9 Reviews

Enjoyed this, will make again. Only problems were I only cooked it a total of 40 minutes covered and the pork was a little dry, and when I took the foil off thinking I needed to cook it another 10 minutes all the liquid was already absorbed. Next time I will use 1 1/2 cups beef broth. But it was very tasty and we ate all of it!

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catmaniacs April 30, 2012

Easy casserole to put together and the pork chops did come out tender but it was WAY too salty for our tastes. I cut the recipe in half and only used 1/2 an envelope if that and it was still salty. Oh well, it was tender. Made for PAC Spring 2014.

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nemokitty May 02, 2014

This was so delicious even though I changed the recipe a little. I cut up lean pork and I added a frozen bag of peas and mushrooms with garlic. I didn't have any beef broth so I used chicken broth. I also browned the pork with onions and garlic. It was perfection!! I am definitely making this again.

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Nubianginger October 07, 2013

We really liked this, I did not have any Lipton onion soup mix so I used Copycat Lipton Onion Soup Mix
copycat recipe (with better than bouillon rather than powdered which gave the rice better flavor) Cooked for exactly 1 hour covered with no additional cooking for the rice. The chops were perfectly moist. Thanks for posting!

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RedHeadToToe May 24, 2012

I made this recipe late this sunday evening. It was great and timely. The only thing that could have been better was the rice. It came out a little stiffer than i would normally like but i think that happened due to using two baking dishes and not accounting for the broth needed. Kids loved it!

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mamagottacook August 29, 2011

Just made this last night for the umpteenth time and realized I never rated this recipe. Well it is worthy of 10 stars for the simplicity, taste, changeability and great leftover uses! I have made this as written, changed the vegtables, the pork and it still comes out scrumptious! The leftovers are great for a quick supper of wrpas when time is tight. Thanks Chef for a very easy, tasty and quick meal!!!

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missy2m May 12, 2010

Mar 24 - This was really good. I used a smaller casserole dish and only 2 pork chops but the same amount of rice. I also used the rest of a package of what I think was fajita mix, instead of the onion soup mix. Finally, I used chicken stock instead of beef. This recipe was a great jumping off point for my dinner and as you can see, it can be altered to use what you have handy in your pantry! I would definitely use this recipe again. Yum! Mar29- Made this again (yes so soon!). This time I used stewing beef, chicken stock, hot'n'spicy fried rice seasoning (Sunbird), and GG Frzn Japanese Mixed Veg. Good Stuff!

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Dominique353 March 29, 2010

Excellent week night casserole. I did leave out the frozen mixed vegetables. I can see using this recipe without the pork chops for a side dish. I love rice and this was very flavorful. And super easy.

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A Pinch of This ... March 24, 2010

This was a very good casserole. Easy, one dish meal, just add vegetable. Made for New Kids on the Block.

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mightyro_cooking4u March 22, 2010
Pork Chop, Onion, and Rice Casserole