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This pork chop has a great, great sauce: http://food52.com/recipes...
I think a creamy sage sauce would be good. Sort of like Maria Theresa's sauce here - http://food52.com/recipes... - but without the mustard, since you've got that covered.
A very tasteful topping for your pork chops can easily be made with either diced mango or fresh pineapple. Make it like a salsa and chop red onion, cilantro, lime juice, s/p to taste. Mix it up and top your chop! Enjoy!
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I would probably improvise a sauce by adding some wine to the pan juices and reducing that, then swirling in some more Dijon mustard.
1 cup of apple cider (reduced to 1/2 cup) + 1/2 cup whole grain mustard. TRUST ME.
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