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YUM! I added red peppers to the skillet and loved the presentation along with the flavor!

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honeycrisp October 11, 2009

Awesome recipe! Great flavor.

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Julz In The Kitchen September 27, 2009

Really savory and tasty! I loved it, my husband thought it was okay, but I think he was just being modest :)

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FromScratchWithLove27 August 09, 2009

I found another AWESOME porkchop recipe :) Thanks :)

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DarksLight August 04, 2009

I thought this was a great way to ccok some cheap cut bone in chops I had received. I used flour instead of cornstarch and a 1/2 can of beef consumme that I needed to use up with a little water. The results were fork tender, perfect thick flavorful gravy. I served with sour cream, chopped bacon and chopped chive mashed potatoes. Thank you for a great recipe!

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TMoney August 01, 2009

This really is a 5-star recipe! It is easy, flexible, and has predictable results. The only things I changed was flour to cornstarch as that is what we use around here, broth instead of water because I had it and it needed used, and also I added a light dusting of cayenne to the chops with the salt and pepper for a bit more depth of flavor. Great option for those with allergies as there are no canned ingredients. We simmered the chops in the broth for about 15 or 20 minutes and while not fork tender, they weren't chewy. Longer would have been better I am sure, but I was out of time. Next time I will add some of my dried mushrooms to the simmering mix!

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TryingTraditional July 28, 2009

Yum Yum! I added Tony Chachere's Spice n'Herb seasoning to the pork chops for a little extra kick and used 4 tlbs of flour as a cornstarch substitute. Served with mushroom rice. It was wonderful!

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dteague July 26, 2009

This was really good. I made it with pork loin though. I cut the pork loin in five 1 1/2 in slices. I used four bacon strips instead of two and used 2 c. beef broth rather than water. I added a teeny bit of garlic salt and some canned mushrooms. I served it with mashed potatoes. My husband says it's as good as a restaurant!

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Ladydaungerous June 15, 2009

Jeff these were very simple to make and very good. I did find it to be a little bland for my family, so I added a healthy dash of Tony's Creole Seasoning and then it was perfection for us! I served this with baked sweet potatoes and green beans, and fresh pineapple and strawberries for dessert. The flavors went together amazingly! And because the sweet potatoes and gb cooked in the microwave, few dishes and time required. The pork chops cooked in the time that it took to make the sides!

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momEgodess May 21, 2009
Pork Chops - Southern Style