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Had to use ground rosemary, since no fresh available. But made the recipe as stated. I used a pork loin. Started the cooking process on the stove top and finished in the oven and it only took about 20 minutes. Recipe was easy and fast. Thanks for posting.

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maxona_1172240 July 02, 2013

This was pretty good. I used thick bone in chops cooked about 45 minutes.They were very moist, flavorful, the breading was not crispy. Might need the time and/or temp adjusted. I will probably make again. Makes a pretty chop.

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l.church August 02, 2010

I was looking for something different to do with Pork chops. I had looked at a few recipes and decided on this one with a few changed. I deboned the chops and tenderized them. I lined a cookie sheet with foil, sprayed it with Pam Olive Oil spray. I then coated the chops with the mustard, used a sparse amount of dried rosemary, then sprinkled with the bread crumbs. I put the chops on the baking pan, breaded side down, covered the top side with the mustard, rosemary, and bread crumbs. I sprayed the tops of the chops with Pam Olive Oil spray also. I then baked them at 400 degrees for about 30 minutes. I am not a huge fan of rosemary, so that may be eliminated completely next time. Great taste though!!!

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Mrs. Wright November 17, 2009

Good recipe! I love dijon, and I was also looking for something to use my fresh rosemary. I cooked these completely on the stove-top. Will try the oven method next time.

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Southern Bug July 16, 2009

Very Nice! Decided on this at the last moment. I cut some chops from a pork tenderloin that I picked up last night (on sale) The rosemary and Dijon went together perfectly. Thanks for posting. Made for RRR ZWT 5

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Boo Chef in West Texas June 06, 2009

Quick and easy, I skipped the browning step, and they turned out nice and moist. Great flavor. ZWT5

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morgainegeiser June 04, 2009

This was really easy to prepare and had a nice taste. However, it really reminded us of a breakfast sausage (Jimmy Dean's came to mind), and I didnt really taste the Dijon. I used pork ribs instead of chops; otherwise I followed all directions as posted. This was nice for a weeknight meal when you are low on time. Made for ZWT5.

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Dr. Jenny June 01, 2009

This was so fantastic. Easy and quick to put together and very tasty. Made for RECIPE SWAP #25 - February 2009

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Sonya01 February 17, 2009
Dijon Crusted Pork Chops