91 Reviews

Huband enjoyed this dish. I cut the recipe down to 2 servings, used Bush's Baked Beans and Jack Daniel's Spicy Original, and added hot peppers to turn up the heat a bit. The only issue was the onions were very soft by the time the chops were done. Other than that great recipe!! Thanks!

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Mindelicious April 28, 2010

yet another great kittencal recipe! i was looking for something to do with some pork chops i had, and came across this, and was excited to find it was a kittencal! this recipe makes quite a lot, i changed the servings to 2, and used a 6 pack of very thinly sliced pork chops. i fried them as directed with salt and pepper. i then add all the items to the beans, (i did use a regular size can of maple cured bush's baked beans, and jack daniels honey smokehouse bbq sauce). i also added the fresh garlic as you mentioned. i baked at 350 for about 55 minutes, they came out wonderful! the chops were very moist, and not falling apart. these beans had the taste of almost a pulled pork bbq and were sweet, which was great! my husband and i ate our fill, and we still have enough for another meal! this recipe is very simple to make, and uses things i have on hand. it takes about 15 minutes of prep time, which is great for busy weeknights. this is a keeper!

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nome179er January 10, 2010

Easy and yummy, quick to put together with common ingredients. Thanks for sharing.

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AndreaVT96 January 08, 2010

Awesome dish. Made a homemade BBQ sauce and cooked the chops for about 55 minutes at 350. Chops were flavorful and moist.

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Nathan H December 09, 2009

Simply tasty made with what I had on hand. The chops turned out very tender. Thanks! :)

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Tish September 03, 2009

Simple, tasty and made with ingredients normally on hand. I've made this a few times and it turns out perfectly every time.

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CASunshine July 16, 2009

We've made this a few times. It is very easy to put together and works nicely out at the cabin. It was abit to get the ingredient portions adjusted for us. Our pork/beans are 14 oz cans, so for 4 servings we used 2 cans & it still worked. For 1 Tbsp of ketchup I substituted chili sauce & instead of cayenne (not a fan) I used essence spice. Enjoyed the flavours, thanks for sharing.

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Mustang Sally 54269 July 16, 2009

This is a great new way for us to enjoy pork chops! I added 1 garlic clove and left out the green peppers as I didn't have any on hand. The beans had a good tangy flavor and next time I will definitely add the green peppers and a little more cayenne pepper for extra spice!

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Kristy D. June 07, 2009
Easy Oven Baked Beans and Pork Chops