13 Reviews

My family loves pork chops done this way. It is a homestyle meal prepared in minutes. The only thing I added fresh garlic when browning pork chops instead of garlic powder to cut down on the amount of salt. I also added fresh mushrooms to add more texture. This does make a wonderful gravy to serve over your favorite mashed potatoes.

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Audrey M March 03, 2003

I've been making these for years! They are one of my family's favorite winter-time comfort meals. Instead of garlic I dust the chops with a touch of sage before browning for just a little extra flavor. Thanks for posting this easy meal.

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Denise in da Kitchen October 12, 2004

Nice comfort food. I made as directed other than halving the recipe. Simple and good. Thanks CookbookCarrie for a nice dinner. Made for Cookbook Tag.

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lazyme February 09, 2011

This was nice comfort food on a cold snowy evening! Thanks.

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Paka February 27, 2010

I made this and watched a grown man about moved to tears and listened while he professed his undying love for me and all that was on his plate. Seriously, this was that good, and I even used the healthier version of the soup but used plenty of fresh ground sea salt and pepper plus the garlic powder. We couldn't get over how tender the pork was! I served it over seasoned brown rice with steamed broccoli on the side. I also added a few whole mushrooms during the last 30 minutes or so. Thanks a million. I have a feeling I'll be making this one a lot.

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Maggie, Cooking January 17, 2009

I made this for mine and my SO's dinner on 8/29/08. And since there was just two of use the recipe was cut in half and I used 2 butterfly cut pork chops.I don't care for regular cream of mushroom soup, so golden mushroom was used instead.Since I used just 1 can of soup, 1/2 a can of water and 1/2 a can of milk was used.After returning the chops to the gravy, I let them simmer for an hour,and after that time they didn't seem tender enough, if I make this again I'll let them simmer just a bit longer.The gravy seemed to be a little on the thin side, so I added a couple tablespoons of flour to thicken it up and that seemed to do the trick. We both thought that this recipe seemed to be lacking a little bit of "something" not sure ewhat it might have been. Thank you for posting and,"Keep Smiling :)"

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Chef shapeweaver � August 30, 2008

Very, very delicious. I love how easy this is. The perfect down-home comfort food.

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Laura O. April 25, 2008

So easy and flavorful. I've mad these a few times now. Instead of garlic powder, I use garlic salt and pepper. I make real mashed potatoes and roasted asparagus. Awesome weeknight meal!

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Alexi's Mom March 02, 2007

One of our favorite stand-by meals!! Yum! Definite comfort food!! We sometimes will throw in some sliced onion or mushrooms to saute with the pork chops as well. We always served with mashed potatoes, too!!

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TnuSami February 08, 2007

One of my very favorite comfort foods! I bread the pork chops in flour before browning and it thickens the sauce nicely. My kids (who all claim to hate mushroom soup) gobble this up.

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Gina*S April 18, 2004
Pork Chops With Quick Mushroom Gravy