I made this and changed it quite a bit. I used a 28 oz. can of baked beans and 2 15 oz. cans of pork & beans. I also used 4 pork chops and 1 pork steak to serve 6. I multiplied the other ingredients by 1.5. The flavor of the beans was awesome. The pork chops did not cook all the way through (even in 50 minutes) because the pan was badly overcrowded. I also thought the topping on the pork chops looked strange. If I did decide to make this again I would only make 4 servings and would follow the directions.
All I could taste was the mustard and ketchup.
These really were yummy! It sounds weird with the ketchup and mustard, but they are great! And easy, which is what I like. Love them, thanks!
Very tender and tasty! I really enjoyed it! My husband didn't care for the mustard flavor too much, but he did eat it and said it was delicious. The mustard did get a bit strong. I probably would omit the mustard when I make it again....and I will be making this dish again!
Came out wonderful, very tender and juicy. Didn't know how I felt about putting Ketchup and mustard on, but did it anyway - glad I did.
I made this for dinner on 1/9/08.Since there was only two of us,this is how it was made.For the bean part of the dish,one can of beans were used with the full amount of brown sugar,and 1/4 cup of "Sweet Baby Ray's Hickory and Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce".For the chops I used four boneless center cut chops,sprinkled about 1/2 tablespoon of brown sugar over each chop.Then I mixed 1/8 cup of each ketchup and mustard,and spooned that over the meat.I baked them at 350Âº since Southern Macaroni Pie II was also being baked.The next time this is made,I'm going to lightly brown the chops for just a little color.Thanks for posting,and "Keep Smiling :)"
I wasn't sure what to think of ketchup and mustard poured all over top of pork chops. But I tried it anyway. It was way too ketchup-y. If I did it again, maybe I would leave the ketchup/mustard off and put the beans on top. Or I would recommend BBQ sauce on top instead of ketchup/mustard. I'm leaving it unrated. I'll also use pork tenderloin next time to cut the calories.
Terrific! Simple to do, inexpensive and slightly different! Husband absolutely loved it--insists that it go into regular menu rotation! Thank you for posting such a easy comfort food recipe.
I made this because I was overstocked on cans of pork and beans. It was easy to prepare and I followed the recipe without any enhancements of my own but the taste of the brown sugar, ketchup and mustard was just too overpowering for me. Definitely my taste bud problem I'm sure because I don't even like ketchup on my hot dogs.