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I gave this recipe 3 stars because it is so bland but it is very tasty with some modifications.
What I did differently: I dredged the chops in 1/3 cup flour, then in 2 mixed eggs, and finally in 2/3 cup dry bread crumbs mixed with 1 Tbsp freshly grated parmesan cheese before frying them in 2 Tbsp butter. I also sautéed ¼ cup chopped onion, 1 minced garlic clove and 2/3 cup of fresh sliced mushrooms in 3 Tbsp butter and mixed it into a large bowl of the 2 cans of mushroom soup w/ 1½ soup cans of milk, ¼ cup freshly grated parmesan cheese and generous shakes of sea salt and freshly ground black pepper. I omitted the water that was called for in the recipe because it would make the gravy too thin. I baked the dish as directed in the original recipe. I served this with boiled potatoes (not mashed potatoes) and French style green beans.
Tip: Discover the improved flavor of using sea salt over iodized salt in all of your recipes, excepting breads and pastries.
gave it four stars becuase my gravy wasn't really 'gravy' much much too watery. BUT it tasts great. What happened was i cooked the meat, but dh brought home mcdonalds 0_o so im tasting it for the first time, the day AFTER. It tasts wonderful on a sandwhich and its super easy.
The meat was sooooooo tender. It was falling off the bone. I never tasted so much flavor in a pork chop before. This is a must try recipe.
5++++ stars! Awesome pork chops, fork tender and the gravy is wonderful! I did not add the salt so I used garlic powder and dried minced onion along with fresh ground black pepper. Browned the pork chops first, whisked together the soup, milk, water, and baked for 1 1/2 hour. Perfect chops!