+ Heat up oil in a wok or pan
+ Add pork chop to wok and sear both sides
+ You may add a little bit of water at a time, and let the porkchop cook slowly without burn.
+ Add soysauce (tip: pour soysauce around the side of the wok, and not directly onto the pork chops. Use the same technique when adding water, and the wines. This infuses the flavor to the meat better.
+ When the pork is cooked half way or a little more than half way, add onions.
You don't want to add the onion too early b/c it'll get burned if cooked too long.
+ Add white wine
+ Add sweet wine.
+ The soysauce and sweet wine is going to give it the caramelized color, so we want to watch our time after this point.
+ Flipping the porkchops frequently so that both sides can soak in the sauce.
+ Optional: taste the sauce on the meat, if need to then add a sprinkle of salt, or add more sweet wine if not enough sweet.