By Claudia Dawn on June 15, 2004
Photo by Annacia
Photo by Annacia
"I'm posting this as a reply to someone who was looking for tender pork chops without using a crock pot. I've had this recipe for so long, probably even before there WERE crock pots! (BTW - this recipe can also be made in a crock pot.)"
Serving Size: 1 (507 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This recipe suggests 30 minutes prep time--it sure didn't take me that long, especially when using unpeeled smaller red potatoes (cut up). I'm still not a big fan of recipes using creamed soups, but this one does taste good and makes almost an entire meal--very convenient when time or effort is short. While those three submitted photos look nice and clean, my gravy bubbled over in the oven. You might want to put something underneath the casserole dish. Thanks, Claudia."
"Soooooo good! I used cream of chicken soup because I dont like the taste of cream of mushroom. Added 1/2 cup ketchup and 1/2 cup of sour cream. Only 1/2 can water. I put carrots and baby red potatos on bottom of crock pot. 6 boneless pork chops, and sauce on top. Cooked in crock for 8 hours on low."
"This was gobbled up by my son. It wasn't as tender as I thought it was going to be so next time I will make it in the crockpot. It was very easy to put together and tasted great. Thanks for posting. :)"
"10 stars and added 3 large carrots chopped into large chunks - yum!!! Will be making this again."
"Did this in the slow cooker. Used thin, boneless pork chops. Thanks for the recipe."
"Made this tonight, it was fabulous. My Husband says a defintley keeper :) The only thing I did different is I put onion powder in with soup and gravy mixture just cause my Husband doesn't like onions but he likes flavor of them."
"Pork chops came out moist and tender. I used 3 medium russet potatoes, 2 pork chops and the full amount of gravy. Sprinkled the chops liberally with pepper and garlic powder before browning, then sprinkled the assembled dish with salt and more pepper before baking. I poured about half of the gravy into the baking dish, added the chops, potatoes and onion, then poured the rest of the gravy over all. I used a 7x11-inch baking dish and did not have any issues with the gravy bubbling over."
"Very easy dish to make. I recommend taking ladyfingers advise and using whole red potatoes; makes it easy. I bet you could uses Lipton onion soup if you were in a bind. Thx!"
"So simple but soooo good! I made the recipe as directed using cream of celery soup. I couldn't believe how good this was."
"Delicious! I used Merlot wine in replacement for the water and also used cream of chicken soup instead of cream of mushroom soup. The end result was boneless pork loin chops that were so tender that you didn't even need to use a knife to cut them! Even my picky kids went back for more gravy! I will be making this easy recipe often!"
"Super easy and very homey tasting. Thanks for sharing."
"Excellent. Very easy to put together and throw in the oven. I followed the suggested and seasoned the pork with seasoning salt and pepper. I found this recipe very flavorful. The pork moist and didn't end up dry, which pork can sometimes do. The potatoes were awesome and went very well with the gravy.
I can wait to eat the left overs. Will make again."
"This is a great meal, in one! I add carrotts and used french onion soup instead of cream of anything, and it was a winner with everyone! My daughter complained pof the pork chops always being to dry, well not this one! It is so moist, and the veggies so flavorful. I am going to make it again tonite and add some cabbage, well see how it turns out! This is a wonderful dinner, since you have veggies, meat, and gravy all in one!"
"Finally, pork chops that aren't dry and boring! I didn't have brown gravy mix so I substituted onion soup mix and it worked out great. Will definitely make this again."
"Great recipe that doesn't take much in prep time. I made a half recipe and the pork chops came out moist and tender. Next time, would not use season salt on the chops when browning since the end result was a tad bit saltier than I'd like, but that was my fault. I ended up baking about 1 hour 20 minutes while waiting on DH to get home. Thanks so much for posting!"
"Yummy! Very good. I followed the recipe as written. I seasoned the chops with seasoning salt and pepper. I put the onion, soup, gravy packet and water in the pan I cooked the chops in and cooked it a few minutes scrapping up the bits left from the chops. I then poured the mixture over the chops. I used 6 chops as that is how I have them frozen and their was still plenty of gravy. I used a can of sliced potatoes and I had a bag of shredded carrots I needed to use up so threw them in the dish also. I cooked mine for about 45 minutes and they were perfect. Everyone cleaned their plates."
"While it was very easy to make, we were less than thrilled with the outcome of the pork chops. The gravy was a little too strong and it wasn't the greatest in flavor. It did however, give an excellent flavor to the potatoes."
"Really good! I make something similar in the crock pot. I was surprised that the chops were not that tender though.. I will be making this again but doing it in the crock pot, I loved the flavor of the gravy. I did add some fresh mushroom slices."
"Yumm! From time to time I break down and made and old fashioned comfort dinner. Boy does this fit the bill. The prep time for me was maybe 15 mins and then I just put the skillet in the oven to finish it. Only one pan to wash...ok, 2, I heated canned peas - DH's fav veg). The meat is very tender as promised and it a true man pleaser and I'm sure that the kids will enjoy it too. DH has already ask to have it again."
"I really like the addition of the potatoes and onions baking right in the dish with the pork chops. The best part is how easy it is to throw it all together. Very good recipe based on both taste and ease of preparation."