Spotlight Recipe: Oven-Barbecued Pork Chops

A splash of orange juice with barbecue sauce creates the delightful flavor in these pork chops. If you’re watching your salt, make sure to check the labels on your barbecue sauce (you'd be surprised how much is lurking). Leftovers make a perfect sandwich or slice leftover pork over mixed greens.

A splash of orange juice with barbecue sauce creates the delightful flavor in these pork chops from EatingWell. If you’re watching your salt, make sure to check the label on your barbecue sauce (you'd be surprised how much is lurking). Add leftovers to a sandwich or slice the pork over mixed greens.

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