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!
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.
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.
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!
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!
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.
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.
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.
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!
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