Honey Garlic Pork Chops

  • Number of Servings: 6
1/4 + 1/8 cup honey3 tbsp soy sauce6 cloves garlic, minced6 pork loin chops, boneless, trimmed of excess fat, 4 oz each
In a shallow dish, whisk together honey, soy sauce and garlic.
Coat chops in mixture.
Reserve left over honey mixture for basting.
Place chops on greased grill over med high heat, close lid and cook. basting 2 times.

Servings Per Recipe: 6
Nutritional Info Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 204.3
  • Total Fat: 5.7 g
  • Cholesterol: 48.4 mg
  • Sodium: 518.2 mg
  • Total Carbs: 18.4 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 0.2 g
  • Protein: 19.9 g

Member Reviews
    I also marinated the chops for about 5-6 hours and baked them and they came out perfect! My husband loved them! I will be making these again! Thanks! - 3/4/09
    This gave the pork very good flavor. I bake mine at 375 degrees for 30 minutes. Family gave the go ahead to make again. - 2/10/10
    OMG! I tried this tonight and the whole family loved it, and believe me, they are a picky bunch! My youngest daughter immediately got out the ketchup, as both girls and hubby eat it with EVERYTHING! Well, guess what? No one use the ketchup and everyone wanted seconds! I baked in the oven at 400. - 3/18/08
    I made this last night. I didn't realize that you had to grill the chops. I pan-fryed them and it was really good. My porkchops were very thin so it took the flavor of the marinade very well. I enjoyed it and so did my kids. I will definitely make this again. - 4/9/09
    YUMMY! I made this tonight for dinner except I cut the recipe in half and used 2 chicken breasts. My husband and I loved it. My kids even ate it which is rare. Everyone needs to try this recipe. - 1/26/08
    I marinated the country pork chops for two days in a ziplock bag in the fridge. Then I removed the pork from the bag, placed in my slow cooker and made some fresh marinade to pour over the pork. Cooked it all day on low and that evening had it over rice. Delicious. - 6/27/10
    Had this last night, though I allowed the pork chops to marinade for 24 hours. baked them in the oven for 40 mins at 375F. My mom who isn't a fan of new things loved them, though next time I'll top them with some fresh cracked pepper. This is going in my home made cook book for sure!! - 5/6/10
    Made this for dinner tonight and the family loved it! Even my picky daughter thought it was wonderful. I baked the chops in the sauce, as others have suggested and my family used the sauce from the pan over their rice and vegetables. Will use cornstarch next time to thicken the sauce. Tasty! - 9/2/08
    I added a couple sliced green onions to the marinade and let it sit for a few hours. Then I pan-fried this in a non-stick skillet. Served it with fresh, sweet corn on the cob. Yummy! - 5/9/08
    I LOVE this recipe. I cooked yams in the leftover marinade and they were delicious, too. - 10/21/08
  • 69MUSTANG1
    This was very good. I pan fried the pork chops a bit to brown them then baked them in the oven with the sauce on top, when they were done I put the sauce in a pan and reduced it then poured it over the chops and also the brown rice. I will make this again :) - 2/1/10
    My boyfriend and I made these last night and they were super duper tasty!! After the pork chops were done, we took them out of the frying pan (didn't use a grill), added some pineapple rings to the leftover sauce, sauteed them up then added the pork back in. Served it over rice~ Yum yum yum!! - 1/6/10
    This recipe was very delicious! It was really easy to make too. I baked it in my oven on 375 for about 35 minutes instead of grilling them. - 4/27/10
    Amazingly wonderful! I broiled these on 450 degrees. I added a lot more garlic and squeezed some lemon in the mixture! So simple --My picky husband loved it--and the dog loved the fat trimmings! thumbs up! - 4/28/10
    made this for dinner last night (baked in the oven) for my boyfriend and his mother. it was a huge hit and it made my whole apartment smell delicious! next time i will make a little extra sauce to use for dipping. - 10/23/09
  • MLB1974
    Yum yum yum in my tum. I didn't have any honey so I used pancake syrup (maple flavour) and baked pork in the oven at 400* for 40 min. Thanks for the easy & very tasty recipe. - 3/26/10
    I messed up the sauce and it didn't get very thick at all but it was still AWESOME. I cooked this with the "Not Fried Rice" recipe - they were outstanding together. - 1/8/08
    I did not have soy sauce, but subsituted Worstershire sauce, and marinated them for about an hour. Too cold to grill out, so I used other comment suggestions, and baked them, 375 for 40 minutes. Residual marinade thickened with cornstarch to make gravy. Husband liked them too - 12/12/10
  • NEWDAY101
    I baked in the oven at 450 degrees for 15 minutes and it was moist and great tasting. - 4/28/10
    MMM...loved it. Would be good with chicken too. - 5/20/10
  • 8TEEN4VR
    My family really liked this. I baked it as suggested instead of grilling but would love to try on the grill. Will marinate it longer next time at least 2-3 hours instead of 20 minutes. Used Worsteshire sauce instead of soy sauce because that's what I had. Next time will make with Soy Sauce. - 2/5/11
  • MWEDDLE_123
    We loved these. I think next time I will add a little less soy sauce. - 5/20/10
    excellent. Even the kids loved it. Tried it also now with boneless pork ribs & chicken. Yummy - 5/16/10
    great flavor...i pan fried my chops and they turned out nice and tender... i will trie this with chicken and marrinated them before i cook them. - 1/11/10
    Delicious! I made it in the oven. I am sure it would taste even better grilled. My husband liked it and he doesn't like HEALTHY food. - 9/4/07