Very good! I didn't have Ritz crackers so I used breadcrumbs with the Lipton's Onion Soup mix. I had 2 thick butterflied pork chops and used an iron skillet in the oven. I changed cooking time to just 30 minutes because todays pork is much leaner and then used extra melted butter for drizzling when I turned them. They were delicious but one edge of one chop was not as tender as the rest. Next time I think I will take them out after 25 minutes. They continue to cook while resting and I think the few minutes less will make them perfect!! Especially yummy!!
I thought this was stunning! The first time I made it, I was short on Ritz crackers so I used some french fried onions. Super onion-y and great! Thanks for posting!
This is so delicious it is now one of my favorites. I changed the recipe a little by substituting bread crumbs for the crackers and still had awesome results.
I will definitely be making this again.
As good as I remembered from childhood! Yummy!
This was delicious! I used 9 thin-cut pork loin chops and one sleeve of Ritz crackers. I crushed the crackers in a large ziploc bag then added the Lipton onion soup mix... then just shake n bake. So easy! I baked them at 350 for 10 minutes then flipped them over and baked for 10 more minutes and they were cooked perfectly :^D Thanks for a great easy recipe... it's a keeper!
This was super easy and tasty! Dh and I both thought it needed more seasoning, I think next time I wll use a little more of the soup mix. Thanks for sharing!
Delicious pork chops. I used Homemade Dry Onion Soup Mix #110331 for the soup mix. Wasn't sure what size package of Ritz crackers was in actual quantity so I just crushed Ritz crackers until it looked like enough, about 14 crackers. Served the pork chops with Microwave Mashed Potatoes #148484, Basic Stuffing Balls With Variations #146597, peas and carrots, and cole slaw.
This is soooooo wonderful. This will be made again,I promise. Thanks for posting :) I only had 3 chops but it was perfect.
This was made on 7/2/08 for mine and SO's dinner.Since there was just us two for dinner, I used two very large sirloin pork chops. For the ingredients everything was cut in half,and the amount of crackers that were used was a total of nine.I forgot to use the melted butter, so I sprayed the top of chops with a little bit of butter flavored cooking spray. My SO thought that there was just a little bit too much breading,but I thought it was was just the right amount. The taste was just so moist, and not to salty at all.This will be made again. Thanks for posting and, "Keep Smiling :)"
I gave this 3 stars. I made this for dinner my family really enojoyed these pork chops. I thought they were a bit salty. My future hubby and I thought these needed a bit more sesaoning. I used Lipton onion mushroom soup mix as that's what I had on hand. I did use real big pork chops so maybe that's why it seemed like they needed more seasoning. it seemed like the first 2 pork chops had a good amount of crackers and seasoning and tasted the best. We will have these again but with more seasonings. Thanks for posting a recipe christine (internetnut)