Hunt's Barbecued Pork Chops

Hunt's Barbecued Pork Chops created by Debbwl

From a very old newspaper ad. It is not really barbecue like we know it. It says that they barbecue right in your oven; surely to make a man happy. Hunt's only cost a few cents a can at your grocery store and gives your recipe a flavor boost like no other product; great stuff lol.

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  • Brown chops in oil.
  • Place in a shallow greased baking pan.
  • Combine tomato sauce, salt, celery, water, lemon juice, brown sugar, dry mustard, and pepper together; pour over chops.
  • Cover the dish and bake in moderate oven 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 1 1/4 hours or until tender, basting occasionally.
  • Serves 4 delighted people.
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"From a very old newspaper ad. It is not really barbecue like we know it. It says that they barbecue right in your oven; surely to make a man happy. Hunt's only cost a few cents a can at your grocery store and gives your recipe a flavor boost like no other product; great stuff lol."
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  1. Debbwl
    Dienia you are quite right these are not barbecue as we know it but still very tender and tasty. This makes a lot of sauce but we found that the left over sauce was good the next day warmed up and add to some veggies. A easy and economical dish that is sure to be made again. Thanks for the post.
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  2. Debbwl
    Hunt's Barbecued Pork Chops Created by Debbwl
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  3. Dienia B.
    From a very old newspaper ad. It is not really barbecue like we know it. It says that they barbecue right in your oven; surely to make a man happy. Hunt's only cost a few cents a can at your grocery store and gives your recipe a flavor boost like no other product; great stuff lol.
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