10 Reviews

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.

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Andrea January 13, 2002

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.

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Tristanny January 02, 2002

Quick to fix and tasty too!

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Judy C. December 29, 2002

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.

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ellie_ June 02, 2003

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.

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Chippie1 April 29, 2003

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!!!!!!

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~jb4~ April 23, 2003

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.

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Minnie0o0 April 15, 2010

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!

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libbysnax October 30, 2006

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.

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HeidiSue December 29, 2004
Herbed Pork Chops