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Diary #4--Confessions of a housewife: Day 212, Page 63 Paragraph 2--"Spent 7 hours on the computer today. Hurriedly prepared dinner with a wonderful saucy pork chop recipe. Swore to DH it took hours which conjured accolades of compliments." That's my story and I'm sticking to it! Made for PRMR.
Oh my goodness gracious! Da bomb dot com! No changes made to this fantastic recipe! Thanks so much for sharing 2Bleu! :D
This was absolutely delicious. I soaked the chops prior to cooking as the author suggested. They were unbelievably tender. The gravy was wonderful! A new family favorite!
This was easy to make but the seasoning had too much salt in it. I don't know if it was the salt from the seasonings or from the chicken broth but next time I would cut the salt back to one teaspoon instead of two. Other then the salt, we really did enjoy these. I cooked mine for an hour because my chops were on the thick side and they were fork tender.
I made this recipe on 7/16/12 as part of mine and my SO's dinner.The recipe was made as follows,the chops were seasoned with seasoning salt, pepper, garlic powder,and sweet paprika.Then coated with flour that had also been seasoned with the spices that were used to season the chops. After browning the chops, the onions were added and add lightly browned.Then I proceeded to make the gravy, since no cream was on hand, milk was used. After returning the chops to the gravy, they were left to simmer for about 1 hour. I do have to say that that these chops just fell of the bone. My SO and I both thought that they were good. Thank you for posting and, " Keep Smi8ling :) "
I made this without the mushrooms, just to avoid the headache of the groaning children. The gravy was fantastic. I don't think I spent enough time browning the pork, because the coating tasted a little pastey, like uncooked flour. I used really big pork steaks, which I had to brown one at a time. So of course, my pan was no where near big enough to finish on the stove top. I put the pork into a big lasagna pan and covered it with the gravy. I covered the pan with tin foil and baked at 350?F for about 30 or so minutes. The pork came out really super tender and moist. The gravy was great. We served this with thick mashed potatoes and fresh whole green beans. All together a great comfort food meal. Next time, I'll spend a little more time on the browning process. Cheers! :)
I have made this several times. DH & I LOVE this dish. I increase the onion, garlic, liquid & s'hrooms and use thick pork chops. I use one skillet & shovel it in the oven to bake x45-50 min. once all ingredients are incorporated. Yum.
I think this has been my husband's favorite thing that I have ever made for him in almost 6 years of marriage. I used milk instead of heavy cream and soaked the pork chops as recommended first. I'm definitely going to be making this again and soon since it was one of the few things I made that he didn't complain about!! Thanks for sharing this :)
Just made this recipe and it is great as is. No changes necessary.
Tasty business here! We added cayenne to the pork chop seasoning, really loaded up on the mushrooms, served with rice and green beans.