Easy to make oven-baked breaded pork chops. I usually bake some potatoes in the oven alongside the chops. Make some extra baked potatoes for home fries the next day. Toss a salad while pork chops and potatoes are baking and dinner is ready.
Easy to make tender oven baked pork chops. My family likes these chops with fresh steamed buttered green beans, or frozen peas mixed with fresh mushrooms sliced and sauteed lightly, and mashed potatoes.Tip: Fill a clean empty spice bottle (one with large holes in the shaker top) with cornstarch to use for dusting any meat before browning - a great tenderizer.
Tasty pork chops with a simple bread and celery stuffing, and a sweet and sour orange marmalade sauce. The original recipe, from McCall’s Greatest Recipe Card Collection, called for 4 rib chops cut 1-1/2” thick (2 lbs. total) with a pocket. Instead of the rib chops I use boneless pork chops, place stuffing between two of them, then tie them together with kitchen string. Then I adjust the cooking time according to the thickness of the chops. You can adjust the seasonings to suit your taste too. The stuffing is also good with chicken breasts. Serve with a green veggie or salad and baked potatoes for dinner. Note: Edited to remove some of the salt and reduce the sweetness of this recipe.
When a coworker told me about these pork chops, I knew I had to try them. I mean it just doesn't get any easier and for someone like me, with a full-time career AND a full-time job as Mommy, I rely on easy recipes to make sure the family gets fed! The recipe just called for the chops and the soup mix but I added the onions for extra flavor. They caramelize so nicely and really complement the flavor of the soup. These pork chops are so tasty and tender you only need a fork. Enjoy!
I have a good friend who fixes these for church potluck dinners. He gets up early to make a large pan and he never has any leftover. So easy and cheap! I toss everything in a ziploc bag the night before, and they will fall apart when cooked. These can be placed in a ziploc bag with the dressing marinade and frozen, then simply defrost overnight in the refrigerator and cook as usual.
This is a great recipe for people who think they don't like sauerkraut, as it's very mild and sweet prepared this way. I never would have thought of using wine in a sauerkraut dish, but it's great. Source lost in the mists of time.
Seared pork chops covered with fresh mushrooms, then baked smothered in a sinfully delicious sauce full or bacon, onions, cream, and a touch tomato sauce. A dish so full of flavor everyone will be wandering around the house looking for their socks. Quick and easy comfort food sure to please family and dinner guests. Note:The tomato sauce can be substituted with ketchup or tomato paste in a tube.