This was made on 12/3/08 for the " KITTENCAL Cook-A-Thon" and as part of our dinner.First, I must tell you that I'm so embarrassed that I've had this recipe in my cookbook for so long and just now made it.Since there was just two for dinner the recipe was adjusted accordingly.I used two large end cut chops, one 16 ounce can of pork and beans( which was drained a bit ),about 1/8th cup of chopped onion, and some freeze dried red and green bell pepper flakes.For the rest of the ingredients, about 2 to 4 Tablespoons of each were used adjusting to our tastes. Except for the cayenne pepper, only about an 1/8 of a teaspoon was used.Instead of topping the chops with the beans, I left them off so the chops could slightly brown.This recipe was baked for 40 to 45 minutes, and was perfect. In fact it was it was so perfect,I was gnawing the meat off the bone. This will be made again, and again. Thank you so much for posting, and "Keep Smiling :)"
This was a quick and easy recipe and tasted wonderful! Being able to put something inthe oven and "forget it" is key for me so I loved this recipe. DH thought it tasted great. He was sick of all my casseroles and wanted some "real food". This was easy for me to put together and satisfied his meat and potato appetite. Thanks!
Nothing says it better than step #9...DELICIOUS! The aroma while baking was mouth-watering, so I knew it would be fabulous. I had to use 2 casserole dishes to fit it all in, which made me think this would be a great dish to make for your family, then take the other to someone home-bound. In our case, it's for dinner tomorrow night! I used boneless sirloin chops and they were perfect. Thanks so much, Kitten.
Another winner! I had some pork chops and wanted something simple -- but different and came across this recipe. It is very easy to assemble -- and even easier to eat. Great flavors. This would be a good dish to take to a potluck -- you could cut the pork chops in halves or thirds. I'm glad to have another great pork chop recipe in my library! Thanks, Carol
escellent pork chop recipe. very tender and moist. we make this recipe at least once a week
This recipe was a hit with DH. The flavor of the beans was delicious.(I added 3 cloves of garlic of course.) I prepared the bean mixture early in the day so the flavors could mingle. I also added a little honey as another reviewer did. I used four thick cut bone in chops, baked for 1 hour. Wish I could've baked longer for added tenderness as directed, but it was late in the evening & we were hungry. Will definetely be making again, even if I just make my beans this way from now on. Thanks for a great recipe, Kitten.
Tasted great, and simple too.
Really loved this! (Even though my chops turned out dry) I used boneless, and I think I will try this again with bone-in chops. Actually my kids (11 &15) threw this together for dinner, and said it was very easy!
Reaaly simple recipe with great taste. Thanks for sharing.
Fabulous! Made it exactly as directed. Easy to put together and there was enough for two dinners, just microwaving it the 2nd night. THANKS! Great memories of meals when I was a kid too. ;-)