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Baked Pork Chops

This recipe is quite delicious and a nice change from the usual pork chop casseroles. Try it, I'm sure you will like it. The recipe came from a very old Purity cookbook.

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  • Seasoned flour: Sift together to blend evenly and store in tightly covered jar.
  • Dredge 6 pork chops in 1/2 cup seasoned flour.
  • Heat 2 tbsp.
  • shortening in frying pan and brown chops on both sides.
  • Arrange in shallow baking dish.
  • Top each chop with 1 lemon slice.
  • Combine 2/3 cup ketchup, 2/3 cup water and 3 tbsp.
  • brown sugar and pour mixture around and under the chops.
  • Cover and bake in 350° for 30 minutes.
  • Uncover and bake a further 20 minutes.
  • Add water if necessary.
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"This recipe is quite delicious and a nice change from the usual pork chop casseroles. Try it, I'm sure you will like it. The recipe came from a very old Purity cookbook."
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  1. Gerry
    These baked pork chops were absolutely delicious, a real winner at our house. Everyone loved them!Easily prepared, looked wonderful and tasted as good as they looked. No leftovers.Yes,'awesome' was repeated a good number of times! I didn't change a thing, perfect as is! Thank you Darlene10 for another of your great tasting recipes!
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  2. jus2470
    I was looking for a recipe that I thought kids might really like - and they did. I had to make a couple of ingredient changes, so the original is probably even better. I wasn't sure what catsup was, so I used tomato sauce. I used olive oil, not shortening, to brown the chops, with fresh ginger and garlic added then, as I didn't have powdered garlic or ginger to add to the flour. I only used 2 tablespoons of paprika, as I have the strong Spanish one, and I thought it would overwhelm everything else. The chops tasted excellent, but the sauce was a little thin - maybe because of the tomato sauce I used? Anyway, we really liked this recipe. Thank you Darlene.
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  3. Darlene10
    This recipe is quite delicious and a nice change from the usual pork chop casseroles. Try it, I'm sure you will like it. The recipe came from a very old Purity cookbook.
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