49 Reviews

This recipe was excellent!! Talk about comfort food. As other people have said, this was an easy recipe and oh soooo good! I used Pepperidge Farms stuffing I had left over from the holidays and a couple of slices of white bread I dug out of the freezer :). I also sautéed the celery and onions in the butter. My husband loved it! Thanks for the recipe and to all of you "reviewers" who help so much.

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judidixo January 31, 2016

Good recipe, I started with boneless thick chops and stuffed them , generously seasoned (oregano,garlic,onion,S/P, paprika , red pepper, ) and browned. Then used cream of mushroom and added celery seed . Looking real good coming out of oven ! Yum !

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Mom2Danny June 01, 2013

My DH and I loved this recipe. We used celery soup and about a 1/4 can of water and it was delicious. Will be making this again. Thank you for a great recipe.

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Nana K December 20, 2012

I enjoyed this very much though my BH didn't. He felt it was too mushy. I used the cream of celery soup since I don't care for the other that much anymore. Used it too much in my younger days. I would however change it to something more pork gravy-like the next time. Thanks for posting, will be doing this again sometime.

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CabinKat June 21, 2010

Very good! Made as written. I really liked the simple bread stuffing. Much better tasting than Stove Top. Thanks for posting.

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CJAY May 30, 2010

I fixed this according to the recipe. It was really good. I cut a pocket in the pork chops and stuffed them, and the little bit that was left I placed in the center of the skillet between the pork chops. Also, to make it a bit more healthy, I used 100% whole wheat bread and 98% fat free cream of mushroom soup. I served it with green beans mixed with onion, garlic and a little bit of cooked bacon. My hubby really enjoyed it. I will probably make it again.

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melmom45 February 10, 2010

Prepared exactly as directed and it was great! I thought it would turn out pretty bland, but it was very flavorful. Served with glazed carrots - yum!

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MellowCellist September 22, 2009

These came out looking gorgeous & tasting delicious. I made a little more stuffing and added some dried thyme to the mix, then piled it high on top of two thick boneless pork chops. The stuffing held firm to the chops & the gravy was perfect. What an all-around great meal!

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Christmas Carol September 20, 2009

YUM! This was an AMAZING meal. Only addition was a sprinkle of celery seed, which I added to the stuffing. I served the stuffing clumped on top of the chops with the gravy drizzled over. Beautiful presentation and it was out of this world delicious. This will be a regular meal in our house from now on. Everyone loved it.

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Bullscreeker September 10, 2009

This is delicious comfort food! I made it exactly as stated and it turned out beautifully. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe with us TiaGem, it's a keeper! :)

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SaraBellaBean April 13, 2009
Stuffed Pork Chops