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This was a terrific recipe and so easy to make! It made excellent gravy for both the potatoes and the pork. The pork chops were fork tender and absolutely delicious!. Thanks for posting.

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Sheila2 December 18, 2001

This turned out great with almost no effort. I used cream of mushroom soup because I didn't have cream of chicken. Also, next time I don't think I'll brown the pork chops first. Since they stay in the crockpot so long, they will get done in there and I will have eliminated some of the fat. Great recipe.

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Tootie Capps December 31, 2001

This was sooooo good! I had to alter it a bit because I didn't have some of the ingredients. I used Red Pepper & Basil mustard and cream of mushroom soup. It turned out great! The pork chops were very tender. I'll definately make this again! Thanks :)

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Carol :) December 05, 2001

My husband and I both quite liked this meal, although my teenage son was, unfortunately, not too impressed. He said the Dijon mustard taste was way too strong for him; something to take into consideration for anyone who's not a big mustard lover. This was very easy to prepare, and smells great as it cooks. I just prepared a green veg and dinner was ready! The only modification I made was to brown the pork chops in a nonstick skillet with just a small amount of olive oil, instead of the oil and butter called for in the recipe. The chops were moist and the potatoes were very tender. Thanks, Christina!

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Lennie March 08, 2002

This was an excellent recipie. It was a geat way to come home to a terrific meal after work. My husband and I both loved it!

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Kayci McKinely December 19, 2001

The pork chops were very tender. If I made this again I would season the chops as I browned them. We really didn't care for the Dijon flavor. I think I'd cut that back. I probably would substitute cream of mushroom soup. This made a really full crock pot.

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Recipewrestler January 28, 2002

We really liked it. It was good and very easy to make. I cut back on the dijon mustard by half. I used fat-free cream of mushroom soup and did not brown the chops first to cut back on fat and calories and it was still terrific!

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SUSAN TOELKE February 02, 2002

This dish was easy to prepare. The smell in the house at it was cooking was very appetizing! The final product tasted WONDERFUL, but the pork chops were overdone and the potatoes were a little crisp. Next time I will let the potatoes cook by themselves and add the pork chops later.

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Jen1 February 02, 2002

We really enjoyed this meal! It was so easy to put together. The pork chops were quite tender and the sauce was delicious. I did add some baby carrots just for a little veggie and as I was making 10 chops, I increased the soup amount and dijon but I wish I had used more dijon as it gave it a wonderful flavor. This is definately a keeper recipe!

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Rise` February 20, 2002

Very good! My family loved the moist pork chops! I cooked on slow and the chops were done in only 5 hours. When I make this recipe again I believe I will cut the dijon and basil in half and add more parsley. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Bev February 07, 2002
The Best Pork Chop Dinner - EVER!