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We loved this...with a few additions. As is, I think this recipe would be a bit bland. I sauteed onions and celery until soft and added this to the stuffing mix. I also seasoned the pork chops with salt/pepper and garlic powder before browning. I would've added mushrooms to the stuffing too, but I was out. Baking for 45 minutes was just enough w/o drying the chops. Yum!

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DuChick November 15, 2011

This was SO GOOD ! I don't make many recipes with canned soup, but this one sounded so interesting. I had only 2 hrs. to make a meal, so had it all together quickly. I did saute some celery, onions, and chopped waterchestnuts, and added that to some cornbread dressing mix that I had on hand.
I will definitely make this again. I wasn't sure if my family would like a meal like this.....but it sure did disappear in a hurry when I served it.
Thanks for a great recipe that is forgiving if the ingredients on hand have to be substituted. (I really did like the cornbread dressing with the pork, so may use that in the future.)
Donna

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donnie27 January 12, 2011

What a great weeknight recipe for when you want comfort food/home cooking. Went over very well with all, and the chops were definitely moist and tender. And I did it with four chops instead of eight, as there's only three of us home these days. I used the entire box of stuffing, but used about 2/3's a can of soup and about 1/2 a cup of milk. For a yummy variation, try throwing a slice of swiss on top of each of the chops. It mixes in nicely with the sauce as it melts.

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CindiNMike March 09, 2005

A very nice way to use up some of our stuffing leftover from Thanksgiving. Baboo had seconds, so we'll be adding it to our repertoire.

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Molly53 December 03, 2003

The flavor of this was ok, but it was too runny for our liking. I think it would've been better with less liquid? Not sure if I'd make it again.

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Chef Lindsay September 14, 2012

Comfort food - greatly enjoyed by everyone around the table! Thanks for a winner!

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vrvrvr May 08, 2012

These pork chops were really good and the stuffing made a really nice side dish. I added a piece of provolone cheese to each pork chop.

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Jazz Lover January 18, 2011

I was drawn to this recipe because the dressing went on the bottom, and i wanted to put breadcrumbs on the chops instead of just frying them....it turned out great and the chops stayed nice and moist...

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CIndytc December 21, 2010

this was totally awesome and very easy thanks for a great recipe

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memaw #2 July 18, 2009

Delicious!!! I used stove top chicken stuffing as that's all I had but it was a definite hit with the family. This one is a keeper!

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mkkpa May 26, 2008
Pork Chops With Stuffing Casserole