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I pretty much followed the recipe exactly, except I used a handful of pre-cooked real bacon bits and about 10 thin sliced pork loin chops. Normally, I make the pork slices the same old dried out way, this was so much better. I thought the gravy had plenty of flavor, I'm so glad I didn't add any stock, but I do wish I didn't add any salt at all, I only used a pinch, but I will omit it next time, there will definately be a next time for this!

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beffus July 15, 2010

I was quite surprised how good this recipe turned out. I added chicken broth instead of the water and added more bacon. I thinned out the gravy with more chicken broth and water and added a tablespoon of sour cream to the gravy. YUM! Thank you Jeff for blessing us with this recipe!

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jackedupjeep19 March 28, 2009

This was excellent! A definite winner with my family! I used about six slices of turkey bacon and 12 thin boneless pork loin chops and eyeballed the rest of the ingredients... very easy to throw together. I also added a splash of white wine. Jeff... You're a genius! Thanks so much for changing up my ho-hum pork chops :^)

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Hollyism March 09, 2009

As written these are good but with the changes other reviewers suggested, these were really good. I had 8 chops so increased the recipe by 4. I added chicken broth instead of water and didn't add as much as the recipe called for. I also added an 8 ounce can of mushrooms. I added more bacon then the recipe called for. Made a nice gravy. I cooked mine for about an hour and a half and they were so tender, they fell apart. Great new way to cook pork chops.

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bmcnichol December 22, 2008

Very good stick to your ribs kinda of meal. I filleted 3 1 inch thick boneless pork chops sprinkled with seasoning salt and pepper, added a chopped shallot to the onion and used 6 pieces center cut bacon, and used 1 cup water, all other ingredients and cooked as directed. I had plenty of gravy. My husband and mother in law who are meat and potatoes kinda people loved it. I would like to try it with wine and some mushrooms. The pork was very tender and browned beautifully. I served with baked beans, cornbread and fresh salad.

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Dannielle October 19, 2008

This recipe was easy, but bland to me. I added in a few Tbsp sour cream and more salt and that enhanced it.

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Amberngriffinco May 13, 2008

Super easy and love the thick gravy. So many folks forget to, much less how (cold water), to deal with corn starch as a thickener.

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rtm2007 October 29, 2014

Great and easy. My picky granddaughter ate seconds. I used two packs of turkey gravy along with the cornstarch mixture. Because I was cooking for six I placed the seared chops in a baking dish, covered them with the gravy and baked in oven for 35-minutes at 200 degrees. This will definitely become a household recipe.

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thaisa.bivins August 04, 2014

Used maple bacon and wow! Highly recommended and it's very easy.

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weller2712 March 25, 2014

Followed recipe exactly. Pork chops came out amazing. Will make again very soon.

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maryecherry78 January 27, 2014
Pork Chops - Southern Style