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End dried out pork chops! I buy a pork lion roast (ribs in) Roast as if It was a small roast - if you wish a little before it is done take it out and slice each roast and quickly sear it off. This sauce is amazing, PLEASE use home made stock

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stockfreak October 15, 2010

You know, the gravy on this was so easy and delicious..but using the thick boneless chops as recommended, the meat was very dry. I did not over cook either...it's just the nature of this kind of pork chop. I will make this again, but instead, use a thinner pork chop with bones - something with a little more fat in it to keep the moisture in the meat.

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Pam-I-Am June 12, 2007

My pork chops came out perfect. Not tough or dry at all. And the sauce.... well the sauce was to die for. Will definatly make these again. Thank you.

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looneytunesfan January 10, 2006

Well, I have to tell you, I bought the ingredients to make this for Sunday dinner and then had a late lunch w/ friends. Since my husband was not at lunch, I decided I would make the dinner for him and take my portion to work the next day. It was so good I ate my portion even though I was not very hungry *blush*. I did edit your recipe a bit and cooked the chops 25 minutes total turning half way through. Gravy was great and I will now need to workout 2x as much tomorrow to burn off all the calories I ate tonight. Thanks so much. ;-)

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E.A. October 02, 2005

I am giving this three stars for the gravy alone, which really should get 5 stars. The chops were dry, very dry. The time needs to be adjusted on that.

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Valerie in Florida September 30, 2005
Unbelievably Primo Pork Chops and Gravy