Pork Chops With Sour Cream Sauce

"UUUM so good!"
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  • Brown pork chops on both sides; drain oil.
  • Add onion, water, caraway seed, paprika, salt, dillweed and garlic powder.
  • Cover, reduce heat and simmer for 1 hour, adding more water if necessary.
  • Remove pork chops from skillet; keep warm.
  • Stir sour cream into skillet, mixing with pan juices to make a sauce. Pour over chops and serve.

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  1. I really liked this!! I followed both suggestions--doubling the sauce mix and leaving out the caraway seeds since none were on hand, and everyone REALLY liked it--even my picky-eater, son! I think I might play with it just a bit, since I'm not a caraway seeds fan, perhaps adding some mustard for tang? Thanks!
  2. I followed Christmas Carol's advise and doubled the sauce and was so glad I did. It is absolutely wonderful and perfect compliment to the moist and juicy pork chops. Thanks for sharing, Gloria 15x.
  3. These were so good! I skipped the caraway seeds, just a preference.
  4. We really enjoyed this, Gloria. The sauce was perfectly flavored- I was a little skeptical about the dill as I'm not a big fan of it, but there was no need to worry. When ingredients blend together as well as these, so as not to overpower one another, you have a winner. These particular seasonings are very complimentary to pork and the sauce turns out rich & delicious. My only complaint was not enough sauce... next time I will double (maybe even triple) it!
  5. This recipe was 'alright'. It was missing something... Needs more punch.


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