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Yummy. Baked in the oven after browning on the stove. Kids ate it so definitely a winner

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tracie2 January 07, 2013

Great recipe!! I added a can of mushrooms to the sauce, and about 3/4 cup water to make more sauce (with cornstarch to make the sauce thicker). Also, I used olive oil instead of butter and put minced garlic and dried onions in the olive oil to saute a bit before I added the porkchops to brown. I served it over rice -- and wow, my family inhaled it. Everyone had seconds, and I felt like Julia Childs if only for a moment. Thanks for posting this recipe!!!!!

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JennPoyer February 23, 2009

I copied this from TofH, too. A surprisingly easy dish that comes off looking and tasting like much more effort was exerted. A small amount of heavy cream or cream cheese can be added to make a creamy tomato sauce. When serving, top off with Parmesan cheese. Your tastebuds will thank you.

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gailanng December 22, 2008
Pork Chops Italiano