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I made 1/2 the recipe using sweet red onion following the rest of the directions. I found this should be made yes in a shallow pan also the chops should fit in the pan tight. For when you add the water and it`s a large pan you have an excess amount of liquid at the end result. Where if I had time I would have reduced stove top or added a roux to thicken and serve with the chops. Apple juice would be a delish substitute for the water. This recipe did have lots of sweet tangy flavor. Do baste a few times to keep the onions moist. Easy and very good!

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Rita~ September 05, 2006

The family liked this a lot. I used half beef broth and half chicken broth instead of water and I didn't have to baste as I filled the liquids to just cover the onions and lemon. I used BBQ sauce sparingly instead of ketchup. I took member -RITA-'s suggestion and made a roux to thicken the remaining liquids into a delicious gravy. The family asked me to make this very simple and easy entree dish again.

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whatcha got cookin' January 06, 2008

We enjoyed this dish. It was simple, smelled great while it was cooking, tasted great, and was a nice presentation. Thanks echo echo.

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lazyme September 21, 2006

This recipe was really good! I made as posted except I left off the lemon slices (I didn't have any). The chops had very good flavor and smelled wonderful as they were baking. Next time I think I will brown the chops a little before putting in the baking pan ~ just personal preference. Thanks for another winner, eebrag!

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Lvs2Cook October 03, 2005
Oven Pork Chops