Awww, they don't like my recipe name. Breaks my heart!! LOL :)
After browsing through a lot of your wonderful recipes, I found this one. I had all of the ingredients on hand, and I was rushed a little for time. This dish was wonderful, and yes, even DH loved it!! It was easy, and because I baked it, I had time to finish other things for the dinner. We really did like this dish a lot. Too bad Wee Tam and The Big Huge didn't make it, I am sure he would have liked it as much as we did.
Ah've noticed that ye like tae toot yer ain wee horn an awfy lot. Jist ma observation.
This was an awesome flavor, and the chops just fell off the bone. Very easy, too. Next time I will serve it with plain rice or noodles to sop up all that yummy sauce. (Made it with heavy cream.)
This was a fantastic recipe. Just a few simple ingredients and it was easy to prepare. Great for those weekday evenings when you need a quick and tasty meal. I used a corn starch slurry to thicken the cream and onion soup mixture after I pulled the porkchops out, that's just a personal preference thing. The gravy was excellent served over the chops!
Wonderful pork chops Inez. I love recipes with a few simple ingredients that are large on flavor and taste. My chops turned out very, very tender. Thanks for posting this, and yes, they are awesome!!!
I made this dish for a dinner guest, who had two servings and readily accepted to take home the leftovers. When I uncovered the chops at the end of the specific baking time, all the liquid had evaporated. So, I made sauce on the stovetop with additional cream and a small amount of the pan drippings, which were very salty. Overall, it was very enjoyable. I'd like to try it as a crockpot recipe. Thanks for posting!
Great recipe! We have tried using the sauce with other meals and just love it. Thanks for posting!
This was good. Next time I'll thicken the sauce up into gravy. Thanks!