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My husband is a picky, simple eater; I too normally make au gratin potatoes, cream corn and fried pork chops as a meal; this is a little healthier since the chops are baked and the base of the au gratins is corn and not cheese. He said it was really good and definitely a keeper. He and I normally don't eat the same thing, but this is one that I will plan to eat with him. I used thin boneless chops and they came out very tender. Thank you looneytunesfan
This was absolutely delicoius. We were camping, so I made this in my small Nesco slow cooker instead of the oven. I cooked it at 350 for 1 1/2 hours and it worked perfectly. I did season the pork chops with Creole seasoning, but otherwise, didn't change a thing. I will be making this again often!
There is nothing fancy about this but my family loves it. We always have cream corn, potatoes and pork chops together but now I only have one dish to wash. Thanks for the awesome recipe.
I thought is was pretty good, my kids and dh weren't real thrilled with it. They didnt like the combination of cream corn and potatoes. I love that it very simple to make.
I would rate this 5 stars, except that the sweetness of the corn kind of threw it off for me. We ate it with ketchup and my husband suggested making it with ground beef next time. Thanks for the recipe!
Wow! This is "that recipe" that you really wish you could rate higher than 5 stars!! This is comfort food at its finest!! I followed the recipe exactly but was a little concerned about the vagueness of the butter & milk. I probably used about 3 tsp. of butter & about 1/2 cup of skim milk. I also sprinkled my pork chops generously with Italian seasoning. The veggies turn out moist & the meat gets nice & crispy. I think if my husband & I hadn't been such piggies, there would have been enough here for 4 people (if there was also one chop for everyone). We both ate heartily & I had a small bowl left for lunch today.
This is really very good. I adjusted the ratio of meat, potatoes and corn. It would have been an awful lot of corn for 2 servings! I used 4 potatoes and 1 can of corn, otherwise followed the instructions. Next time I will add onions in with the potatoes and there will be many more next times. We licked the platter clean. Thanks for a yummy recipe.