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Fluffy, great recipe! Son was visiting and love it. DH Loved it too. I used 6 porkchops, 1 family size cream of chicken soup and canned potatoes. cooked 4 hrs Hi. and down to low for 2 hrs. very very tender. Thanks
I was only going to give this three stars, but DH seemed to like it and even was okay with having the leftovers in his lunch today! That's always a plus! I will make this again, since I wasn't feeling well and needed a "dump and go" type recipe where I didn't have to put the chops in the skillet beforehand. I think next time I'll brown the chops first and try some extra seasonings. Thanks!
Really nice flavour! Because I wanted to omit the onion, I added 1 tsp of seasoning salt & 1 tsp of garlic powder to the potatoes. Really easy dish! Unfortunately, the finished product is quite grayish in colour.
This was simple to put together, and we got full, but I wouldn't make this again. The pork chops were dry, the potatoes were bland, and the whole thing was rather unattractive. I made the recipe exactly as written (using milk instead of water), except I garnished with some chopped fresh parsley for color. This was certainly not the worst recipe I've ever followed, but I think I'll keep looking for a crock pot pork chop recipe that works for me.
it is a very tastey recipe , both my toddlers love it.
This is a wonderful recipe! I substituted mushrooms and greenbeans for the onions. I made a wonderful gravy. The chops were very teader, I will definately make it again!
This turned out well. I followed the recipe,but when I opened my cream of celery soup it wasn't looking too good....it must have been lurking around in my cupboard longer than I thought!! So, I used cream of chicken instead which I diluted with milk, and I seasoned my chops with some garlic powder and some seasoning salt. This was super easy to put together and great if you are a little pressed for time. Thanks Fluffy, will use this recipe again!