By foxysnana on August 12, 2004
Photo by Aunt Paula
Photo by Aunt Paula
"I have a good friend who fixes these for church potluck dinners. He gets up early to make a large pan and he never has any leftover. So easy and cheap! I toss everything in a ziploc bag the night before, and they will fall apart when cooked. These can be placed in a ziploc bag with the dressing marinade and frozen, then simply defrost overnight in the refrigerator and cook as usual."
Serving Size: 1 (227 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Very good, thanks for posting foxysnana.This is a keeper."
"This produced a very nice tasting pork chop. I ended up pan frying the chops and using a small amount of butter. I also paired them with fresh garden beans with a bit of Italian dressing. I chose not to award the stars as I didn't follow the recipe exactly. As is I would have given 4 stars, likely if grilled with butter it would have been 5. Thanks for sharing your recipe."
"Quick and easy. I did not baste the chops in butter. I poured some olive oil in a pan and fry them up. I paired it up with green beans slightly seasoned with the same dressing, that was left over in the bottle. Overall a good OAMC recipe."
"Terrific! Definitely a must try! Melt in your mouth goodness! Marinated it for 3 days as my nanny totally forgot about it. Grilled it basting it with the excess marinade (didn't even use butter!) still tasted fantastic! Will definitely do again!"
"I was very surprised how moist these pork chops turned out! The secret must be basting with butter. We used bone-in pork chops and grilled for about 5-6 minutes each side. They were juicy and had a great flavor. We will be using this recipe again next time we buy pork chops! Thank you so much for posting!"
"I used Kraft Greek with Feta and Oregano (because it was what I had on hand) and it turned out very, very well. Perfect for OMAC. I think any salad dressing with an oil vinegar base would work well. The flavors could have been a little more pronounced, but you can't beat how fast and easy it turns out!!! Wonderful contribution....I would do this one again, expermenting with different flavors!"
"We don't eat pork, so I made this with chicken. It was fabulous! The kiddos devoured it, and the mom and dad thought it was very yummy, too. We are in the middle of the deep freeze here, so I did indoor grill the chicken breats, it was still delicious. Thanks so much for posting!"
"Loved it!!!!!! How quick and easy and very good. I only got to marinate the pork chops for 6 hours, but they were the bomb! I made Good Seasons Italian Dressing in a packet to marinade with. It worked wonderfully.Thanx for quick and easy recipe addition."
"This is what I call a simple recipe! I love it! Put this together a few weeks ago and threw it into the freezer. Got back from vacation today, defrosted them, and in less than an hour had a wonderful homecooked meal. DH scarfed it down. No changes necessary. Thanks so much for sharing!"
"This is a quick and easy meal, not to mention delicious! I made this up ahead and froze it in a freezer bag with the marinade, and it thawed and cooked up terrific. Lots of flavour and so very simple! Thanks for a great addition to my OAMC cookbook!"
"I absolutely loved these, and so did the rest of the family. DH is the barbecue man, I marinaded them all afternoon, and he put them on the grill, what a great taste, nice and tender chops. DH was hoping he could take some for lunch for tomorrow, but they were all gone. I want to try this with chicken too, thanks so much for posting."
"These are very good. The Italian dressing really gives a nice flavor as well as basting with butter. I did both pork chops and chicken and actually I liked the chicken better. Very easy and a delicious dish. Thanks!"
"I made 6 large bone-in chops with your recipe last night for me and and my neighbors and boy were we pleased. The chops were from a pig we raised ourself and were just excellent for this. Followed the recipe to a tee and when they came off the grille everyone was smiling. They were perfect! I know I'll be using this quite often this summer for some quick and easy grilling. Thank you for sharing this. Chuck"
"These were easy, simple, and tasty. Better when they are marinaded for the 4 hours, but still ok with less. I did add some salt and pepper, my DH loves his salt. I cooked these on a skillet and then added more dressing and water (just a bit of cornstarch)to use as a sauce over the top."
"I am not rating this since I have not fixed yet. You can also use the fat free Italian dresssing to marinate pork steak, before placing on the grill, the steaks are fork tender. I always add a few other spices but it up the the chef to add the spices they like."
"I love the recipe, I recently watched the movie "supersize me" and was a little iffy' about the calorie count whether to make it or not, So I used fat free italian dressing, ommitted the butter, crossed my fingers and hoped for a similar result, I poured in enough of the italian marinade to keep the porkchops somewhat moist and to my surprise I got a lovely unique tasting batch of porkchops, thankyou for the wonderfull Idea of using Italian dressing for chops'."
"I have used Italian Salad Dressing to marinate chicken breasts but never thought to use it on pork chops. The chops turned out tender and moist (not dried out at all). I think basting them with the butter is the secret. Thanks for sharing this quick and easy recipe, Foxysnana, I'll be making this over and over again. "
"Great recipe and so easy!! I made these using Italian Salad Dressing Mix recipe#63812 with 5 boneless pork chops and it turned out so well! I bought more pork chops and during my once a month cooking blitz put a few in a zip lock bag added the dressing and threw it into the freezer. I will defrost these overnight and be ready for a great dinner. Thanks again! "