3 Reviews

I'm sorry Jellyqueen, but I could not give this recipe more than 1 star. While my husband and daughter liked this, I however did not care for how it tasted. The meat was rather bland, the sauce was runny, the green peppers were soggy, and all I could taste was the heat from Rotel Tomatoes. I think more cornstarch should be added, to thicken up the sauce. I did use 2-(1 lb.) venison tenderloins, which worked really well in this recipe, but my husband wasn't too pleased, as he'd prefer I keep the tenderloins to make his favorite sandwich, a fried venison & onion sandwich. Guess I should of used cubed venison stew meat instead. Even tho I could not give this recipe more stars and a good review, I am however pleased to see others have enjoyed this dish.

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Domestic Goddess December 16, 2008

JQ this was excellent. I used a pork tenderloin and cut into 1 inch slices and it came out fork tender and so juicy. Loved the spicy taste of the Rotel with this dish. Thanks for a keeper.

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~Nimz~ June 10, 2006

Very nice, easy dinner. I didn't find the long cooking time did much for my chops, but that could have just been the ones I used. The mix of flavours here is very nice.

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currybunny September 21, 2005
Spicy Swiss Bliss Venison or Pork Chops