Honey Dijon Pork Chops

Honey Dijon Pork Chops

  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 25 mins
  • Servings: 4
  • About This Recipe

    “The best part of this recipe is the thick, sweet sauce with a kick made with honey and dijon mustard. Try them with a baked potato and steamed green beans for a very hearty meal.”


  • 4center-cut pork chops, bone-in
  • salt and pepper
  • 2teaspoonsolive oil
  • 1/3 cuphoney
  • 1/4 cupDijon mustard
  • 2cupswhite wine( cooking wine works fine)
  • Directions

  • Heat oil in a large nonstick pan over med high heat.
  • Add a light coating of salt and pepper to pork chops.
  • Add pork chops to pan, cook until browned on each side (approx. 4 min each side).
  • Remove pork chops from pan and set aside.
  • Add honey, mustard and wine to pan.
  • Bring to a low boil for 2 minutes.
  • Put pork chops back into pan with sauce.
  • Reduce heat, simmer for 5 minutes.
  • Turn pork, simmer another 5 minutes, or until pork is cooked and no longer pink.
  • Serve pork chops with sauce drizzled on top.
  • Reviews

  • “Mmmmmmmm ! Wonderful. Did it with pork loin.Nice to find something that doesn’t marry pork with beans !”

  • “This was an excellent dish.I substituted boneless pork loin chops and used T. Marzetti’s Honey Dijon salad dressing, because I didn’t have enough dijon mustard on hand.I made the recipe for two and cut everything in half and used a small bottle of Kendal Jackson Chardoney.The flavor was wonderful and the chops were tender.I would make this again in a heartbeat.Thanks!”

  • “Wow, these were delish…I ended up drizzling the sauce over everything on the plate.
    Thanks so much for a yummy recipe.”

  • “With so may five star reviews I felt good about making this even though I could not predict how the taste would be.The sweet of the honey and savory dijon and wine?Well, it turned out to be delicious!It was kind of a sweet and sour taste but savory.I also added about 1/2 of a thinly sliced onion to my pork chops about 5 minutes before adding the wine sauce.I had my small piece of pork covered in sauce, inteding to eat light and ended up going back for more.Very good, so easy and with things I always have on hand.Thanks for sharing.”

  • “Very tasty and easy to make. I used thin chops and cut the recipe in half for the two of us.I thickened the sauce with some cornstarch. Served with brown rice and green beans. Thanks for an easy weeknight dinner.”

  • “I LOVE this recipe. It is so simple and delicious. My husband isn’t a huge fan or pork, but he requests this on a regular basis. Thanks!”

  • “Very tasty, made some changes to the basic recipe and doubled it as i was cooking 10 chops. Didn’t have any cooking wine so used chicken broth with a few tbsp of red wine vinegar in it and seemed to do well, had to thicken it a bit with some butter and flour but after it cooled and set was quite tasty.Searing the chops a bit before cooking added some great color and set the salt and pepper in to hangon through the simmer.Great recipe.”

  • “Absolutely lovely! I made these for lunch for my inlaws along with a few other bits and it was really great. The sauce was very thin, so I added some cornflour to thicken it, but apart from that, it was perfect. Thanks for a great recipe!”

  • “I actually made this in my crockpot… just mixed the sauce and poured in on top.Cooked on low 4 hours and they were tender and perfect.Yum!Thanks for the great recipe!”

  • “I was looking for an easy recipe I could adapt for one pork chop. This was so good and I had all the ingredients on hand.Thanks for posting this.Rae”

  • “Great chop recipe.Easy, quick and tasty. DH really like the sweetness of the gravy which I thickened and used over mashed potatoes. Followed the recipe.”

  • ” What a great sauce.The chops were moist & tender.The sauce was a bonus. I took a shortcut – I used Honey Dijon mustard and an Okanaga Chardonney- It was so simple and so good thanks Erin Rogers for a really tasty recipe.(there will be a better picture coming in a coupl of weeks) Cheers Bergy”

  • “This was the best tasting recipe for pork I have ever tried.I used Top Loin Cuts (not as thick as recipe suggested) and it was great, my fiance even complimented it!”

  • “Loved the sauce in which the chops are simmered.Served with jacket baked potatoes, baby beans and baby carrots.Yummy :)”