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These were easy to make but a bit salty for us. I used prok chops and only put salt and pepper on them, I did not use the flour. Next time I would just use pepper. The gravy was good but salty. We did enjoy it.

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bmcnichol February 01, 2013

Made with pork chops, halved the recipe and used French Onion mix (it's what was in the store), served with mashed potatoes with some broth/onion mix juices poured on top. It was delicious! And the house smelled great while it was cooking too. :-) Thanks for the recipe.

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SJBG May 11, 2009

I love recipes from grandmothers. You can often find an easy classic & this is one. I used 4 thick cut boneless pork chops and reduced the oil to a Tbls in a non stick skillet. After browning I placed them in a casserole dish and sprinkled with 1 pkt of GOLDEN onion soup mix and 1 19oz can of low sodium chicken broth. After baking per the recipe the chops were fork tender & needed nothing else. This is comfort food all the way and mashed potatoes would be great with the thickened sauce in the pan. Made for Pick A Chef Spring '09!

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Susie D March 26, 2009
City Chicken (Or Pork)