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Easy to make. The mustard/dressing sauce was very good-just not enough of it. I will make more sauce next time. Definitely will make again.
Very yummy and easy to make. I added more of the mustard/salad dressing mixture, but still came up short. Great with mashed or new potatoes. Definitely a keeper!
Very simple to make with not many ingredients needed. The mustard and italian dressing made a nice dressing. Tasty!
Great recipe for a 'something quick but different' dinner. I only had Tomato Basil Balsamic Vinaigrette but it was wonderful. My husband loves dijon mustard and I thought he was going to like his plate. Thanks for the recipe and thanks to the others for posting your adds. I'm going to try adding mushrooms next time.
I liked the flavor and ease of this. I got the chops too dry, though. Since I figured that was probably my fault, I still gave it a 4. Double the sauce if you want the chops to be anywhere near covered.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for posting this recipe. It was so delicious. It was easy and quick. I need full flavored recipes to combat the boredom of a low carb diet. I did make more mustard sauce ( I doubled it.) I had zesty Italian dressing so that is what I used. My pork chops did not fit well in my pan so after browning the chops, I removed them to a 350 degree oven and then sauteed the onions and made the sauce. As soon as the onions were softened I pulled the chops out and sauced each chop liberally and topped with the onions. I covered the pan and put back in the oven to finish for about 30 minutes as I would be reheating the next day for our main meal. The chops were tender and moist. I served this with a Cesar salad. Hubby loved it and wanted another chop.
Yummmm! This recipe was so good! Since I don't use oil sprays when I cook, I actually cooked three pieces of bacon and used the fat left in the pan to brown the chops. I also added some mushrooms with the onions. The pork chops came out so tender and juicy. I will definitely be making this again. :)
Thought the Dijon/Italian Dressing combination was bad. Made the mix, tasted it and threw it away.
Yummy! I used boneless chops, and grainy dijon mustard, next time I would definately make more sauce. Very tasty and very easy.
Very easy! We seasoned chops with season salt and omitted the onions b/c I don't care for them. Next time, I will probably double the sauce and add some corn starch to make it more of a gravy. Thanks for posting!