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I tried the creamed version using cream and tarragon (variation at the bottom of the recipe) and it was most delicious. I will definitely make it again.
This was a big hit at my dinner party, however, I felt there didn't seem to be a big flavor. Maybe they should be marinated to pick up more of the taste.
Quick to fix and tasty too!
Quick and tasty way to make pork chops. We had these with baked potatoes and green beans for a nice middle-of-the-week dinner.
This was absolutely delicious! I too did Variation #2 and it was great! I think I will try it on chicken too since it was on the "request a recipe" talk group. Thanks for posting this recipe.
These were amazing. I did variation #2 and it was delicious. I can't wait to make it again. I may even try it with chicken. Wonderful recipe!!!!!!
It was okay, I made the wine version as I didn't have lemon juice in the house. I dredged the pork chops in flour before browning them in the pan and I added garlic to the recipe, which I do to every recipe. I strained the garlic off and turned the wine into gravy afterward. Not a bad recipe. It would have been quite bland without the garlic.
Great recipe! I used the white wine option for the sauce. I added some milk when I noticed that the sauce was turning out to be very thin. The chops were delicious!
FABULOUS! Here's what I did- I love lots of sauce, so I doubled it and used 3/4 cup of chicken broth, 3/4 cup of sherry and 1 1/2 cups of heavy cream. I used thyme and also added some dry mustard. It was to die for, very delicate! My pork chops were a little thick (costco). Next time I will use a pork loin and slice it into medalions and serve it over wild rice. Thank you so much.