Pork Chops With Cream of Celery Soup

"Delightful easy to prepare main course to please the whole family. Home style cooking, made with Cambell's Cream of Celery Soup . I had to substitute as I had no cream of mushroom soup on hand."
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Ready In:
1hr 20mins




  • In a large skillet pan, pour enough oil or garlic flavored oil to cover bottom of pan.
  • While it is heating, (#6 on the stove top burner) sprinkle to taste with some salt, pepper, and garlic powder on ONE side of pork chops. Place sprinkled side face down in the pan, and cover. Be sure to put the largest piece in the middle for even cooking.
  • When pork is medium brown, flip to other side, and sprinkle other side with same ingredients. Add 2 beef bullion cubes to the pan and cook till medium brown on this side.
  • Any Oil left, drain a little out if necessary, keeping the bullion in the pan.
  • In a bowl, wisk 1 can of cream of celery soup and 1 can of water. Add to pork chops with all the browning. Most important!
  • Put on lid, turn to low heat and cook for 1 hour.
  • Pork chops will be moist, easy to cut, and so delicious!
  • Serve with a roll, acorn squash with brown sugar, and a nice salad. You are good to go!

Questions & Replies

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  1. khight8555
    How can I print the recipe
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  3. Sharon E.
    What are the measurements when you use only 2 pork chops


  1. nellegreene
    This is yummy if you're craving comfort food. I didn't use the beef bouillon because I just didn't feel like it. And I also added some browned onion, fresh carrots sliced, and fresh green beans. Served with rice, it was awesome.
  2. Sarah H.
    Very tasty as is, but for the salt. I used sodium free bouillon. Also I love bone in chops which I find are much less likely to get dry. I am putting this recipe in my file!


  1. b.e.wolfinger
    First, I chopped a small yellow onion and four cloves of garlic and cooked that in the oil before adding the pork chops. After the hour of cooking, I removed the pork chops, made a roux and added it to the liquid in the pan. This made a nice and very delicious gravy that was served with the pork chops and over brown rice as a side.



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