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Dana, This was a delicious, excellent dish, and easy to assemble and bake. It was what I needed on a particularly hard day for me. I used 1/2 green pepper, and 1/2 red pepper, just for looks and about 1/3 cup milk to the soup. It was a very satisfying meal, served only with a green salad. Thanks for posting this recipe. We enjoyed it so very much. Ann

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Miss Annie April 30, 2002

Dana, this recipe is absolutely yummy! I made it over the weekend as a "make-ahead" meal for during the week. The pork chops were tender & juicy - didn't hardly need a knife. Great flavor--I think I will use a can of crushed tomatoes in juice next time just to add more tomato flavor. Thank you for posting! -M :-)

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Mary Scheffert March 11, 2003

I made this recipe for our DANATHON weekend...very simple to put together...readily available ingredients...followed your directions, and it turned out just great. Thanks for sharing a real winner, Dana, we surely did enjoy! LC

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Laudee March 09, 2003

Dana, this is an excellent, easy recipe! We liked the Onions, Peppers and Tomato Soup flavors! I added garlic (which we add to most everything!) I will definitely make this again!

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BB502 March 09, 2003

The pork chops turned out so tender, we could cut them with a fork! The aroma from the green peppers when this was cooking was delightful!Another great Dana recipe!!

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angelfan March 08, 2003

Dana, I believe that prayer works miracles and I was happy to join all the good people who are cooking for you. This dish was awesome and so easy to prepare. I used a can of diced chilis and a third cup of milk in place of the green peppers and water. My husband and I had it last night and he had seconds which is unusual for him. God bless you in your fight. Dolores

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Dolores Robbins March 08, 2003

Dana, Thanks for this great dish! We really enjoyed it. The chops were just tender enough and very tasty too. Everyone had seconds. I modified your original a little bit by adding a can of Rotel diced tomatoes and chilies along with the tomato soup. I also used quite a bit more salt and pepper, too. This one's definitely a keeper! F.

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Freda2 Brown May 31, 2003

This was tasty and easy to put together. It does require more seasonings. I used a seasoned salt mixture (actually a homemade steak seasoning combination) and added a can of diced tomatoes with basil & oregano to the tomato soup. Because I had 1/2 a green pepper and 1/2 a red pepper, I used those along with a few mushrooms I had leftover from making cacciatore last night. The pork chops were very tender but the potatoes somehow didn't quite soften and I had them thinly sliced. But I layered them last so maybe I should have buried them further into the dish. I will be making this again, however, making those few changes! Thank you for posting!

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HisPixie May 01, 2013

Tasty, easy meal! My kids liked it, too. Instead of tomato soup, I used a can of diced tomatoes. I also sprinkled some garlic and herb Mrs. Dash on top. Excellent. Will definitely make again.

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Bobbin December 16, 2009

Very quick to prepare with simple ingredients, I used a can of tomatoe pulp because that what I had and left over boiled potatoe. We liked it a lot, thanks for sharing. Malta

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krisven August 17, 2009
Potatoes, Green Peppers, and Pork Chops