Cindy Pawlcyn's Mongolian Pork Chops

Recipe courtesy Mustard's Grill
Show: Unique Eats Episode: Wine Country Weekend

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  • on October 28, 2013

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    This is quite possibly THE best pork chop I have ever eaten in my whole life. Seriously. I cook for a living, so I'm not easily impressed. We made these on the indoor grill tonight because we got our first big snow storm of the season today and bbq-ing outdoors was out. As a result, the marinade turned into tasty little nuggets that could be scraped off the grill plate and parceled out with the chops, along with the chinese mustard sauce, which you cannot skip. We saw Cindy's restaurant in St Helena last weekend...might have to go eat there on the next trip. In the meantime, I will make this every time we have new company for dinner...it's a guaranteed success in the entertaining department. Thanks Cindy and Cooking Channel!!!

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  • on July 12, 2013

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    This is a recipe packed with such delicious flavor! Very easy with results extremely juicy. For the chinese mustard I followed the recipe given by chef John's listed in Allrecipes. Guaranteed you will be making this often.

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  • on August 11, 2012

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    This recipe is not only excellent but very versatile.
    We have used it on pork kebabs on grill skewers, pork roasted in the oven spread with the marinade and most recently in the crock pot on low for several hours. The crock pot one was the most tender and this method will probably be our pick in the future. I have made a full recipe of the marinade and then used 1/3 and frozen 2 separate thirds for future use. Well worth your consideration!

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  • on March 12, 2012

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    My sister try this recipe for first time and it simply amazing.
    The pork by itself is very good, topped with the sauce is a big hit.
    This is a keep.

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