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made this tonight.but i tweaked it some. i used some olive oil and the butter to brown the chops..i also added sliced red onion, fresh garlic, and splash of red wine while they cooked..i didnt have wild rice, so i used a pkg chicken flavor rice, couldnt even tell. to top it all off in the bowls, i added shredded colby jack cheese..it was da bomb!!
Very good recipe, so nice and easy. I was serving corn on cob as a side so I omitted the can of corn in the recipe. Used basmati rice rather than the wild rice & herbs and I added 1/4 tsp herbs de provence, 1/4 tsp smoked paprika, and pinch of sea salt and pinch of pepper. It was very tasty and my whole family enjoyed it.
This was great as written but I was worried that the amount of rice seemed a little skimpy for 4 people since the box indicates that it's only 3 servings. So I made up for it by adding in about 1/2 of instant brown rice to beef it up a little. My husband loves things spicy so he added cayenne pepper and some hot sauce to his and deemed it perfection. I served it with cornbread.
This is a very versatile recipe that leaves you open to lots of options depending on what you have on hand. As suggested I substituted cooked chicken breasts for the pork as that's what I had in the house. I've also substituted or added broccoli carrots and peas. Easy and good. It's a keeper. My leftovers reheated well for lunch the following day.
I had diced pork I needed to use up. This came together quickly and the husband loved it. I used crushed tomatoes instead of diced because I prefer less chunks. The dish turned out great and we had plenty for lunches for a few days
Delicious! I did make some changes because of what I had on hand. I had some leftover rice. I used 2 cups. No Italian tomatoes just regular diced tomatoes. I sautéed 1 onion and some garlic added the undrained tomatoes drained corn some Italian seasoning a teas of beef bullion simmered for a bit. Then put in the browned pork chops whole. I think I will dice them up next time. I put all in the oven and baked covered for 30 min. I didn't use any water since my rice was already cooked. Very nice weekday meal. Thank You!
This is a good skillet recipe. I needed something fast for dinner and this was the answer. Thank you for sharing. Every one really enjoyed it. I did kick things up a notch with some onion and red pepper flakes. This is a keeper.
This recipe is OK in my opinion. It feels a bit bland despite the seasonings. I added 2 garlic cloves and still it came out bland to my taste. I am not sure if I would make it again. On the positive side it is extremely easy to make.
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