I was browsing recipes for somthing to cook tomorrow night. We were going to have leftovers tonight. Well, this sounded so good I couldn't wait until tomorrow! I was not disappointed. Thank you for sharing.
It was VERY good! Better than I expected. My husband doesn't like anything unseasoned meat so I was nervous to try this recipe. My husband and my son ended up wanting MORE so I will have to double the recipe! I had it with rice, corn, and applesauce. I thought it was perfect combination. You can replace the corn with greens and it would be still great! Thank you for sharing the recipe!!
I wasn't really able to get the pan sauce to come together, but that may be because of my pan. HOWEVER, the pork chops were deliciously tender and moist, and the onions were to die for. Thank you so much for posting, this is definitely a winner!
Such a simple recipe but SO good. I did do a milk brine of my chops but other than that I didn't change a thing. I used the full amount of creole seasoning, I thought that was the perfect amount!
Hmmm, hmmmm good - very tasty dish! Served over rice with roasted green beans. I used "Slap Ya Mamma" instead of Tony's - I find Tony's a little too salty for my taste. Other than that, prepared exactly per the recipe. Next time I think I'll add a little bell pepper - that should add a little extra flavor. Compliments to the chef!
This was great. Even the Peanut Gallery had nothing bad to say about it (and they are picky teenagers). I thought I had some creole seasoning, but it must've gotten tossed out the last time the PG cleaned out the pantry, so I improvised with cayenne pepper, garlic salt, paprika and cumin. Served it with crash potatos, and it was decided that it should be put on a regular rotation.