6 Reviews

Made this and thought it was pretty darn good. I had just thawed out the chops and cooked em up right away. Next time I think I'll let them sit in the beer for a day to let the flavor soak in before I cook them.

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that_biLL_guy December 17, 2007

I enjoyed these, but did take note of previous reviews, and added seasoning to the flour, along with onions to the sauce, which I felt probably helped. The pork was fabulously moist though!

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SugaredAlmond June 14, 2006

These were okay, but I wasn't very impressed. It had a strange flavor. Perhaps my dried thyme has gone off. I'll try this again in the future and see if that's what was wrong.

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JenSmith June 10, 2006

I made some changes, but loved the results so you get 5 stars from me. I added salt & pepper to the flour to dredge the pork chops. Added an onion & garlic along with the mushrooms and mixed a can of cream of mushroom soup with the cup of beer. I did this in an electric skillet and turned it way down and simmered about 35-45 minutes. Terrific taste and very tender chops. DH declared this one a hit. Thank you!!!

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Susie D June 07, 2006

This is great comfort food. I think it would benefit from some seasoning before flouring, and some thickening of the sauce. I used a light beer, and the beer flavor was not too strong at all. I cooked mine a bit longer and it probably could have simmered even longer to get more tender. We really liked the thyme/mushroom addition. Thanks for sharing this one, Jessica K.

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PanNan June 05, 2006

We enjoyed this but felt it needed a little jazzing up. The porkchops take on a nice colour in the browning and the beer gives a unique flavour to the sauce, but I still felt the overall dish was lacking in something. Next time I might add a stock cube to the gravy and thicken it up with a bit of flour or possibly add sour cream right at the end with some paprika and fresh herbs over top.

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Sackville June 03, 2006
Pork Bavarian