673 Ratings
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  • 4 Rating Star 128
  • 3 Rating Star 36
  • 2 Rating Star 20
  • 1 Rating Star 5

This recipe makes the most delicious creamy gravy to serve over pork chops. It tastes like something from a fancy restaurant. Serve with sauteed mushrooms, if desired

Toni
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Melt butter in a large skillet, over medium heat. Season the pork chops with black pepper and garlic powder. Fry the chops in butter until no longer pink and the juices run clear, about 20 to 25 minutes. Turn occasionally to brown evenly.

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  • Remove chops to a plate and keep warm. Stir the whipping cream into the skillet, loosening any bits of meat stuck to the bottom. Stir in blue cheese. Cook, stirring constantly until sauce thickens, about 5 minutes. Pour sauce over warm pork chops.

Tip

Aluminum foil can be used to keep food moist, cook it evenly, and make clean-up easier.

Nutrition Facts

402.84 calories; 15.72 g protein; 2.42 g carbohydrates; 37.02 g fat; 137.93 mg cholesterol; 278.54 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

06/24/2005
I came across this recipe quite by accident. Delicious moist I mean almost to die for. It is simple and quick to prepare. I always try to make a recipe exactly as stated first so I can fairly judge it. I tried this with out added bluecheese. It is mild and delicious. Even my non bluecheese eaters loved the gravy. For those of us who like a bit more bluecheese I added more and it also was excellent. I love gravies made with whipping cream. I however can not afford the calories on a regular basis as they tend to go to my hips. The next time I make this I will make the gravie with nonfat half-n-half nonfat canned milk or nonfat milk. When I use nonfat milk in place of whipping cream or half-n-half I add 1 tablespoon of cornstarch for thickening per cup of liqued. I will also use olive-oil in place of butter. I like some of the other reviewers sauteed mushrooms and served them on the side. I will be making this again soon with a nice cut of steak. I know it will be a hit too! Thanxs Toni for an excellent recipe. It is a keeper for sure and I will use it again and again. This recipe is well worth trying!
(254)

Most helpful critical review

08/21/2007
Neither my husband or I could finish. The sauce just too much for us.
(2)
673 Ratings
  • 5 Rating Star 484
  • 4 Rating Star 128
  • 3 Rating Star 36
  • 2 Rating Star 20
  • 1 Rating Star 5
06/24/2005
I came across this recipe quite by accident. Delicious moist I mean almost to die for. It is simple and quick to prepare. I always try to make a recipe exactly as stated first so I can fairly judge it. I tried this with out added bluecheese. It is mild and delicious. Even my non bluecheese eaters loved the gravy. For those of us who like a bit more bluecheese I added more and it also was excellent. I love gravies made with whipping cream. I however can not afford the calories on a regular basis as they tend to go to my hips. The next time I make this I will make the gravie with nonfat half-n-half nonfat canned milk or nonfat milk. When I use nonfat milk in place of whipping cream or half-n-half I add 1 tablespoon of cornstarch for thickening per cup of liqued. I will also use olive-oil in place of butter. I like some of the other reviewers sauteed mushrooms and served them on the side. I will be making this again soon with a nice cut of steak. I know it will be a hit too! Thanxs Toni for an excellent recipe. It is a keeper for sure and I will use it again and again. This recipe is well worth trying!
(254)
04/03/2003
This was very good. I substituted the 1 cup of whipping cream and 2oz. blue cheese with 1/2 cup of milk and 1/2 cup blue cheese dressing. Turned out great!
(223)
02/25/2004
This was very tasty. I took some suggestions from other people and made a couple of changes. I cooked some mushrooms along with the pork chops (put them in towards the end.) I seasoned the chops with Nature's Seasoning Blend and cayenne pepper. I also used 4 oz. of blue cheese instead of 2. I served this over linguine. Thanks for the delicious recipe!
(117)
03/30/2003
Excellent recipe. The gravy was very tasty - you must enjoy blue cheese of course. I added about a tablespoon of flour to help the gravy thicken. Very fast and simple to prepare. I served it with rice and green beans. I'm already looking forward to the leftovers!
(65)
03/27/2003
Great recipe - super simple and the gravy was deliciously different (you must enjoy bleu cheese though). Simple enough to whip up after a long hard day at work. Had a gourmet flair. Thanks for sharing it!
(41)
03/30/2003
I served this to my husband and we both loved it! We decided to grill the pork chops and then add the gravy. I also used about a teaspoon of corn starch to thicken the gravy just a little. I'll definately make this again!
(36)
01/15/2004
This recipe is great if you are on the Adkins Diet but it is not one of the taste sensations of the century! I will make it again but next time I will add chopped fried onions and sprinkle crumbled bacon over the top of the chops for added flavour. My husband liked the taste and is keen because the recipe is on his diet.
(34)
06/01/2003
This was wonderful. I used Stilton instead of bleu cheese and it had a wonderful creamy texture. I used a few sauted mushrooms and served it with roasted Parisienne potatoes and steamed broccoli. My husband said it was a definite "do again"! The sauce would be nice on linguine with a nice piece of herbed salmon....many uses for this sauce recipe. Also no corn starch etc is necessary if you simmer the sauce for the full 5 minutes to reduce it.
(34)
03/27/2003
I tried this tonight. It turned out pretty good. It was very easy to make. The gravy is really rich; it would be good served with some crusty bread for dipping.
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