Stuffed Pork Chops

"My boyfriend's favorite dish!!"
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Ready In:
4 porkchops




  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Prepare stuffing according to directions on box, increasing water by 1/4 cup.
  • Cut slit into the side of each pork chop, cutting it almost in half. This is easiest on a mostly frozen chop.
  • Stuff (and I mean stuff) each chop with as much stuffing as it can hold. You can also add a pat of butter, salt and pepper, or seasonings if desired.
  • Bake for 35 minutes, or until juice runs clear.
  • We enjoy having cauliflower with our meal.
  • Also-- DO NOT brown chops before hand. This causes them to be too tough, and too rigid to stuff correctly.

Questions & Replies

  1. How to cook shrimp stuffed pork chops
  2. Can this recipe be made in a slow cooker since you arent browning the pork chops?
  3. How do I print the ingredients and directions?
  4. Do you cook the stuffing according to the box directions before you stuff it in the pork chop and cook?


  1. Stove top stuffing is my favorite! If you don't like stove top stuffing, move on and please keep your caustic comments to yourself (Fred). The chops we're delicious. Thanks for the recipe. Used a little stove top stuffing ( run through the chopper) mixed with a little butter for a topping before baking. This one's a keeper!
  2. Wow! So funny I found this recipe as I have been making it for years! A also pour a jar of pork gravy over mine so it cooks in the gravy. And yes, Stove Top pork or savory herbs flavor works the best.
  3. This is a very easy and tasty!! I jazzed up the stuffing with some celery, onion and dried cherry's. Really adds to the flavor... Thanks for sharing!!!
  4. Was delicious! My very picky husband loved it! Done perfect in that time, I did add a little pork gravy near the end on top to keep it moist, but was tender and moist as it was. The recommended savory herb stuffing was a perfect compliment, thank you!
  5. Why Stove Top? That's not cooking........go to McDonalds!



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