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This was delicious! I have a similar recipe that is done on the stove, but I decided to try this one, because it sounded like less work. It is even better than my old recipe! I will definitely use this technique from now on. I didn't have any cream of chicken soup, so I used cream of mushroom. I also used 1/2 of a sliced onion for the "onion seasoning", which I sauted with the pork chops. Thanks for the great recipe!

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ChipotleChick March 14, 2003

This is really tasty. I was a bit skeptical at first about the ingredients for the sauce, but it was really good-I followed the recipe exacttly. My biggest problem was that I used very thick pork chops and they were not tender. I'm sure that if I used a thinner cut of meat that they would be quite tender. The gravy would be good with chicken as well.

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Marla in California February 10, 2003

Wonderful recipe! I did not brown my chops prior to putting them in the roaster, they turned out fine. The only thing I will do differently next time is cut back a bit on the milk - I found the sauce a bit to runny, I would have prefered it to be a bit ticker. This recipe is very tasty and very easy to put together. Thanks for sharing.

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Graybert June 17, 2003

Thanks Shelli! Quick and easy recipe. While taste testing the sauce when they were cooking I found it a bit on the mellow side for my taste so I added about 2 tblsp of soy sauce. Will make this again!

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Verelucky April 05, 2004

Excellent! I followed the recipe exactly. No need for any changes. My husband and children loved it! We'll definitely be having this again. Thanks, Shelli!

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JacquelinePA January 24, 2004

I was going to make coca cola pork chops, but didn't have any coke. I found this recipe and had everything to make it. I was surprised at how good it was. My picky kids loved it too.

Thanks!

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jtwtech August 08, 2012

Good recipe. I think next time I would prefer it without the ketchup or with cream of mushroom soup instead. But, very good base recipe to try different variations. To prevent drying out, I suggest a vey limited browning time or skipping it altogether for boneless pork chops since pork cooks quickly. Also, I covered my dish while baking.

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srjstallworth February 22, 2012

Definitely easy! The sauce is very yummy. I added more garlic and a few extra shakes of worcestershire sauce. The ketchup gives it a hint of sweetness but it is not overwhelming. I had thick chops and they were dry at 1 hour. Next time I will put in for 45 minutes.

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Ck2plz May 14, 2009

Delicious!! I doubled the gravy ingredients since I LOVE gravy!! For the Pork Chops I sprinkled onion powder, salt & pepper on each side; then dipped it in egg and then flour. Used one tin of Cream of Mushroom soup & one Cream of Chicken soup. A 5-star recipe indeed!! Thank you for posting!

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Chef Judith Irene April 14, 2009

This recipe was fabolous. I tweeked it a little by omitting the 3 tablespoons of ketchup and increasing the Worcestershire sauce to 3 tablespoons. Also I used some seasoning salt instead of regular salt. Thanks for this simple fantastic recipe

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Vanessa H. July 08, 2008
Easy Baked Pork Chops