I have the BHG cookbook with this recipe and have been making it for about 42 years...it's my husband's favorite. Have used bone-in chops, boneless, marinated, tenderized--any chop works. We like the onion slice and lemon slice, but if I don't have them, I have sprinkled onion powder and a splash of lemon juice on the top. It's my go to when I just want to stick something in the oven and relax.
Easy and good! Had to use pork and beans, but I want to try just baked beans as the recipe calls for, and not the kind with honey or onions or maple syrup, etc.
Dreamer, you were right, we loved it! What a great weeknight meal. I used thin boneless pork chops and cut the cooking time in half. Made for Zaar Stars, please see my rating system as I rate tougher than most.
This was good and easy to make. My chops were thin cut so I cut the cooking time to only 45 minutes. I also used 10 chops since they were thin. I followed the rest of the recipe as written other then I didn't add the onion or lemon as they aren't favorites of ours. Everyone liked them other then my 8 year old who saw me put mustard in them and refused to eat them :). I also cooked them on the grill instead of the oven. Nice Sunday dinner
I loved this for an easy family meal. It was easy to assemble & pop in the oven. What comes out is a hearty, comforting meal. I really loved the flavor combination of: mustard, ketchup and brown sugar on the pork chops...who knew! I used 2 cans of pork and beans in tomato sauce, since I couldn't find baked beans in tomato sauce - only in brown sugar, etc...
An easy way to get a good dinner on the table with little fuss. I used 3 chops for the 2 of us but kept the other ingredient amounts the same. Not reading ahead, I put the onion and lemon on top during assembly but it worked at fine. I was undecided whether to cover during baking or not so I did for an hour or so then removed the lid to reduce the sauce. Tender and moist chops with a tangy sauce. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
This was absolutely delicious! How easy can you get, and yet it tastes like you slaved! I love the sauce that is created on top of the chops, and it goes perfectly with the beans. This is a wonderful autumn meal that I will definitely make again!
Very good and easy to make. This is a different way to prepare chops for me and we all really enjoyed it. The meat came out tender and flavorful. Delish!
Yumm! What a wonderful and different way to serve pork and beans! The pork chop was so moist and flavourful. I had wondered about all the flavour going on top of the chops but not to worry, it spreads nicely throughout the beans. I did cut the sugar back to about 1/3 cup and it was fine. I used 3 large, thick chops for the three of us. Thanks so much for posting this recipe. We will use it again!