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Very easy and delicious recipe! I used 4 pork loin chops, 3 thinly sliced medium russett potatoes, a can of cream of mushroom soup (didn't have cream of celery) with all the other ingredients as per directed, and put it in the crockpot for 6 hours on low. All was tender, moist and delicious! You can't go wrong! Since you adjust your own seasonings, all was just right ;)! What a fabulous recipe for the crockpot! Thank you Wildheart!

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Bev February 12, 2003

This was one tasty dish! I made it in the crockpot, and added fresh whole mushrooms. Tender and easy to make. Keeper! Thanks Wildheart

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Cindy in PA. January 07, 2003

I liked this but it turned out really soupy for me. I think it was my fault b/c i didnt use enough potatoes. Next time I will definitly use a crockpot!:) Thanks for an easy recipe!

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Ang11002 April 08, 2003

Yummy, easy dish--something a little different for pork chops! I added some sliced onions to the potatoes and some thyme on the pork chops--great flavor. Thank you for posting!

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thedixongang November 04, 2010

This is quite good! The potatoes actually end up tasting like scalloped potatoes. Very rich & creamy, almost cheesy, even though I used fat free evaporated milk & soup. I did turn the heat up to 400 degrees since the potatoes were a little crunchy after 45 minutes.

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Debbb March 06, 2010

Great! My family loved it! I had some leeks, so I added them to the potatoes. I think the potatoes should be sliced a little bigger than thin, as they were 'quite' done after 6 hrs on low.

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Chill June 16, 2009

I loved this very yummy. Will definitely make again.

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Monique #2 February 20, 2009

This is a pretty good recipe. My husband is going to make some changes to it next time to make it even better. We used fresh mushrooms, much better than canned ones. We also didn't have evaporated milk, so we just used what we had, skim milk. Overall a pretty good recipe, we will be making this one again. Thanks for posting!!!

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Gruenes February 10, 2009

This is so delicious! I'll definitely be making this over and over again. I used cream of mushroom soup, marinated the pork chops in salt and garlic overnight, and used 8-9 porkchops. I cooked them on high for 4.5 hrs, (but they may have been done in 4h). Also, as my crockpot manual suggested, I added more milk (non-condensed cream of broccoli, potatoe, and cheese soup~15oz.) afterward because the dairy curdled while cooking. I also strained the liquid (to get rid of the dairy curds and bits of pork) before I added the other soup.

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mle234 June 09, 2008

i love this and what i do different is to use two cans of celery soup and one can of milk and also add a little gravy master to darken it. i also add a can of carrots and cut my potatoes into quarters. this is one delicious easy supper, meat, vegetable, potatoes with gravy. can't ask for more.........okay add salad and hot rolls would be perfect supper.

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