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19 Best Sauces For Pork Chops

19 Best Sauces For Pork Chops

Find whatever you’re craving in this epic list of 19 best sauces for pork chops, from teriyaki, barbecue, sweet & sour, and more. 

Pork chops often become tough and dry despite their delectable flavor; this is why a sumptuous sauce is essential!

The success or failure of a dish most of the time depends on its sauce, so we’re always on a constant hunt for the most savory one.

And so I’m pretty pumped to tell you about these sauces for pork chops that will transform your dining experience into something truly unforgettable.

Here are 19 of my absolute faves; they range from extremely sweet to highly sour, from creamy to completely non-creamy.

Like this Wine Brown Butter Sauce, they are sure to make your pork chop tastier and more satisfying.

This Spicy Orange Sauce is the perfect complement to pork chops if you enjoy things on the hotter side.

Even better, our secret recipe #18 guarantees the juiciest, most tender pork chop you’ll ever have.

So go on board and get saucy!

This sumptuous sauce is a game-changer since it makes the pork chops even tastier, and it’s easy to make as well.

Because all is made in one pan, you will make the sauce at the same time as the parmesan pork chops, and as a result, the sauce will be infused with an abundance of delicious pork flavor. 

Also, this sauce goes very well with other meaty dishes such as chicken or steak, among others.

This delectable sauce may be made with nothing more than milk, butter, garlic, parmesan, and some fresh herbs.

Nothing can go wrong with a romantic dinner for two featuring pork chops and this luscious Mushroom Sauce. 

Pork chops get an extreme boost of flavor from this simple sauce recipe.

For a fine dining experience at home, simply simmer pork chops in this mouth-watering sauce, which will only require some earthy brown mushrooms, pungent garlic gloves, yummy chicken broth, brashy peppers, herbs, and drops of Italian seasoning. 

White barbeque sauce is another name for Alabama White Sauce. 

Originally from northern Alabama, this is a mayonnaise-based barbecue sauce.

Flavor-wise, it’s sugary, smoky, tangy, and mildly spicy.

Aside from pork chops, chicken or lean meats pair incredibly well with this.

Even better is that it’s pretty simple to prepare and only needs 11 ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. 

Give it a shot because your fingers will surely be licking the plate clean.

If you’re pretty sick of the usual barbecue sauce, this is the one for you!

Pork chops cooked on the barbecue absorb the flavor of this sauce perfectly.

It’s simple to whip up and boasts a beautiful sweet-and-smoky-garlic aftertaste.

With this bbq sauce, you can’t go wrong while hosting a summer barbecue.

Enjoy a restaurant-quality supper at home with this luscious creamy Dijon sauce!

This sauce is rich and decadent, much like authentic French cuisine. 

You can really taste the butter and the richness of the ingredients.

White wine, heavy cream, Dijon mustard, chicken stock, pork drippings, butter, and parsley round out this sauce recipe, guaranteeing its richness.

This sauce is so easy to make that even a novice cook will feel like an expert after trying it over pork chops.

Who could argue with pork chops served in a delectable Lemon Basil Cream Sauce in under 30 minutes?

If you make this sauce, you will want to lock yourself in the cloister and savor it in peace and quiet.

Not only does it go well with pork chops, but also chicken breasts and rib eye steak.

Everything about this is a sure bet!

This Parmesan Basil Cream Sauce answers your search for a simple yet tasty sauce to serve with your pork chops.

The pork chops in this dish get a robust flavor boost from the combination of basil and parmesan.

Aren’t you mouth-watering just thinking about these thick, succulent pork chops doused in a finger-licking parmesan basil cream sauce?

While it’s true that the sauce is adaptable to other pork preparations and even to different kinds of meat, this shines brightest when applied to thick-cut pork chops.

Do you want to impress your dinner date or family around the holidays with a meal that features pork chops and a wide range of complementary flavors?

We may have found the perfect sauce here.

Pine nuts, lemon juice, lemon zest, and more come together to form a sauce that is bursting with flavor.

Serve this buttery sauce hot.

This homemade Paleo Teriyaki Sauce bursting with lusciousness roasted on top of your pork chops will make your pork chop Sunday night meal perfect. 

The incredible thing about making your own teriyaki sauce is that you can choose exactly what goes into it, and it’s also cheaper.

There are only a few essential ingredients in this sauce, and I’m willing to bet you already have them on hand.

After the pork chops are cooked, drizzle some sauce over them so they may soak up the sauce’s unique flavor to perfection.

If you’re craving grilled pork chops but want to upgrade them to the next level, try this simple yet sophisticated sauce recipe.

Your pork chops will have an extraordinarily luxurious taste once you add some Prosecco wine to the brown butter sauce.

The finished flavor of the pork chops with this sauce is so refined that you’ll be amazed at how beautifully Prosecco complements many other flavors.

One of my favorite things about sparkling wine—especially Prosecco—is the wide range of dishes it complements.

Fire up the grill and top your marinated pork chops with this zesty mustard-based barbeque sauce recipe.

Mustard and pork complement each other like peanut butter and jelly, so I have no doubt that this South Carolina-born sauce will win you over as a fellow foodie.

There’s no heat involved, just some light whisking. 

Cooking the sauce for a few minutes at a low simmer allows the ingredients to blend, creating a flavor that may make you forget about your diet.

The sweetness of this sauce is a welcome complement to pork chops.

For a sweet and syrupy taste, use your light brown sugar and honey; for a peppery and pungent taste, use your spicy mustard and chili powder; and for a somewhat salty and vinegary finish, use your Tabasco.

Can you picture dipping your pork chops into a sauce with the ideal balance of sweet, spicy, and sour flavors? 

Tempting, right?

This will definitely make you desire more!

No need to settle for bottled sweet and sour sauce from the supermarket when you can whip up your own at home that tastes just like the kind served in Chinese restaurants.

We’re confident that after you try this recipe, you’ll agree that it truly captures the essence of Asian cooking.

Just combine some pineapple juice and chunks, ketchup, brown sugar, vinegar, vegetables, and your enthusiasm for delicious food in a saucepan.

Serving your chops and sauce over white rice will give your meal that additional home-cooked touch.

Check out our version of Sweet & Sour Pork Chops here!

An already beautiful pan-seared pork chop is made much more so by this recipe for a sauce that shimmers with tiny bits of flavor.

Even the browned parts at the bottom of the pan will be bursting with flavor from this sauce.

Throw in some apple cider, spicy mustard, and a dash of cream to bring your chops full circle.

For the most flavorful results, add more apple cider and cream and let it bubble until thickened, whisking occasionally.

Flavor-wise, this wintertime staple will make your kitchen feel like a second home.

Seeking a change from your standard creamy pork chop sauce?

You definitely shouldn’t miss this recipe!

This sauce adds a nice balance of flavor to your pork chop with a hint of spinach and cream.

The trick is to cook the spinach until the leaves become wilted in the cheesy sauce.

Indulge in this pork chop sauce and appreciate every savory, refreshing bite.

This recipe will offer you the variation you’ve been looking for if you’re a fan of sweet sauces but feel like you’ve had your fill.

With the addition of chili flakes, your sweet orange sauce will undoubtedly give your taste buds a touch of kick.

This sweet, spicy, and salty sauce serves as a marinade and a glaze for the grilled pork chops.

This may require more work than just marinating and placing on the grill, but the extra step is definitely worth it in taste and juiciness.

When paired with chops, this Peppercorn Sauce is also a must-have.

In addition to peppercorns, this sauce also calls for butter, onions, wine, chicken or beef broth, Dijon mustard, thyme sprigs, and a few more pantry staples.

This is highly adaptable. 

For example, you can use whatever wine you like and as much or as little pepper as you like. 

Wait until the pork chops are fully coated in the sauce before taking a bite, and then add freshly ground pepper for an elevated taste sensation.

You’ll want to curl up with a plate of this Creamy Dill Sauce on your breaded pork chops. 

The sauce results in pork chops that are creamy, herby, juicy, tender, and crisp on the outside.

It tastes almost exactly like the homemade comfort food you remember from childhood.

The dill weed and dill seed complement the sour cream to create a sauce that is both flavorful and refreshing.

Dill seed has a bold flavor reminiscent of a spice than a herb, with notes of caraway, anise, and fennel.

Like other herbs, dill weed has a mildly lemony flavor and a fresh, green aroma.

Once you’ve shown others that you can whip up a dill cream sauce, you’ll feel like a real chef.

Who wouldn’t want the aftertaste of their chops to be tangy, smooth, and creamy all at the same time?

This recipe will give your pork chops a sophisticated flavor without requiring you to use a lot of effort during the cooking process. 

It is also the ideal complement to breaded pork chops.

When served with pork chops, this sauce will earn you accolades from even the most discerning members of your family. 

The bottom line

A meal can be better with a great finishing sauce, especially pork chops

A flavor-filled sauce can take any pork dinner from good to great.

It’s easy to whip up several of the sauces on this list while the pork is cooking because many of the ingredients are pantry staples.

From creamy sauces to herby sauces to barbeque sauces and more, these recipes will guarantee that your pork chops will be so delectable and satisfying that you wouldn’t have your chops in any other way again. 

So, wait no further, go get saucy! 

You might want to serve your pork chops with these 19 mouthwatering sides.

19 Best Sauces For Pork Chops

19 Best Sauces For Pork Chops

Find whatever you're craving in this epic list of 19 best sauces for pork chops, from teriyaki, barbecue, sweet & sour, and more.


  • Creamy Parmesan Garlic Sauce
  • Creamy Mushroom Sauce
  • Alabama White Sauce
  • Honey Barbeque Sauce
  • Creamy Dijon Sauce
  • Lemon Basil Cream Sauce
  • Parmesan Basil Cream Sauce
  • Lemon Pepper Sauce
  • Paleo Teriyaki Sauce
  • Wine Brown Butter Sauce
  • Carolina Mustard Barbeque Sauce
  • Sweet Pork Chop Sauce
  • Sweet & Sour Sauce
  • Apple Cider Cream Sauce
  • Creamy Garlic Spinach Sauce
  • Spicy Orange Sauce
  • Peppercorn Sauce
  • Creamy Dill Sauce
  • Lemon Butter Sauce


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