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This is a really good one dish dinner, easy to make and warm and creamy. The pork chops come out really moist and tender. I would serve it with a salad on the side or maybe some lightly steamed broccoli for texture. Purely on personal preference, next time I would use Cream of Chicken soup, as the celery was a bit much in the potatoes for my taste. I would also uncover the dish about 25 minutes into the baking time and cook uncovered that additional 10 minutes before adding the cheese to allow the potatoes to set up a little more. Overall a very good Sunday dinner.

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Leta October 13, 2002

The creamy texture was a dead give away that I was going to love this recipe. First of all, the dish was so easy to prepare. I went ahead and used the celery soup because I think it has more of a recognizable flavor, and I wanted that extra layer of flavor in the dish. The pork chops were moist and very tender. I did experiment as Leta suggested and uncovered the dish about 15 minutes before adding the cheese and onion rings but I couldn't tell if the potatoes had set up anymore. Anyway, I really liked this recipe. Thanks for sharing it.

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Miss Annie March 26, 2003

Made a few additions to an already fantastic receipe. I used Durkee's French Onions, and chopped my own potatoes and peppers for a fresh garden taste.. :)

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Adriannal October 20, 2003

I loved this recipe, like SooZee didn't have the O'Brien potatoes so just diced the onion and peppers. This was an easy dinner to prepare, and even better my teenage sons loved it.

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fiery May 16, 2008

I loved this recipe, did a few minor changes but don't think it changed the basic recipe that much. Didn't have O'Brien potatoes so just diced some onions and red peppers and mixed in with reg. hash browns...and I used mushroom soup because I always do with pork chops. Also mixed the cheese right in with the potato/soup mixture. Kept it covered in the oven for an hour as my hash browns were partially frozen still, and it was delicious. This is the way I'll do my potatoes from now on, pork chops or not...great flavor. This one is a definate keeper :o)

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SooZee April 05, 2006

This was a very tasty recipe. I made it as directed except used French fried onion rings that come in a can. I also partially thawed the potatoes first, but still had to cook the entire casserole an additional 30 minutes for all the potatoes to thoroughly cook and the flavors to equilibrate. I'll make this again. Thank you.

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Judikins February 12, 2006
Pork Chops O'brien