I found a recipe in one of my Chinese cookbooks that sounded good but not nearly filling enough. So, of course, I adapted it to make it enough for a few meals. The broth is based on the book's "Chinese Stock": the stock of boiling a chicken and ham.
1 lb of lean chicken or pork could be substituted for the tofu.
Based loosely upon one by Happy HerbivoreSubmitted by APOLLYMI
Based on a recipe by Happy HerbivoreSubmitted by APOLLYMI