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!
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!
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 :^)
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.
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.
This recipe was easy, but bland to me. I added in a few Tbsp sour cream and more salt and that enhanced it.
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.
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.
Used maple bacon and wow! Highly recommended and it's very easy.
Followed recipe exactly. Pork chops came out amazing. Will make again very soon.