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I cooked this for DH and I tonight using 4 pork chops.This was GREAT!!!I will be fixing this again.It was tangy and creamy.We had it with buttered noodles and peas.YUMMMM.I had lots of sauce and enough for leftovers tomorrow.THANKS for a great dinner!!!

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Theresa P December 30, 2002

Excellent pork chops! I followed this recipe as printed, with the exception that I only used about 1/2 cup sour cream. I did find that after 45 minutes my pork chops were cooked and very tender, and almost all the liquid had evaporated, even with the lid on. I don't know if that was to be expected or not, but I do know that it didn't matter. The gravy made with the pan drippings and the sour cream was soooo tasty. I served these moist and tender chops with mashed potatoes and steamed broccoli, along with the creamy gravy, and my family finished every bit of this great dinner. Thanks for posting the recipe!

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Lennie September 12, 2002

Yummy, yummy chops. I used about 1/4 cup of sour cream to make the gravy and man, was it good. Tender meat and the gravy went well over the mashed potatoes I served with this. No left-overs :( Thanks papergoddess.

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Michaela November 29, 2002

It certainly was good! I followed the recipe exactly and I did prefer the sauce with the sour cream. Thanks for the good recipe.

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Radka September 19, 2006

It's so hard to find good pork chop recipes, but I was very pleased with this one. I tasted the sauce without the sour cream and it was very good, but I have to say the sour cream adds just the right something. I just added a couple of dollops and the flavor was delicious. It even passed my picky husband test. Thank you

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dreamcookie November 02, 2002

I made this for my family tonight and everybody loved it. I followed the recipe as given and it turned out absolutely delicious.My husband said "this one is a keeper"

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Patra Freeman October 13, 2002

This was excellent! I had to cook it in two pans since we have such a large family, but it was easy and delicious. DH asked to make it a part of our regular meal plan. Thanks!

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Mom of Five May 02, 2003

Mmmmmm good pork chops!! Tasty and tender. I scaled the recipe to half for the two of us and it worked out fine. We found it had lots of taste and I just added a couple of globs of fat free sour cream, also added a couple of mushrooms, sliced. The gravy was delicious!! actually I slipped a bit with the pepper so it ended up having a nice little zing to it. (Not sorry I slipped!!) I used about a teaspoon of cornstarch with a quarter cup of cold water to thicken it. Love the paprika and we will put this one in the hard copy. Served it over boiled potatoes and with Green Beans Amandine. Thanks for sharing a do again keeper.

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Derf April 13, 2004

This was delicous and easy. I didn't use the garlic, I personally don't care for garlic and pork together usles it's asian cusine, and i didn't use the sour cream. Tonight was the second time i used this recepie, I used butterfly cut chops and it turned out very tender and succulent, I think I cooked it for 40-45 minutes.

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jody notarianni September 19, 2003

I made this for dinner the other night over hot egg noddles with the added sour cream,I strained out the gravy and thickened it up as called for. the kids and hubby liked it. I personaly thought it needed more taste, i found it kinda bland. thanks :o)

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Lisa in Oregon June 25, 2003
Hungarian Pork Chops