Pork Chops with Blue Cheese Gravy
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
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
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!Read More
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.Read More
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!
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!
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!
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!
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!
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!
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.
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.
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.
we love this recipe! It is quick & easy after a full day of work. We are big fans of blue cheese so I always use a whole 4oz container instead of just 2.
Loved this. I did edit the recipe, but WOW. FIRST difference was I did dredge my chops in flour and shook off any excess. I had seasoned my flour with onion powder, garlic powder, paprika, salt and pepper. I salted the chops just a bit before dredging in the flour as well. I put PLENTY of butter in the skillet, and sauteed 2 cloves of garlic prior to throwing in the chops. DON'T be afraid to cook those chopes JUST 3-4 minutes on 1 side, flip and repeat and youre done!! Then cover those babies with some foil and set them aside. they will be PERFECT! Next, I threw in a good amount of mushrooms right into the pan I just used for the chops. I gave several liberal shakes of worcestershire to cover the shrooms. Sauteed them for about 10 minutes until they were getting nice and soft and the worcestershire sauce reduced a good bit. Oh - and I added a splash of white wine to the mushrooms as well, so I let that cook off a bit. THEN, I eyeballed my heavy cream and my blue cheese. I stirred, let it simmer for a bit, stirred a whole lot more (and taste tested repeatedly..) - then covered with a lid. It probably simmered about 10 minutes or so. All I can say is WOW. The gravy MADE the pork chops just phenomenal!! yum, yum! We had oven-baked potatoes with chives, sour cream, cheese, bacon bits as a side. A fantastic, comfort-food meal that will for SURE be repeated in the near future. MAKE THIS NOW!
This is an awesome recipe for blue cheese lovers. I'm not a big fan of pork chops, but the hubby likes them. I saute some onions in the butter before putting well seasoned chops in the pan. Deglaze those good bits. I don't use the heavy whipping cream, but use nonfat sour cream, a container of stella blue cheese crumbles, some bottled blue cheese dressing and sliced mushrooms. I serve it with rice and broccoli. Watch the family clean their plates!
This was fantastic! I made this AS IS and it was just wonderful. So many people review a recipe that they've altered in some way. Although their alterations may be wonderful as well, I don't feel it's fair, nor helpful, to review a recipe that you've changed.
Wonderful recipe! Topped the chops with sauteed mushrooms/garlic, served the Blue Cheese Gravy on the side (daughters not crazy about bleu cheese). I didn't have whipping cream on hand, so I subbed sour cream and a little milk - the gravy was smooth and delicious. Served with Garlic Mashed Sweet Potatoes from this site, and sauteed brussels sprouts. What a terrific flavor combo. Thank you Toni for a great recipe; it's a keeper for sure!
This recipe smelled great and looked good too, however, the taste was definitely not my cup of tea. If you like bleu cheese, then you'll like this recipe. The taste of the cheese was too strong for the gravy. I really liked the pork chop flavor, but the gravy ruined it.
YUM . . . . I skipped the garlic powder & sautéed 1 T freshly minced garlic in the butter until it was just fragrant and used 4 oz (+/-) of blue cheese with 1 C half & half. It took perhaps 15 minutes of simmering to achieve a good consistency, but it was a grand slam. And to think I didn't like pork chops . . . . This recipe is a keeper, fer sure. The sauce was even more tasty the second day; the next time I make this, I will cook the gravy a day ahead. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe.
THIS IS AWESOME.... I changed this a bit, on the pork chops I marinated them with soy sauce and wor. sauce for about an hour. Then I cooked them in a pan with a tad of EVOO. Added the whipping cream and blue cheese and garlic. DIVINE! I took leftovers to work the next day and couldnt get enough. Flavor was wonderfully strong and delicious
I would have given this recipe 10 stars if I could have!! It was so simple and easy to make! The flavor was amazing and everything turned out just right. I served it with sauteed mushrooms with garlic and mashed potatoes (made from the box). I will definitely be making this again and again. Thanks, Toni. :)
This is one of the easiest and most dellicious recipes I've ever tried!! Here's a tip: cook your pork chops in a cast iron skillet and then use the same skillet for the sauce. Because the skillet stays so hot, the cream will thicken very, very quickly!
Very nice flavor. I used low fat milk instead of whipping cream to make it a little lighter. The resulting sauce was a little runny but it didn't affect the taste in my opinion. Make sure you use a really good quality blue cheese.
I'm biased, Love Pork and Love Blue Cheese, even saying blue cheese could probably make liver taste good, thou not really willing to test that theory. Very simple ingredients all worked to make this a superior entree. I served with caramelized red onions and shallots, lemon orzo, and roasted garlic cauliflower.
This makes an awesome gravy. I added a little flour to make the sauce thicker. I could have added a little more blue cheese myself, but for those who aren't as big a fan of blue cheese as I, the flavor wasn't too strong. I cooked my pork chops according to this sites, "Roast Pork Loin Chop" recipe, and they turned out very moist. I will definately make again.
This is one of the best, easiest recipes I have every had. My husband flipped over the great taste. I added just a little more Blue Cheese, since the container was a four oz container, just use it. I also took this recipe into work and 1 of the gals made it with Chicken Breast, said it was amazing!!!!!
This turned out really good. It was a little too salty for me, so next time I might try using garlic in olive oil so saute the pork instead of butter and garlic powder. I also added a little bit of flour to thicken the sauce and more blue cheese. I will definitely make this again. Thanks!
This was delicious! I used stilton instead of blue cheese. Also, any drippings that accumulated under the set aside pork chops, I added to the gravy as it was thickening. Enjoy!
This recipe is AWESOME! So easy to make and with only a handful of ingredients. In place of the garlic powder and black pepper, I used McCormick's California Style Garlic Pepper with red bell and black pepper. I covered the chops while they were cooking. I ended up with tender, juicy, flavorful pork chops topped with mouthwatering blue cheese gravy that exploded in your mouth. Thanks for sharing this great recipe, Toni. I'll be making these often.
This was FINE! My hubby is not a big fan of blue cheese, but even he had seconds!! I sauted fresh garlic and canned mushroom slices in butter and added to top of chops and gravy. Very fine! Oh... I also didn't have cream, so I used evaporated milk and it worked. Thanks for such a great, easy and impressive recipe!
This was excellent. The dressing is also very good on mashed potatoes.
Let's put it this way...I have made a few items from this site and I have never taken the time to review one of the receipes. This was WONDERFUL. I took one reviewer's suggestion and coated the pork chops with flour,salt,pepper, and garlic salt. The cooking time on the chops were half the time suggested (my chops were a bit thinner). I also added a tad more blue cheese then what the recipe called for. YUM YUM YUM! My husband loved it. We will make this again.
My family said it was the best meal yet! I served it with wide egg noodles, covered with sauteed mushrooms, onions, zucchini and yellow squash. Also, I followed the directions of a previous rater and used blue cheese salad dressing and milk- not as strong as the recipe called for, but still had a nice "tang."
This recipe is really good.... I did as another reviewer suggested and cooked some bacon, fried the pork chops in the bacon grease with a bit of butter, and then added the bacon pieces into the gravy... Definately restaurant quality.... I served with boiled red potatoes and garlic bread....
I added sauteed mushrooms & onions in the pan then added the whipping cream & blue cheese dressing. The Hubby said it was OK, I didn't like it , the blue cheese taste. I won't be making this blue cheese gravy again.
This was excellent! True--you need to be a lover of blue cheese to really appreciate the flavors of this dish. I sauteed some fresh mushrooms and garlic in butter after removing the chops from the pan and before adding the cream and cheese. The result was terrific...we spooned the mushrooms and sauce over a side of buttered egg noodles....yummy! Not a dish for those who are counting their calories by any means but wonderful all the same!
One of the top three recipes I have ever made from this site (and I make a lot). This was tremendous! I used four bonless thick chops (flattened them a bit) and added more heavy whipping cream and blue cheese. I had no problems with consistency whatsoever. Made mashed potatoes on the side and poured the gravy over everything. The flavor was great, great, great. And how simple to prepare. We plan on trying this next on filet mignon. I think it would be superb there as well. Thank you for this superb dish.
This was totally AWESOME!! Simple but elegant! I just prepared this for dinner tonight and got rave reviews. My boyfriend even went back for extra gravy! :-D The one small tweak I did, however, was used a portion of the heavy cream and mixed in a tablespoon of cornstarch to make the gravy a little thicker (I like thicker gravy). Served with roasted new potatoes and the meal was fantastic. This one is getting added to my recipe box for sure! :-D
This is a great go-to recipe on nights where you'd like something comforting and different. I have always fried my porkchops like this, so the taste of the chops themselves was no real surprise. However, the addition of bleu cheese to the pan sauce was a delicious alternative. This is a "pan sauce" and not truly a "gravy" per se', but semantics aside, it is a delicious and wonderful dinner and easily something impressive for guests! I added a bit of salt to the mix of seasonings, but that's just my thing. It's great served with some asparagus and crusty bread. A high 5 for the originator goes out on this one!
I too found this by acident, but I am so glad I did ! My husband and I really enjoyed this. I made no changes. I will make again !
Love the gravy. Have made this several times. I often add more blue cheese or sometimes even add gorganzola!
YES! This is a keeper. I made it for dinner this evening and it turned out fantastic. Very easy and quick too. I added diced apples to the skillet while cooking the chops. (Hubby doesn't like mushrooms and I thought it would give a little different twist.) We'll definitely be having this again. YUM!
I must give this 5 stars. This was steakhouse worthy, however you must REALLY like blue cheese. My boyfriend just "ooooo'd and ahhhh'd" throughout dinner. Made exactly as stated but added fresh mushrooms. You could easily add green peppers, onions, etc. - very easy to make. Thank you for this "keeper!"
This was very good and pretty easy too. I was surprised that (besides my 2 year old) everyone liked this, including my two boys. The chops alone were very tasty and juicy to boot. But the sauce, the sauce was just awesome. I'll admit, I was expecting the flavor to be a lot stronger, and sharp, but was surprised that it was perfectly balanced with just the right amount of blue cheese flavor. It was delicious! None of my kids liked the sauce, but that's alright, more for hubby and me. ;)
I tried this as it fit into my Adkins plan. It was great, but I added a tsp of chopped garlic with the cream, a pinch of cayenne pepper, and 1/4 cup sour cream just as I took it off the heat. It had a mild bite but was just right for us.
This is FABULOUS! I loved the creaminess of the sauce, it went great with the pork chops. I will definately make this again.
This was wonderful!!!! I didn't have whipping cream or Blue Cheese, so I used light cream and Feta Cheese. It was so yummy that I ate all of my chop (I usually eat only 1/2, as I am not a pork lover), and then I was eyeing up my husband's... My husband said that he only wants pork chops done this way from now on.
Let me just say from the start...I used FETA instead of blue cheese, and Half & Half instead of whipping cream...and it was great. I also used it on chicken breasts...and it was great. A little sauteed garlic and onion was tasty too. Next time I'll add some other vegetables of choice.
we didn't have blue cheese on hand, so just used shredded mozzarella instead. Have made it 3 time in the past 5 weeks, is now our favorite pork chop recipe
Big hit with my husband and I . We love blue cheese. The flavor is definitely a little milder because of the whipping cream. However, if you don't like blue cheese you probably won't like this. If you try it anyway, don't give it a low review because you don't like blue cheese.
Everyone seems to love this recipe - even me! (I don't care for pork in general, and especially chops - usually too dry.) We love blue cheese, so I add extra extra amounts. Also, tried with both heavy cream and half&half - better with heavy, but h&h was good, too.
This was awesome! So easy! I used fat free milk and corn starch instead of whipping cream as others suggested. No need to double the cheese. I used low fat blue cheese. This is a keeper.
Great flavor, fast recipe, sauce thickened nicely. Used crushed garlic instead of powder. We love bleu cheese!
One of my favorite meals. Give this one a try!
I floured my pork chops just a little bit. I used all purpose flour added some pepper, garlic salt and Lawrys seasoned salt; mixed all that togther then lightly coated the pork chops. Other than that I kept everything else the same. This is a really tasty recipe!
Delicious! Used 1/2 whipping cream, 1/2 skim milk, and a tiny bit of cornstarch. Also added sauteed mushrooms!
The gravy was pretty good, but the real winner here was the way the pork chops were cooked. Perfection. I'll never cook them another way again. Yum!
I fried the pork chops as recommended by the Allrecipes site, in oil & butter, seasoned and floured. What I really am reviewing is the blue cheese gravy. Yum. This was very rich and tasty. I will make this again. My husband really liked this combo.
Simple and rich. No reason not to give this 5 stars. Make sure you thicken the sauce and you can use it with chicken, salad or whatever you wish. I had a busy day, so I turned to this one to please the family. Did the trick. I added just a little extra blue cheese so I could call it a sinful, then sprinkled some more on top.
Pretty tasty, but I didn't give it 5 stars, because the blue cheese gravy was a little overwhelming, so I cut it with Feta cheese. Other than that...it was very good!
Nice change from my usual PC meal. Good flavor, very easy. Used half n half not whipping cream, increased the blue cheese, and added alittle hot sauce.
After Tony got over the idea that I was trying to kill him when he saw the blue cheese as I was adding it he loved it, I enjoyed it as well, very different, tangy and delicious! I did add minced garlic to my olive oil/butter to fry the chops at first.
This is a wonderful dish. The whole family loves it. We didn't change a thing.
Delicious! Husband normally hates bleu cheese. I didn't tell him there was any in the gravy, and he practically slurped it up!:P Few changes I made: 1) I doubled the amount of bleu cheese from 2 oz. to 4 oz. Even if you are not a big bleu cheese lover like me, 4 oz. is still not overpowering, but enough to add some kick. 2) Instead of using garlic powder and butter, I sauteed the pork chops in olive oil, salt and pepper, onions, garlic, and mushrooms. YUM! I think that just enhanced the sauce that much more! It made plenty of gravy, we poured on our mashed potatoes and dipped our bread in it. Definitely a meal I would make for company.
OMG, this is SO good. Very simple, not many ingredients and oh so yummy. My family went crazy and it will become a permanent part of our menu. The sauce, (gravy), tastes straight out of a top notch restaurant. I am very impressed. I served this dish with roasted red potatoes and sauteed asparagus and mushrooms. Ah-mazing!
Delicious! I only changed two things. I used 1 cup of Half and Half, rather than the whipping cream, and I did not measure out the blue cheese. I just added a handful or two of the crumbled blue cheese, because I was not sure how many ounces I had. It came out fantastic! I would definitely make this again!
I added sauted mushrooms to the gravy.Served with broc. and black rice. very good.
This is a perfect basic recipe to play around with. I browned my chops in a cast iron pan with alittle oil. Removed them and added alittle water to scrape the brown bits. Added 1/2 cup of milk and 3 big tablespoons of Philadelphia Cooking Cream (Savory Garlic Flavor) Blue Cheese and Cracked Black Pepper. Let it reduce till it was thick and yummy. Thanks for a great idea! It was lick your plate good :)
I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe! I wish I could give it 20 stars! I used thin boneless chops since it was all I had and seasoned them with pepper and garlic powder and then also dredged them in flour seasoned with pepper and garlic powder. They only took about 10 or so minutes to cook...but that gravy is awesome! It cooked up nice and thick and the blue cheese melts nicely into it and it is such an incredible flavor! I love blue cheese ans sometimes I find blue cheese recipes have a very strong blue cheese flavor but this was perfect. My bf that doesn't like pork chops, agreed that this was great. It's something you could serve to dinner guests...I would love to try it on a steak! Thanks so much for this recipe, I will be making it over and over and over again!
This was very good and easy. Followed the recipe exactly and the sauce thickened up beautifully.
I have made these chops several times I hve changed things up a bit after browning chops I put on dish and put in oven on 300 just to keep warm then I put cut up asparagus which i have seasoned with garlic powder and pepper and saute till done remove an put with pork chops, and then add cream and blue cheese as directed and serve over rice. YUMMY
My Husband and Kids Could not get enough! It was easy and absolutely perfect!
I was cautiously optimistic about this. My family loves Blue Cheese Burgers so I tohught we will tried it. It was great! I will definitly make this again. I did use 1% milk since I did not have half and half or cream. We did not missed any richness in the sauce.
I modified the recipe slightly, but over all this is great. First I fried bacon (about 2 slices per chop) as some had suggested. I then fried up the pork chops in the bacon grease (I know, not the healthiest meal, but its worth it every now and then!) I put the chops aside, then I sauteed an onion in the same pan. Then add the cream and blue cheese. (Hubby and I love blue cheese, so we added more). This combo is sure to please! I served it with mashed potatoes, and some even used the gravy on the them! This will become an instant favorite!
Wonderful! These chops tasted like you spent hours preparing them, yet were so easy.I sauteed fresh mushrooms and onions in the pan while i was keeping the chops warm before adding the cream. I used 1 1/2 cups of cream, ( we like a lot of gravy) and 4 ounces of blue cheese
This was fantastic. Even my kids liked it.
I'm not a big fan of blue cheese but wanted something different. The amount of blue cheese was just right, it was not too strong. It was very easy to make too. I will make this again.
Excellent! An unexpectedly delightful combination of tastes. Like some others, I added twice the amount of cheese, but other than that followed the recipe to the letter.
Excellent meal and very easy to prepare. I made it exactly as listed. Gravy was great on baked potato too.
Delicious! Family loved them. Very easy recipe for after work meal. I added a little chicken broth so the gravy would strech further for mashed potatoes. Definitely would serve to the inlaws.
Made this meal today for wife and myself. I must say that this is one of the most flavorful pork chop dinners I have ever had and I am not a huge blue cheese fan. However, the wife is. Followed the recipe verbatum and included the sauteed mushrooms. Both of our comments, "Exquisite". Will make this again soon for dinner when company is over.
Absolutely delicious -I added onions when the chops were nearly done and more cheese to make the sauch thicker.
Delish! A new twist on pork chops and sooo easy. Tastes like you've made a big fuss. Would serve this at a dinner party in a minute. Want to try on steaks too! Thanks!
This recipe was WONDERFUL!!! The sauce was very good and would go great on top of steaks as well. Definitely give this one a try, I got rave reviews.
These are really good. I used skim milk and blue cheese dressing. After I cooked the pork chops I made the gravy and then put the pork chops back in the pan to sit for a few more minutes to soak up the flavors. Yum!
Better then I thought it would be. Pork chops were so tender. We all had 2 pork chops for dinner!
I'm only giving this four stars because my pork chops were not tender, even though I followed the recipe exactly. They were thick boneless porkchops, and I cooked them over medium heat. If anyone has any suggestions for how to cook pork chops so they are tender, I would greatly appreciate it. The sauce was delicious and everyone enjoyed it...the only thing different was that I added mushrooms and a little extra bleu cheese. YUM!
I didn't have any pork chops so I sliced up a pork tenderloin but followed the recipe exactly... all I can say is OMG Delightful! Even my extremely picky 4 year old ate it and loved the sauce... very decadent and delicious! Recommended!
I made this recipe along with egg noodles. We put the gravy over our pork chops and the noodles. The gravy was very good but my pork chops came out dry. I would make it again though.
I've made this recipe several times and my family loves it. I always double the cream/cheese to make more gravy for rice or mashed potatoes.
This was awesome!!! The mushrooms made all the difference. Will definitely make again. Thanks, Toni!
I think the blue cheese gravy was a nicely added touch to a pork chop. I used half n half instead of cream, and it worked fine (and was lower in fat). I think next time I will have a thinner pork chop. Trying to cook it all the way through took longer and dried it out some. Excellent recipe!
Found this recipe here 2 yrs ago - love it and am updating my review because we now just make the gravy and serve with grilled pork roast, steak, chicken, baked potatoes, steamed vegys, bread dipping... Heat the heavy cream, pepper and garlic powder in a saucepan. Stir constantly. Add 4 oz. (double) blue cheese and stir constantly until until thickened (about 5 min). Had company recently and made this and brown gravy for a pork roast because most of them said they didn't like blue cheese. The brown gravy didn't get touched. Luckily, I had doubled the blue cheese gravy. It was a hit!
I liked the blue cheese gravy, but the pork chops were just ok. All in all, it was a good recipe, but we expected to be impressed - we weren´t. I will use the sauce with pasta, or sliced chicken filets in the future. We served this with french fries.
Heavenly! This was an easy way to make pork chops elegant. I followed the recipe and thought it was just right. Hubby felt like a king.
My husband licked the plate. This was the best! I followed the recipe exactly.
This was so simple and absolutely delicious. I seasoned my pork chops with Penzey's spice blend of Bouquet Garni (thyme, rosemary, savory, tarragon, oregano, sage, etc.), and it made the gravy have a wonderful herbal flavor. I opted to deglaze the pan with approx 1/2 cup of dry white wine before adding the half and half/ blue cheese, which really brought it to the next tasty level. I honestly don't think the cream is necessary (half and half worked just as well, just needed to thicken it slightly longer). This gravy would be amazing on other dishes including chicken, grilled steak, or even roasted red potatoes; we often serve a simple side dish of buttered dill egg noodles which is a great compliment.
OMG! This was SOOO good, and VERY quick. A very simple dinner for people on the run.
double blue cheese-add half of the cheese during reduction, the other half add to the sauce just before serving-make crusty bread for dipping
This recipe was very delicious! Tastes like you really worked hard, but it is extremely simple.
this was just okay. i LOVE bleu cheese and so does my hubby. i used fat free half and half to make it less artery clogging, but then added crumbled bacon so i'm sure it didnt help too much haha! i used more bleu cheese too. dipped the chops in egg and coated in italian breadcrumbs before frying them up. pretty tasty, just wish the sauce had a little more.....something.....and i cant figure out what.
Awsome! Supurb! My only addition was some crumbled bacon. Splendid!