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Aunt Martha's Pork Chops Delight

Aunt Martha's Pork Chops Delight created by vrvrvr

Recipe from Will's Aunt Martha in Huntsville, AL - said it was a favorite of her kids, and we can't wait to try it!

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  • Season flour with salt and pepper.
  • Spread mustard on chops and dredge in flour.
  • Heat a skillet on med high, and melt butter.
  • Brown chops in butter on both sides for 2 minutes.
  • Add onion and broth and cover, simmer 10 minutes.
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  1. uniquelady4life
    This was quick and has a great flavor! I used a restaurant's special sauce (cause it's just that good) and I didn't have any onions but regardless it turned out great. Thanks Aunt Martha :-)
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  2. vrvrvr
    Aunt Martha's Pork Chops Delight Created by vrvrvr
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  3. vrvrvr
    These were great, flavorful chops. I used honey mustard instead of plain yellow mustard. There was a lot of liquid, and I had to strain the onions out of it because they were still crunchy after the short simmer time. (My family is anti-crunchy-onions.) I let the sauce boil a bit to reduce it. The result was a delicious chop dish! Thanks for posting this.
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  4. vrvrvr
    These were great, flavorful chops. I used honey mustard instead of plain yellow mustard. There was a lot of liquid, and I had to strain the onions out of it because they were still crunchy after the short simmer time. (My family is anti-crunchy-onions.) I let the sauce boil a bit to reduce it. The result was a delicious chop dish! Thanks for posting this.
    Reply
  5. Gohogsgirl
    Recipe from Will's Aunt Martha in Huntsville, AL - said it was a favorite of her kids, and we can't wait to try it!
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