I had some chops that I had to use and I was looking for a quick recipe. The whole family enjoyed this one. I didn't have cream on hand either, so I used sour cream and a bit of skim milk. Turned out great! Thanks for sharing!
I also added onions and mushrooms to this, but did not have heavy cream in the house. I used sour cream instead and it came out great!!!
This recipe was a lifesaver! Not only is it fast, it's versatile. I've substituted chicken for the pork and added shrimp while the sauce is cooking. I would recommend this to anyone. So you don't overcook the pork I set the oven to 200F and let the door open a little. Plus, I've used Whole and 2% milk for the sauce numerous times. Either way it's a hit!
I absolutely love this technique for cooking loin chops. I normally bake them and it takes twice as long. I made these for dinner last night and they turned out sooo moist and juicy. I followed the recipe pretty close except I added salt, pepper and garlic powder to the flour and threw a Tbs of fresh thyme into the cream. The flavor was amazing! I did take the advice of other reviewers and decided to thicken the sauce but I don't think it needed it. Thanks so much for posting.
Absolutely perfect as-is...no changes needed. Thanks MizzNezz!
I have never had such good pork chops, but i added some Emerils seasoning to the pork prior to frying and added onions and parsley to the gravy. Yum Yum!
Who would believe that something so simple could taste so good! This is my new favorite way to prepare pork chops!
This is a FANTASTIC recipe!
My picky, picky family raved over this dish! The garlic was not overpowering. A gourmet meal in no time...THANKS!
Great recipe. I added some garlic powder to the salt and pepper because my fiancee LOVES garlic. Very moist and oh so creamy delicious.