43 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 19
  • 4 Rating Star 16
  • 3 Rating Star 4
  • 1 Rating Star 3
  • 2 Rating Star 1

Pork chops with a sauce made of ingredients you wouldn't think tasted good together. This is good served with noodles or rice.

SUSAN T
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Ingredients

6
Original recipe yields 6 servings
The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified

Directions

  • Over medium-high heat, melt butter in a large saucepan. Add pork chops and cook until browned on both sides. Season with salt and pepper. Top with onion slices.

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  • In a bowl, stir together soup, ketchup and Worcestershire sauce. Pour soup mixture over pork chops.

  • Cover pan and simmer until meat is no longer pink inside and thermometer reads 145 degrees F (63 degrees C), about 40 to 60 minutes.

Nutrition Facts

198.58 calories; 16.01 g protein; 8.37 g carbohydrates; 11.08 g fat; 50.26 mg cholesterol; 649.73 mg sodium. Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

12/01/2003
This is a simple and VERY delicious dish. I had the same idea as another poster to fix them in the crock pot. So thats what I did! I browned the chops in a pan after coating them with a mixture of flour garlic powder and mustard powder. I put the browned chops in the crock pot then covered them with the sauce. Cook on low for 7-8 hours. VERY DELICIOUS! The beauty of doing it this way is you can cook alot of chops! Thanks for sharing.
(16)

Most helpful critical review

08/15/2007
Sorry but this recipe just did not cut it - the sauce was more like a thick paste - It needs to be thinned and the ketchup taste was overwhelming. No one in my family of 4 really liked it. I followed the recipe to the letter although I'm usually one of those cooks that just "wing it" not using ketchup normally in anything I cook I decided to be exact:-) It just tasted like a cafeteria meal which was sort of disappointing after all those rave reviews....I would leave out the ketchup add a bit of sherry and some chicken stock to thin the sauce garlic pepper parsley some thinly sliced red/green pepper along with the onions and then I think you might have a winner:-)
(5)
43 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 19
  • 4 Rating Star 16
  • 3 Rating Star 4
  • 1 Rating Star 3
  • 2 Rating Star 1
12/01/2003
This is a simple and VERY delicious dish. I had the same idea as another poster to fix them in the crock pot. So thats what I did! I browned the chops in a pan after coating them with a mixture of flour garlic powder and mustard powder. I put the browned chops in the crock pot then covered them with the sauce. Cook on low for 7-8 hours. VERY DELICIOUS! The beauty of doing it this way is you can cook alot of chops! Thanks for sharing.
(16)
07/06/2010
Great Company Dinner Main course recipe. A twist on the usual fried pork chops with a creamy sauce good enough to serve over rice and mashed potatoes.
(10)
08/03/2003
This is a really good meal. I made this for my family of 5 and they really liked it. The ingredients are something I usually always have on hand and it's simple to make.
(6)
08/15/2007
Sorry but this recipe just did not cut it - the sauce was more like a thick paste - It needs to be thinned and the ketchup taste was overwhelming. No one in my family of 4 really liked it. I followed the recipe to the letter although I'm usually one of those cooks that just "wing it" not using ketchup normally in anything I cook I decided to be exact:-) It just tasted like a cafeteria meal which was sort of disappointing after all those rave reviews....I would leave out the ketchup add a bit of sherry and some chicken stock to thin the sauce garlic pepper parsley some thinly sliced red/green pepper along with the onions and then I think you might have a winner:-)
(5)
07/09/2004
I tried this recipe for dinner last night. My mom and my boyfriend both liked it. It's a very different flavor and it was nice for a change. Dont be afraid of the odd mix of ingredients. It makes a wonderful sauce that goes great with pork.I'm using the leftover sauce as a basting sauce for some grilled pork tonight.Thanks for a great recipe.
(4)
03/15/2010
OH MAN!!! My mama used to make this recipe for me when I was a little girl. It's from either Better Homes and Gardens cookbook or Betty Crocker's cookbook... I can't remember which but it's a very old-school recipe with a red and white plaid cover on the book. Anywhoo this was a favorite of mine growing up and I searched for it because I was craving it and wanted to make it for my guy. I was so happy to see it here! I made the following tweaks: 1) Doubled the sauce portion of the recipe; 2) Used Healthy Request Reduced Fat/Sodium Cream of Chicken AND Cream of Mushroom to cut down on calories/fat/greasiness; 3) Used 6 tablespoons of Lea & Perrins THICK recipe Worcestershire sauce; 4) A few heavy-handed dashes of TAPATIO hot sauce -- yes I'm serious!; 5) A generous pour from a bottle of Merlot I was drinking when I mad this dinner; and 6) Seasoned the chops with salt pepper & garlic powder and let rest for 7 minutes before browning. IT WAS AWESOME!!!! Zingy tangy savory... tender and comforting just as I remembered this recipe to be. If you're debating on making this don't! Try it out.... the sauce is killer and is great over mashed potatoes. I served it with a side of asparagus I marinated in olive oil soy sauce garlic and sea salt/pepper. My boyfriend loved it and I can't wait to have leftovers tomorrow. BUEN PROVECHO! Enjoy.:)
(4)
08/03/2003
A great little recipe! An unlikely combination of ingredients makes a delicious sauce. I'd like to try it next time in the crock pot.
(3)
03/02/2008
Family and I enjoyed this new recipe. A new change of pace for tender pork chops. I actually double the sauce since we use it over mashed potatos with our chops.
(3)
10/03/2006
What a great recipe! It had a very unique taste which I loved. The meat ended up really tender and the sauce tasted great on potatoes as well. Even my 13-month-old daughter liked it and she can be picky. I'll definately be making this a lot.
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