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Very good!!! I cooked at 375 degrees for an hour and my pork chops came out VERY tender! My three year old loved this and I have already added to my "cookbook scrapbook"
I just put this in the oven. I did not brown the chops ,but sprinkled with seasoning salt, then put peeled apple slices on them I sprinkled poultry sessoning on the apples. I piled the stuffing on top of the apples leaving some space for the soup mix to spread around the chop. Smells delicious!
Simple and delicious!!!
Obviously the directions for this recipe are not correct. As I sit here waiting for the casserole to cook I find myself saying that I should have listened to "my inner voice" telling me to put the stuffing on top and not under the soup! Regardless dinner is what it is!! Not very pretty but I hope it will still taste good! I cooked mine at 350.
This smellled sooooo good when it was cooking ... the porkchops were
delicious . I did not know what to expect ...but I was very satified
with the texture and taste . I also used some stuffing to crumble
over the top after putting it on plates. Looked fantastic and really
did taste great :) I submitted a picture .... I hope it gets approved ;)
Much better than what I expected! I somehow didn't think that pooring the soup over the stuffing would be good, but is was wonderful! Also it was a quick and easy delicious recipe that I will definately make again. The recipe did not specify what to bake it on so I guessed and 375 worked great for me.
This was very tasty! The bone-in chops came out very moist. I sprinkled with dry sage and black pepper, browned them and baked them at 350 for 1 hour. Will make this again.
I made this tonight and it was very good! I served it with buttered Peas. My toddler doesn't like stuffing but ate the pork right up; my DH enjoyed his whole plate. :) Thank you for submitting!
I made this recipe tonight and it was very good.. I doubled it and added some poultry seasoning to the pork..My DH loved it.. thanks