Dee's Stuffed Pork Chops

Dee's Stuffed Pork Chops created by Annacia

David likes these pork chops and they are simple but filling.

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  • Sauté the onion and celery in butter.
  • Add to the stuffing mix, prepared with the amount of liquid indicated on the box.
  • Add egg and mix.
  • Cut a pocket in the pork chops; be careful not to cut yourself; I know that's funny coming from me, lol.
  • Stuff pork chops and place in a baking dish.
  • Shake soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce over the pork chops.
  • Sprinkle with Season-All salt, salt, and pepper.
  • Next, plop the mushroom soup, mixed with a little water, over the top to make a smooth gravy.
  • Cover with foil paper.
  • Bake for 90 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit or until the pork chops are very tender. You can take the foil off for the last 10 minutes to brown the chops, if you want to brown them a little. Make sure you don't lose all the liquid or they will dry out.
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  1. Annacia
    Well now, to quote my DH "this pork chop is awsome!". I didn't use the soy sauce as it's something that I never use. The single change that I'd make next time is to use a bit of milk instead of the water to give the sauce a more creamy flavor. I used 1 x-lg bone in pork chop and that feed two of us tonight with a lunch serving for whoever gets to it first, lol. The chop did come out very moist and tender, I had no problem cutting it with a table knife. This recipe makes a substantial and delicious dinner, thanks for shareing Dee :D
  2. Annacia
    Well now, to quote my DH "this pork chop is awsome!". I didn't use the soy sauce as it's something that I never use. The single change that I'd make next time is to use a bit of milk instead of the water to give the sauce a more creamy flavor. I used 1 x-lg bone in pork chop and that feed two of us tonight with a lunch serving for whoever gets to it first, lol. The chop did come out very moist and tender, I had no problem cutting it with a table knife. This recipe makes a substantial and delicious dinner, thanks for shareing Dee :D
  3. Kurt S
    Wow, These turned out awesome. I did use the Chicken flavored stuffing as we prefer the flavor. Juicy but well cooked. I probably used more Soy and Worcestershire then I was supposed to but mixed with the Mushroom soup it made a fantastic gravy. I made these just for my wife and I but cant wait to make for company. Thanks Dee you Rock...
  4. Annacia
    Dee's Stuffed Pork Chops Created by Annacia
  5. Dienia B.
    Dee's Stuffed Pork Chops Created by Dienia B.
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