We thought this was good. Skipped the onions and garlic because my husband doesn't like them. Served it with boiled potatoes. The "gravy" was very delicious. Will definitly make this again.
I thought this was good, but maybe a little too thyme-ey and lemon-ey...just my personal taste I guess. My fiance liked it.
These were good. The family loved them. I did not use the green onions-didn't have, the cornstarch- didn't have, the thyme -didn't have and I also went light on the lemon juice using only 2 T instead of 3. I also used 2 chicken boullion cubes and 1 1/2 cups of water in place of the broth and did not add additional salt. I intended to use additional flour in place of the cornstarch,but forgot and it turned out just perfect. I also served this with boiled potatoes and green beans which were perfect complements. Thanks for a great recipe Hoosier Nana! Great name btw!
Excellent recipe! I added a bit of red chili flakes to give it an extra zing but that's only cuz I like food spicy. Definitely a keeper and easily doable with chicken in place of pork.
Yum! I make a lot of pork chops, and this is going in to the rotation. I don't like green oinions, so I added dried chives instead. I also cooked them for about an hour on LOW, they were fall apart tender! At the end I thickened them up with Wondra, which I like better than flour. Very good! Served with wild rice, and I put the sauce allll over it, so did my boyfriend, he said he would love this again, and I might try it with chicken.
Really good and best of all, easy. I added more garlic (seems I always do!)and green onions. I do think it needed a bit more flour to thicken it up as I didn't want to overcook the chops. We served it all over rice--Yum!
This was good, juicer than other pork chops I've made. My "gravy" didn't really thicken very much, I guess I should have let it simmer down more. I had to simmer the pork chops longer than 5-6 min., about 15 minutes. I might try adding some regular onions next time for more flavor. Overall, it was a very tasty dinner, thank you!
This is EXCELLENT! I searved the sauce on the side...my husband commented that he doesn't like "gravy". I made him try a little of it. He says next time he will pour it over everything. I made the chops without the vegetables and served mashed potatoes. I omitted the thyme because I was out.
This was a really tasty dish. I used italian seasoning instead of thyme, and thinner pork chops, and it worked just fine. The lemon juice adds a lot to the sauce, gives it a tangy bite.