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Ginger Glazed Pork

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In this Ginger glazed pork recipe, boneless pork chops are pan sautéed and encased in a delicious ginger glaze. Salty, spicy, umami, and so scrumptious, these one-pot pork chops are a sure to be a winner at your dinner table!

Boneless pork chops are pan sautéed and encased in a delicious ginger glaze and served on a plate.

This ginger glazed pork is such a quick and easy, one-pot recipe. I started off by sautéing the pork chops in a pan- no need to season them at this point. Then I took the pork chops out of the pan and set them aside. I used the same pan with the pork drippings in it to make a super quick sauce with five ingredients you probably have lying around your kitchen:
• soy sauce (if you are gluten free, you can use GF tamari sauce instead)
• red wine vinegar, and
chili flakes.

Ingredients to make Ginger Glazed Pork
Pan sauteing Pork from Sprouts

I placed the pork chops back into the pan and tossed them around so they were coated with the ginger glaze and then I let them hangout in that glaze for a few minutes before serving them.

The result was pork chops that were tender, juicy, salty, and spicy umami.

Making Tasty Ginger Glaze

What do you pair these ginger glazed pork chops with?

With their spicy umami flavor, these pork chops pair well with:

  1. Broccoli kale salad
  2. Asparagus egg salad and turmeric tomatoes
  3. Charred zucchini salad
  4. Coconut Pumpkin pasta
  5. Coriander butternut squash pasta

I found the pork chops I used in this recipe at Sprouts. I love shopping at Sprouts. Their veggies and fruits are always so fresh, there’s always healthy snacking options I find in their grocery aisles, and their chicken and fish always seem to taste so good.

Tossing Pork From Sprouts in Tasty Ginger Glaze in pan.

Usually when I shop at Sprouts, I have a game plan. I grab some chicken and some shrimp, and then spend as much time as I can perusing the produce section, the frozen section, and the grocery aisles.

However, on my last trip to Sprouts, I was in the process of picking up some chicken when a customer and the butcher burst into laughter. It was laughter that started in the belly, exploded out and just kept going and going until they were laughing so hard they were crying. That kind of laughter is like a yawn – highly contagious! Before I knew it, I was laughing too… and then I realized how awkward I was being and decided to bury my head in the meat shelves in the Sprouts Butcher section. It was then that I happened upon Sprouts Butcher Shop Pork.

Easy Budget-Friendly Ginger Glazed Pork on a plate

This was my first time bringing home Sprouts’ pork. Like the air-chilled chicken, the marinated chicken, and shrimp, when cooked, Sprouts’ pork  was so incredibly tender and tasty. One of the main reasons I used the drippings from sautéing the pork in the ginger glaze I whipped up to toss the pork in.

Enjoying Ginger Glazed Pork with broccoli on a plate

Raised by Midwest family farmers, Sprouts’ pork has no antibiotics or added hormones, ever. Just like the chicken and fish I find at Sprouts that keeps me coming back for more, Sprouts Butcher Shop Pork is so fresh – it  helped me transform an everyday meal into something special in this Ginger glazed pork recipe.

Versatile and so fresh, Sprouts’ pork can be found in the pink packaging in the self-service meat case.

Boneless pork chops are pan sautéed and encased in a delicious ginger glaze and served on a plate.

Ginger Glazed Pork

Yield: 6 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes

Boneless pork chops are pan sautéed and encased in a delicious ginger
glaze. Salty, spicy, and so scrumptious, these one-pot pork chops are a sure to
be a winner at your dinner table!


  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 6 Sprouts Butcher Shop Pork chops - boneless
  • 2 tsp grated fresh ginger (1 large knob of ginger)
  • 2 tbsp soy sauce (can use tamari for GF version)*
  • 2 tbsp red wine vinegar
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 2 tsp chili flakes
  • For garnish: green onions, chili flakes, cilantro.


  1. Peel the garlic clove and the ginger. Then, using a microplane grater, grate the ginger and garlic clove.
  2. Place olive oil in a pan over medium heat and place the pork chops in the pan. Cook
    pork chops for 3-4 minutes on one side, then flip them over and cook 3-4 more
    minutes on the other side. Then remove pork chops from the pan and set them
    aside – covered on a plate or bowl.
  3. Place the pan with the drippings from cooking the pork back on the stove on medium heat. Make sure not to discard any of the drippings.
  4. Add the grated ginger and garlic to the pan and sauté it for about a minute.
  5. Then add in the soy sauce, red wine vinegar and chili flakes and stir vigorously
    together so all ingredients blend well. Let this simmer for another 1-2
  6. Take the pan off the heat and place the cooked pork chops back into the ginger glaze. Spoon the glaze well around the pork chops. Then place a lid over the pan with
    the ginger glazed pork chops and set it aside for 10 minutes.
  7. Serve garnished with green onions, chopped cilantro, and more chili flakes. Enjoy!


*if you are gluten free, you can use GF tamari sauce instead

Nutrition Information
Yield 6 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 111Total Fat 8gSaturated Fat 2gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 6gCholesterol 22mgSodium 311mgCarbohydrates 2gFiber 1gSugar 0gProtein 9g

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Ginger glazed pork

Dawn - Girl Heart Food

Wednesday 9th of September 2020

With all those aromatic flavours, garnish and perfectly cooked pork chops, I know this must taste amazing! Perfect dinner for tonight. Hope your week is going great, my friend :) XO

John / Kitchen Riffs

Wednesday 9th of September 2020

Yum! This looks SO good. Now I want pork for dinner! :-) Really good recipe -- thanks.

Ben | Havocinthekitchen

Tuesday 8th of September 2020

Normally I don't eat pork often (As I love poultry and beef more), but hey these pork chops look and sound phenomenal, I must admit! I love this sticky aromatic glaze; ginger is a very nice touch.


Tuesday 8th of September 2020

This recipe was so easy to make, and I loved the kick it had from the chili and ginger! So good!

David @ Spiced

Tuesday 8th of September 2020

Like Gina said, I really wish we had Sprouts up here in upstate New York! I had to laugh about your laughter run-in near the butcher counter. I can totally see that playing out in my mind. :-) Glad that led you to this fun recipe, though! That ginger glaze sounds fantastic, my friend!

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