OH MY GOODNESS!!!! This is an awesome recipe. It makes the most tender and flovorful pork chops that I have ever tasted. I too used olive oil instead of the vegetable oil and served it over brown rice. This has gone into our favorite recipes.
Fantastic recipe! I'm so glad I tried this out! It's so easy to prepare and the flavors are amazing! This is definitely going to be a favorite recipe! Changes I made: I didn't have garlic powder and used garlic plus seasoning instead. I didn't measure out the spices but just sprinkled it on the meat before browning. I used chicken stock instead of water. For the Future: I will definitely try this out with fresh mushrooms and fresh garlic added to the soup mix. I served this with mashed potatoes (red potatoes, real butter, whipping cream and sour cream) and steamed veggies. What I liked most was fresh cracked pepper over the chops and over the gravy on the potatoes, that was an amazing combination! So tasty! Thanks BrendaM for posting this delicious recipe! I highly recommend this recipe if you're looking for some comfort food!
This was an excellent recipe. I didn't have any Italian seasoning, so I just sprinkled on some basil and oregano along with the garlic powder. The second time I made this I used cream of mushroom soup and it was even better! It goes great with wild rice. Thank you for one of our new favorites!
Very delicious pork chops!! I didn't have regular parmesan cheese so I used the kind you put on spaghetti and it turned out great!! I'm so glad I ran across Recipezaar!!
ditto with the olive oil,nix the "italian seasoning" [just what is that dry stuff anyway?]use flour,liberal fresh ground pepper and chopped garlic to coat your chops before frying. Change the soup to cream of asparagus with a squeeze of lemon juice and you've got my Nana's baked porkchops! To "Summer it Up" you can add a few coarse chopped fresh tomatoes on top of the chops before you add the breadcrumb mixture. If you use a steel handle deep skillet you can do it all in one pan including the baking. Delizioso! Mama mia pass the bread!
This is a great recipe, very tasty and simple to prepare. The only adjustment I made was to brown the chops in olive oil rather than vegetable oil.
Fantastic. Great flavor and very moist. Followed Wissy's suggestions about seasoning/browning the chops, but followed the rest of the recipe exactly (except for the bread crumbs - I had none on hand, so I used crushed Ritz crackers). Served this with scalloped potatoes and green beans. Thanks for sharing.
Pick your chef. We thank you for another easy tasty recipe. Must say this is a keeper. I added canned mushrooms. Meat was very tender Mashed Potatoes and Green Beans and we had great meal.
This was easy to make, ingredients most of us already have on hand and it tasted great! The sauce it makes tastes even better on mashed potatoes, I will be making this again.
I usually resist trying "can of something" recipes--they sometimes have a characteristic salty, soupy taste. I'm glad I gave this one a go, however. The pork chops had a great Italian flavor and looked very attractive. This is a nice way to add some life to plain pork chops. Thanks, BrendaM!