Baked Teriyaki Pork Chops

These Baked Teriyaki Pork Chops, are the best pork chop recipe. They are so moist and full of flavor, you are going to love them. I also love using this marinade for grilling all my other meat. You have to try this one. The perfect family dinner, to shake things up.

To shake up our dinner rotation, I have been trying to find new pork recipes that our family loves. This recipe is super simple and was a winner with my entire family.

If you are feeling super domestic, you could definitely make your own teriyaki sauce and it would work just fine for this recipe.

However, I usually just buy this sauce and it’s my favorite. It makes a great marinade (you can easily grill these pork chops as well).

tips for making teriyaki pork chops

Pork chops can intimidate a lot of people, because they tend to be a drier meat. However, this isn’t always the case. Your dry meat, is usually from over cooking or not preparing the pork chops well.

Here is how to get deliciously moist pork chops.

Marinading. Marinading is key to having moist pork chops. I love a good teriyaki marinade. Using acidic or salty marinades can break down the meat a little better, and really get to the center.

This will help your meat get a little more juicy on the inside.

Heat. Heat and cooking is a huge part, in getting that tender juicy pork chop. This recipe nails the cooking time and temperature to make these pork chops juicy, not dry.

It calls for 35 minutes of baking time, at 375 degrees.

When cooking meat, it’s important to remember the words “low and slow”. This will allow the juice to cooke the inside of the meat, while keeping in all the juices.

Avoid checking. If possible, avoid cutting into the meat, to see if it is done. Pork chops are a pink meat anyway, so it will be difficult to tell if they are done cooking.

looking for a homemade teriyaki sauce recipe?

A lot of the teriyaki sauces you see at the store, contain a lot of sugar. I am not a huge fan of all the added sugar, so I like to make my own teriyaki sauce.

If you are looking for a healthy and delicious homemade teriyaki sauce recipe, check out our Teriyaki Chicken and Zoodles recipe.

It only requires a little sugar, but you could easily replace it with a natural sweetener, like honey.

Watch how to make an easy teriyaki dish in the Instant pot:

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Serves: 6

Baked Teriyaki Pork Chops

2 hr, 5 Prep Time

35 minCook Time

2 hr, 40 Total Time

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Ingredients

  • 6 boneless pork chops (about 3/4" thick)
  • 6 pineapple slices
  • 1 cup teriyaki sauce (divided)
  • 2 green onions (finely chopped)

Instructions

  1. Place pork chops in a resealable gallon-sized bag. Pour 3/4 cup teriyaki sauce on top of pork chops and let marinate in fridge for at least 2 hours.
  2. Spray a 9 x 13 inch baking dish with non-stick cooking spray.
  3. Remove pork chops from fridge and place in prepared dish, pouring the teriyaki sauce from the bag on top of chops. Place a pineapple slice on top of each pork chop.
  4. Preheat oven to 375 degrees and cook pork chops uncovered for 35 minutes or until internal temperature reaches 145 degrees.
  5. Remove chops from oven and top with the 1/4 cup of teriyaki sauce and green onions.
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  1. This recipe is on the standard meal plan this week. I'm a little confused by your directions. You list 1 cup (divided) teriyaki sauce in the ingredients. During the directions you say to pour the teriyaki sauce over the pork chops and let them marinade. You then say 3/4 cup of the teriyaki sauce is used while baking. And at the end you pour 1/4 of the cup of teriyaki sauce over the chops before serving. Are you supposed to use the same teriyaki sauce you used to marinade the chops in while baking? If so, where do you get the 1/4 cup to pour on at the end? As you can't use the sauce used to marinade unless it is cooked. Can you please clarify?

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