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This was a good recipe...fast and easy to prepare but nothing to write home about. I would definitely make it again but instead of 2 cans cream of mushroom I will try 1 cr of mush and 1 golden mushroom or cream of something else just to give it a little more flavor.
Such delicious comfort food. Smells incredible when it's baking. Use plenty of fresh onion. We've made this twice so far second time we tried a boneless pork shoulder roast cut into slabs (cooked it for two hours to be sure it was done throughout)--it was great.
A very easy recipe to prepare and my husband cleaned his plate. The only change I made was to fry the pork chops in butter; remove the chops to a casserole and added mushroom soup to the frying pan dripping plus can of water. After bring the soup to a boil I then added the soup to the casserole cover it with foil and baked it for 30 min at 350 degrees. All in all it was very tastily.
I was looking for something that didn't require a ton of ingredients and was easy to prepare. This recipe was it! I've tried a pot roast cooked in a similar fashion and loved it so I thought I would give this a whirl. Since it is just me I cooked one pork chop with 1/2 can of soup. I seasoned with rosemary and onion flakes plus salt. I found the pork chop moist and flavorful. This recipe is a keeper for me! It's easy to throw in the oven after work while I take the dogs for a walk. Thanks!
This dish was pretty good. I enjoyed the 2 cans of cream of mushroom soup. However I do find the recipe missing something - salt pepper string beans carrots maybe? Whatever it is the magic ingredient would definitely make this a stellar recipe.
Taste is 3 stars ease is 5 stars. I am glad to have something like this to go to after work and the family gets fast comfort food. Thank you. Anyone who is honestly expecting gormet out of a can of soup and a pork chop needs to get real.
Ladies and gentlemen I am confused. When I made this recipe it smelled great. The pork was fantastic I wish I had more in the freezer it was so good. The sauce however left something to be desired. I m just not sure what that something is. It s a trifle.. well it s not bland. I just don t know what it is. The dish didn t get past the mushroom soup-beefy onion soup gaahhhrlic - oniony-ness that seemed to overpower the pork. That s probably my fault since I strayed from the recipe. But my family and I including my picky daughter ate it up. But when it came to left overs I couldn t make myself eat it for a day or two. And then I was staaarrving for protein and all of a sudden there was a ton of pork left over that was just begging to be consumed. This recipe isn t one I d purposefully set out to make ever again. It s not for dinner parties. But if it s the end of the month and money is scarce and the ingredients are something you ve got in your pantry (and let s face it most of us do) it s some good eating.
This was easy and economical. A great base recipe to make your own. I seasoned my chops well and browned them, placed in bottom of slow cooker, mixed 1 can cream of mushroom, minced garlic, 1/2 an envelope of dried onion soup mix, about 1/4 c white wine, and 1 can of mushrooms. Then poured over the chops. I cooked this on low 6 hours and it was perfect. Finished it off with a little sour cream to help cut the salt. Served with pasta. Definitely not gourmet but a good pantry/ freezer meal when you don't feel much like cooking and are low on groceries.
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