3 Reviews

It was just the two of us, so I used 2 boneless chops, sprinkled w/salt and pepper before browning. I followed the rest of the recipe exactly, but used Campbell's Chicken with White and Wild Rice. I poked a couple holes in the chops after laying them in the rice/juice. This was quite good, a bit tangy from the orange juice and flavorful from the soup. Colorful, too, and the veggies from the soup were great. It all went together very fast and very easily and my bf also thought this was pretty good. Thanks Swan Valley Tammi for a keeper. :) UPDATE: Btw, there was leftover rice from this and it tastes excellent reheated! I just sprinkled it with a bit of water, loosely covered the microwave-safe bowl I'd refrigerated it in, and reheated no high for 1 1/2 mins, stirred, and cooked on high another 1 min or so. I had about 1 1/2 cups left over, it was so good I just inhaled it. I noticed a previous reviewer had been worried about how this rice would heat up. No worries, tastes just fine and delicious reheated. :D

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blancpage October 06, 2007

We really liked this one. The orange juice threw me at first, but it actually gave it a little kick to make it different from the usual pork chop casserole.

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Luv2Cook/Hate2Clean:) December 16, 2006

I'll admit, I almost didn't make this because of the orange juice. Now I'm glad I did! It's surprisingly tasty, although next time I think I'll cut the recipe in half as I am not sure how well the rice will reheat for leftovers. This one is definitely easy to put together, and I plan to make it again in the future.

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ckmclements June 26, 2006
Pork Chop Casserole