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These were sooo good. The only thing different I did was to brown the stuffed chops at high heat in my electric fry pan, then cover and cooked slowly until they were tender. (I don't currently have a oven.) The entire time they were cooking my 9 yr old granddaughter kept coming in and saying "Your dinner smells so good!" It was wonderful. The drippings were too good to waste so I made a nice sauce with them. Thanks Andi for a wonderful recipe.Made for Fall PAC 2011.

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CarrolJ October 07, 2011

My women's club cookbook (collection of favorite recipes) has this recipe listed - except it adds a diced Macintosh apple to the stuffing mix. It is my favorite pork chop recipe, but I haven't made it in a while. Thanks for the reminder!

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it'scolleen January 21, 2011

Excellent! The best pork chops ever. Used Farmers Wheat bread. Added extra chicken broth and stuffed 4 thick pork chops. Baked them in my cast iron skillet. Will make again. This one is a keeper.

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Phyllis Harris September 26, 2010

Fantastic, amazing, delicious, easy, healthy, perfect. What more can I say? Made as a thank-you for all of your amazing work on the "Every Day is a Holiday". Thanks Andi! :)

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Nif January 05, 2010

Yummy comfort food! My family really enjoyed these comforting pork chops. I especially loved the stuffing. I think the extra step of basting with broth and butter really enhances the flavor. Thank you for this special recipe! :)

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LifeIsGood October 17, 2011

Well, that was a first - cooking pork chops standing up on the bone! Who ever thought of that?
These chops turned out so yummy and juicy! Followed the recipe exactly. Thx Andi.

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mums the word February 11, 2011

I made life alittle hard on myself, by not having thick pork chops, but nonetheless I was able to cut pockets into them and stuff them. A more percise liquid amount would be nice, for the novice stuffing maker I am I think I added too much and the stuffing was alittle overly moist, but that was my fault and it still tasted good. Id like to tinker with this again so I can get it right, but this recipe will go under file of ways for me to disguise porkchops and make them edible ;)

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Michelle_My_Belle April 07, 2008

I was looking for a new way to cook pork chops and found this delicious recipe! I made a half batch of the stuffing and only made 2 chops, but put the "extra" in a dish and baked it off the last half of the cooking time. I never buy chops with bone in, but wanted to see a pork chop standing, so had to try them! They cooked up great and were very tender and flavorful! My cooking time was about an hour and 20 minutes... they were very thick chops! I also basted as you suggested, but just used the drippings in the pan. A very easy meal with all the basics on hand which is always a plus for me! Thanks for sharing! :)

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Breezytoo April 03, 2008
Stuffed Pork Chops - All Saints Episcopal Church - Longmeadow