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To keep from heating the house up with the oven, I cooked these in my pressure cooker for 25 minutes, (with 1/2 cup water added to make steam). They were fanastic!! They were fall apart tender, and the sauce that this makes is excellent!! I would have never thought of using these two soups together, but WOW!! This is really a great recipe!!
I actually had everything on hand to make this. It was great~there were unfortunately no leftovers. Next time I'm going to double the soup to have extra gravy on hand. I served this with mashed potatoes and it was a good combination. Thanks for a great recipe Dana!!
this recipe for pork chops was one of the best I have ever had!!! It was very easy to make and soooo tender, and the gravy was just delicious!! Served it with fresh butterbeans, biscuits, and mashed potatoes with the gravy over top. Absolutely wonderful!! Thanks for posting!
My family and I loved this recipe. I followed the recipe exactly, using 1/2 inch center cut pork chops which turned out very tender. The gravy was so delicious. I would definately make this again. Thank you for such a GREAT recipe!
Absolutely wonderful. The pork chops were fork tender and the gravy was out of this world served over rice or mashed potatoes. Great recipe.
A real pleaser!!Everyone loved this one!I had to use a can of cream of celery for the french onion but it made a nice creamy sauce that I served over mashed potatoes!!Pork was sooo tender,fell apart before it got to my plate.Family wants this again and again.Thanks for such a great recipe,Dana:)
I have made this twice now - because my dad absolutely loved it the first time I made it. I thought the chops would come out more tender - but the flavor was great. Makes wonderful gravy - so definitely make some mashed potatoes to serve with this! I used the condensed french onion and put it through my mini food processor then added the cream of mushroom soup and gave it another whirl. That way - there were no onion pieces in the gravy! Used some fresh grated parmsan on top. I will make this again for sure - just have to figure out my cooking time to make them come out tender!
Hello Dana; Purchased a 10 pound Pork Loin at a great buy - $1.99 per pound. Cut some pieces just over 1/2 inch thick and then proceeded with your recipe. Made my own seasoned bread crumbs, had no Condensed French Onion Soup, but used 1 packet of Onion Soup Mix with 3/4 cup of wate mixed with the mushroom soup. I placed 4 chops in a 9" x 9" oven-proof casserole dish. Preheated the oven to 350 F and cooked for 40 minutes, turned the chops over and reduced the heat to 325F and cooked for an addtionl 15 minutes. The pork chops were so tender and juicy and the sauce was out of this world. Thank you so much for sharing. These are the best pork chops that I ever had. This is now number one on our agenda. This was just great. "Uncle Bill"
It's simple and absolutely wonderful. Extremely tender. I have served it many times to many people and they all have enjoyed the pork chops. I have doubled the recipe (for a party) and still had no leftovers.
These are very good.They came out crispy on the outside and tender on the inside and smothered with delecious gravy.Everyone liked it.Thanks!