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I've been cooking for over 20 years, but could never get a moist, not dry, pork chop. My mother is an excellent cook, but her advice did not work. I made this today and I've never had such a succulent chop! It was more-ish. It's also the first time EVER I've made gravy from scratch. Terrific! A keeper. Thanx. (BTW, I'm not a kid; I'm in my 40's!)

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sharonmcgovern November 03, 2009

Really? These were the worst. Tough as the sole of a shoe to boil them in liquid for an hour or more. I do not recommend this recipe and it ruined my dinner for family. I was so embarrassed and had to throw most of the meat dish away. What a waste.

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dar35 November 10, 2013

I''ve been trying to find a good recipe for tender pork chops, and this is close. Two of the boneless chops were tender and the other two were still dry and tough. I think the crock-pot is the only fool-proof way for me, but I may try this again with less water so that they're not submerged. Great gravy, especially with cranberry rice (#82298).

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lolablitz February 27, 2013

This came out great! I followed Bergy's advice and only used 1 cup bouillon for 2 chops. The onion definitely makes this dish! I used boneless chops but next time I think I'll try bone-in.... they'll be even more moist!

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nemokitty July 26, 2010

This was the first pork chop recipe that my husband truly liked. He said the only problem was that there weren't enough. Delicious. We'll be doing these again. I added a cup or 2 of fresh mushrooms and less onions, plus garlic with the oil. Wonderful. Thank you.

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PTBakerMom October 27, 2008

This is an excellent recipe. I made a few changes for a variation. I used one dry envelope of pork gravy and one dry envelope of mushroom gravy instead of the beef bouillon. I used 2-3 cups sliced fresh mushrooms instead of the onions. I also added a few dashes of Bells Turkey seasoning to each chop before adding the liquid and gravy mix.

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mainelydawgs April 30, 2008

I can't make a tender pork chop to save my life but I came pretty close with this recipe. I have a feeling when I make it next time, and I definitely will make it again, it will be even better because I forgot about making the gravy. Also, my hubby was on a business call and I had to keep it warm quite awhile after it was done. I'm very pleased with this recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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Katemeri January 17, 2008

This is the best pork chops I've ever had. My family and I haven't really cared for them in the past because they are always so tough and dry. This recipe makes them tender and the gravy makes them very moist! Loved it!

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godsgurl247 September 21, 2007

I made this last night and it was so easy. I will be making this again, only next time I will use thinner pork chops. Mine were so thick and I cooked them over an hour they were still a little dry. Have no fear with gravy how could they be bad? The gravy was so easy and so delicious. I liked the fact that there was plenty of gravy for the meat and the mashed potatoes. Thanks for a very good recipe Gloria!

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Moist Pork Chops