Amazing Pork Chops in Cream Sauce
Easy and quick pork chops cooked in whipping cream with mushrooms and white wine.
Easy and quick pork chops cooked in whipping cream with mushrooms and white wine.
Substituted Kentucky bourbon/chicken broth for the wine and half & half for the cream. Used flour mixed with sour cream to thicken. I liked the flavour of the sauce, but it didn't knock my socks off! When husband tells me it "is just OK", that means we probably won't be making this again...Read More
One of my favorite recipes! I doubled the cream and wine amounts, plus I added a teaspoon of parsley, tyme, and basil. I added a 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder. It turned out great!
This is a wonderful sauce - great flavor - I would thicken it a little with a roux the next time as it was a little thinner than I would have preferred. But the flavor was so rich - we served it with wild rice on the side and every drop of the sauce went! I also would think about making more sauce - we made it with 4 chops for 4 people and it was barely enough sauce so I might think about doubling it next time around, it was so good! Added note: since my initial review, I decided to retry with sherry instead of white wine. wow! a really winner there too! and try it with chicken as well!! you just can't go wrong with this. you might also try adding the mushrooms with the white wine and chops - they take on the wine flavor and are even more yummy. and i always double the sauce so there is no fighting at the table :)
This meal was so easy! I replaced the white wine with apple cider and the sauce was to simply die for!This will easily become a regular in our house now!
I use allrecipes all the time, but rarely rate or comment. First, I want to say that I love this recipe! The only thing I recommend is doubling the sauce and adding some garlic (I love garlic and put it in everything! ). Second, and the main reason I am commenting: I get so aggravated when people rate a recipe that they have completely changed. I saw someone on here who gave the recipe 3 stars and said the sauce just didn't knock their socks off and they won't be making again. They stated in their comment that they used chicken broth instead of wine, and half and half instead of heavy cream, AND they also added sour cream and flour to the sauce. Well no wonder it didn't knock your socks off! You completely changed the recipe! I'm sorry, but if you're going to alter a recipe that much, you shouldn't be rating it. Make the recipe as stated the first time (adding more/less seasoning to your taste is fine), rate it, and then alter away the next time you make it!! Sorry- I'm done ranting now. This recipe rocks! One of my favorites :)
We enjoyed this recipe. I browned 4 pork loin slices, that had been tenderized, in butter - seasoning with salt, pepper and garlic powder. I added a can of beef broth and simmered for about 6 minutes. I removed the meat and strained the broth into another sauce pan. I sauted fresh mushrooms in a litle butter - returned the beef broth to the pan with 1 cup of heavy cream and a little Marsala wine. I cooked it until it reduced a little and thickened. This sauce is wonderfull. Served with garlic mashed potatoes and a veggie.
These were delicious. The first time I made it exactly as the recipe stated, adjusting the cooking time for my thicker chops. The second time I added a heaping tablespoon of flour to some of the cream before adding it to thicken it a little. Very Very good! Thank you for submitting it!
Love this dish, will make this one again and again!! My boyfriend told me he is lucky that I am an excellent cook after dinner. One thing I did different was marinate the mushrooms seperate in a little wine, garlic and greek seasoning before putting them in with the cream and wine.
this was great. I did saute' a clove of garlic in the butter and wine and I added some thyme and extra cream. YUMMY.
We loved this. I did as another review said, I sauted the mushrooms in butter and olive oil before putting in the sauce, Will absolutely make again.
DIVINE!! DIVINE!! DIVINE!! I used 3 porkchops seasoned with garlic salt and pepper. I added minced garlic and mushrooms while I pan fried the porkchops. I kept the same measurements for the wine and heavy cream (only had 3 porkchops), but did add 1 tbsp of flour to the heavy cream before mixing with the wine. Added a few shakes of parmesan cheese, parsley, and thyme to the sauce too. OUTSTANDING!
Substituted Kentucky bourbon/chicken broth for the wine and half & half for the cream. Used flour mixed with sour cream to thicken. I liked the flavour of the sauce, but it didn't knock my socks off! When husband tells me it "is just OK", that means we probably won't be making this again...
Used pineapple juice instead of wine.
This was pretty good. Nice and quick and something different with pork chops and my family liked it with some penne pasta. I doubled the sauce and that was more than enough for the meat and pasta. The only change I made was to press a clove of garlic into the butter before I browned the meat. I like garlic in white sauces, so that was a preference thing.
Tasty and fancy-looking recipe with little time commitment involved—great for busy weeknights. The sauce makes for a tasty dipping sauce for dinner rolls, too! My changes per reviews: doubled the sauce and added the mushrooms with the white wine to allow them to absorb some of the wine’s flavor; added 1 t. parsley, 1 t. thyme, 1 t. basil, ½ t. garlic powder, and ½ t. onion powder to the wine mixture; thickened the sauce by adding flour after removing the chops.
Ooooo how yummy!!!! I had some pork chops and I didn't know what to do with them. This was a total crowd pleaser...didnt change a thing!
This is an awesome recipe, and so SO easy. When substitute minced garlic for the mushrooms and I usually only make two or three chops, but I leave the rest of the ingredients exactly the same and it turns out awesome. The sauce isn't very thick, but I've started mixing most of it into whole wheat cous cous when I make this. It makes the cous cous stick together a bit and gives it an amazing flavor to go with the chops.
My husband loved the sauce!
Made some changes. I used skim milk and left out the mushrooms. I did have to add a little flour to help it thicken. Turned out good.
Tried this the other night and loved it! Next time I will make more sauce though because it was just enough for 4 chops!
This was such a wonderful way to eat pork chops! My husband and I loved it. I did add some parmesan cheese to it though. I also doubled the amount of heavy cream b/c I like lots of sauce.
This was a very good dish. I made a few changes according to what I had on hand and also family preferences. I sauteed fresh mushroom in smart balance. When they were almost done I moved them to the side of the skillet and added boneless medium thickness chops. I sprinkled on s&p, garlic powder, onion powder, thyme and let brown lightly. I decided to double the sauce. As suggested by a reviewer I added apple cider (1 cup) replacing the white wine. Then I added 1 cup of half & half with some corn starch stirred in to it. I stirred everything together and let it thicken, then covered the skillet and let it simmer until the meat was tender. Hubby and 3 teen kids all really liked it, as did I.
Love this recipe!!
This was awesome! I would put 4.5 stars because it could've used more salt, which I will add more next time I make it. This was also very easy to make (and better for you than using a can of condensed cream of mushroom soup). Due to our busy schedule yesterday I decided to try putting this in my slow cooker to finish cooking and be ready to eat when the family came back from a meeting. It turned out great! We didn't even need a knife to cute the pork it was so tender. The only adjustment I made, besides turning it into a slow cooker recipe, is adding a finely chopped onion.
Very good, the pork chops were nice and moist and the sauce was good.
Awesome flavor! My family really enjoyed it!
Loved it...Very Easy to make...I just added parsley, and basil to the the pork chops. I also added garlic & chives to the butter mixture. Came out great :)
An awesome recipe!! Did double the sauce as others recommended & we loved it!
This was so good I can't wait to make it again. I did sub half and half since we were out of heavy cream and it worked great. My sauce was not thin but just right. I will double the sauce next time as I made the recipe as is but with only three pork chops and it wasn't enough. It was the perfect combination and the pork was tender and not dried out. I served with roasted asparagus and white rice. Perfect!
Not bad. But I thought it would have more flavor to it. I added some garlic, lawreys season, onion powder and parsley and it was still on the bland side. I think with some modifications this is a good starting point.
Very good, I added onion and fresh garlic to the mushrooms which I par-cooked in another pan before adding them to the wine. Added some worcestershire sauce tot he pork chops as I was browning them and a bit of seasoning salt to the sauce and thickened it a bit. Served it over egg noodles. I don't generally like pork, but these were good.
This is a great quick and easy dish. I usually cook 2 chops and use 1/2 cup each of cream and wine. I season with garlic salt, meat seasoning and pepper. I also add chopped onions. COVER the chops when cooking in wine! This makes them more tender. I have always served over rice and prefer the thin sauce as it makes the over all dish lighter. When I get to adding the cream...I usually add around another tablespoon of wine and butter depending on what cooked off and depending how much sauce I want on the rice. I will be adding some parsley and basil to try out tonight!
This was pretty good, but I think the chops might come out more tender if you bake them in the oven covered with foil. The cream sauce is fantastic! I made a little extra (used 1 C each wine and 1 C cream/half and half mixture) also thickened with a little flour. Used the extra sauce as gravy for mashed potatoes. I am going to try this again with chicken breast tenderloins!
very nice flavor of sauce..I to added some flour to thicken it up. I also doubled the sauce recipe. I served it over white rice...very good.
This sauce is phenomenally good. I made it as-is and it was runny. Will tweak it next time but my husband could have licked his plate.
Excellent! Only diff was after I browned the chops, I took them out and put the mushrooms and some onions in the pan and cooked them for a few mins. Then I took the 'shrooms out, put the chops back in, added chicken stock in place of wine, and went on thru the recipe from there. I wanted the mushrooms to be fried a bit. It was excellent and really quite a fast recipe, also!!
The sauce is absolutely delicious, with a rich mushroom flavor. I served this with noodles, and next time I will double the sauce. My husband is often noncommital about food, but he really enjoyed this. I'm looking forward to making it again soon.
I loved this recipe. I more than doubled the sauce and used it a couple days later over chicken. Yum! I used 1% milk instead of heavy cream, and added a bit of flour to thicken. Delicious!
THE SAUCE this makes is amazing! SUPER EASY. FOUR stars? The pork was a little dry but everyone here loved it I will make again with a different cut of pork.
This was both super-easy AND delicious!! The sauce had a rich, mushroom-y taste, and all the alcohol burned off, so it tasted more like cream of mushroom than wine sauce. The family really enjoyed this! Will double sauce next time.
I used real butter,a little olive oil, garlic, onion and parsely to fry my pork chops in then added hob nob chardannay, this was absolutely amazing.served with lettuce and yellow raisons. amazing flavor. I did add flour to thicken as the reviews said, glad I did. Its a keeper.
With the exception of using 4 pork chops instead of 8, I made this recipe exactly as stated. It was fantastic! Definitely a keeper.
I really like this. I make a rue with flour like some have suggested and I also add the mushrooms in when I add the wine so they are a bit more flavored. Yummy!
Made this last night, and everyone LOVED it! The pork chops were nice and tender and the sauce was delicious. Next time I make it I will definitely double or even triple the sauce recipe. I just made a couple small changes - first, I used low sodium beef broth because I didn't have any wine. Also I added about 1/4 C finely chopped onion when the chops were almost done browning, and then after I removed the chops I added the mushrooms to the onion and let the veggies saute for a little bit until they were softened, and then added the cream. I didn't have any problems with the sauce thickening, but it did take a little longer than 5 minutes (I just let it boil away and kept stirring). We all practically licked our plates clean - definitely a keeper, and thanks for the great recipe! :)
This was very good (I fed it to a group of 6 guests and they all agreed). The pork chops take more like 15 minutes (rather than 6 minutes) to cook unless you buy "thin cut" pork chops. I also tried the recipe again but with half the butter...it was just as good but I had to cool the pan before adding the whipping cream otherwise the cream just burned right off.
I'm not a big pork chop fan. But...WOW. These were great! My whole family could not get enough of the cream sauce. I will double it next time so there is more to go around.
i love the sauce
Very good, thank you for recipe
Seemed sort of rich but not so very flavourful. We are thinking of trying this recipe again, only cooking it for a longer time and doing it in the oven instead of on the stove. Our chops did not come out very tender.
Delicious recipe. Will make again and again. Sauce is terrific with any protein!
I love the taste of wine. I love the taste of cream. I could taste neither in this sauce. It was the blandest sauce ever. I had so hoped for it to be better.
Made exactly as written. I had 4 big pork chops and the amount of sauce was perfect. Dont understand people who say this sauce has no flavor. The wine and mushrooms give it a great flavor. Will def make again!
Amazing recipe. Delicous
OMG! Delish! My roomate and I literally licked our plates after this one!
What a great dish. I put a little garlic and onion salt on my chops but other than that stuck to the recipe. It was yummy!
Added some onions to the butter. Doubled the sauce, added parsley, thyme and garlic powder to 1/2 and 1/2 (all that I had with some flour to thicken). Husband declared this is a keeper!
This is the absolute BEST pork chop recipe I have EVER tasted!!! My husband LOVES it also! I make this again and again at my house, and every time my husband has his friends over, he requests that I make it then too! Thanks for such a great recipe!!!
My husband and I absolutely loved this recipe. We followed one of the recipes and added thyme, basil and parsley. In fact the second time around - I used it as a pasta sauce and added some fresh cherry tomatoes, green onions and shrimp to the recipe and it turned out delicious! Tonight I am going to cover our pork tenderloin with this YUMMY sauce. Thank you! :)
These weren't bad but really weren't good either. It could have been the wine I used but it is the wine I use for any recipe. they just tasted like a pork chop, nothing better.
I really liked the sauce for these. I used pork loin and added just a spoon full of flour to thicken the sauce and it was awesome. The only mistake I made was not doubling the sauce. It was soooo good that I made another little batch later!
We thought this was OK. My husband and I could both take it or leave it. We are not a huge wine fan so maybe that was the problem.
The recipe was okay, would try one more time.
Smells delicious but not much flavor. Made extra sauce to put over pasta.
Very good. Doubled the sauce and used a little cornstarch to thicken like everyone recommended. Served with garlic mashed and green beans.
This is SO amazingly good. Really easy, too! I did have to adjust my cooking time a bit, but other than that, YUM! We used the sauce over spaghetti noodles as a side -- that was the kids' favorite part!
This was pretty good but nothing special and based on the fact that this is very fattening, I probably won't make it again.
I didn't have any wine so I substituted some orange liqueur I had in the pantry which made it extremely rich and delightful. Clean plates all around.
Fantastic dish!! I just added parsley and some other spices. Add whatever you prefer, it was great!!!
A little too rich for my taste, but my husband loved it. I also used beef buillion instead of wine and I added cornstarch to thicken. Served with egg noodles.
YUMMY!!! So easy too!!
This is an AWESOME dish! I served it for a dinner with friends and they were quite impressed, they had no idea they could love pork chops so much. Will defintiely be adding this to my favorites!
Wowee-wow-wow! These were so delicious! I too used Apple juice instead of wine like another reviewer suggested and it was good. I also added a couple tablespoons flour to the sauce to thicken it up, and cooked the mushrooms in the sauce the whole time. The sauce is so good, I'm racking my brain trying to think of other things I can put it on!!
This recipe was very simple to make and did not require many ingredients. I am not accustomed to cooking with wine, so the taste of the wine I found a little overpowering. Overall a really good dish!
The sauce was great. I used big thick pork chops, so I had to increase the cooking time. It was a guessing game, b/c I wanted to cook them all the way through, but not too much. I think next time I'll just use regular, thinner cuts of meat. And season it more, because while the sauce had great flavor, the meat didn't really.
I made this recipe for my husband who is a very basic eater. He likes his pork chops baked or grilled and that's about it. This recipe made him get seconds! The two of us ate all 6 chops in one night! I love this recipe! I served it with rice and asparagus.
I made this last night and my husband loved it. It was very quick and easy to make. For the wine I used a pinot grigio. Next time I am going to use olive oil instead of butter.
Amazing is an understatement! They are so good and flavorful...Mmmmm, Mmmmm!
This has become an absolute family favorite. I say "Pork Chops in Cream Sauce" and my kids literally start licking their lips. My husband's not quite as obvious, but he looks forward to this meal, too. Like some of the others, I double the amount of sauce, which also tastes wonderful over rice.
One of two of my favorite recipes I've found on here. I forgot to pick up white wine so I substituted rice wine vinegar and a smidge of apple cider vinegar. I sauteed the mushrooms in minced garlic (McCormick minced in canola oil) and olive oil for a good while before adding them to the sauce. I also added a bit of flour to thicken it but will definitely make more next time. There were no leftovers :)
Deeelish! I replaced the wine with 1/2 cup water and 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar. This is a keeper!
Love the flavor, but just as someone stated before, I would make the sauce a little thicker for more consistency. Also, add some shallots, onions, or even green onion/chives will also give it a more richful flavor. Otherwise, I would use this recipe again with my own variation added.
The sauce was a little runny in my opinion. The flavor was wonderful though, so I may just try thickening it up. Good recipe over all.
I've made better mushroom butter cream sauce. I wish I could have found that recipe before wasting the ingredients on this one.
This was amazing! My family looooved it and it was so easy and quick. I served it with minute rice and steamed grean beans. yum!
This sauce was outstanding!!
Not bad, but I had to add a lot of seasoning/spices to this (garlic, pepper, shallots, salt, paprika, cayenne). Maybe it's just my Indian tastebuds, but the original recipe is quite bland. I used sherry and half 'n half because that's what I had on hand (had to thicken with a couple tablespoons of flour). I might try this again, but I'm not sure it's worth the fat and calories.
I tried this recipe with pork but it came out dry as all my pork recipes do. I then used turkey breast and flattened them out with a mallot. It was to die for. This recipe is a keeper.
Loved these, what a fancy yet easy recipe.
These were ok. The sauce was a bit thin for my liking.
My family enjoyed this recipe. I wanted a recipe that did not call for Cream of Mushroom soup, but honestly, it didn't taste any different than when I do use cr of mushroom. It still deserves 4 stars because whether you make your sauce from scratch or used canned soup its a great way to cook pork chops.
This was so yummy! Sometimes I back pork chops with Cream of Mushroom soup so I was really excited to try this one! I would have to say this has so much more of a "mature" and richer taste, it's definitely something I will serve to my friends/family when they come over for dinner. I made a couple changes, I sliced up a pre-marinated pork tenderloin (lemon & garlic flavor) in about 1 inch slices. I used 1 cup of white cooking wine and I just used about 1.5 cups of heavy cream. I also thickened the sauce with flour. Other than that, I followed the recipe directions and this came out AMAZING! My husband is a food snob and is rarely impressed and he was blown away! Also, I cooked some noodle rings for my 13 month old son and strained them. I added some of the sauce w/o the mushrooms to the noodles and he devoured it! Thanks for posting this recipe.
I don't use wine in my house, so substituted an herb and garlic marinade and used 2% milk with corn starch to thicken with a bit of garlic paste and favorite spices. Served with mashed potatoes and mixed veggies. It was a big hit with my kiddos.
Not a bad recipe. Very basic, but one could easily add various spices and/or herbs for different flavore.
A simple classic! Empty plates say it all, but I did heed previous advice and I doubled the sauce, subbed stock for wine, used garlic butter- great:)
Great recipe, great sauce! I did not have to use heavy cream, as we watch our calories, so after cooking the pork in the wine, I removed the meat, added mushrooms and some garlic, and once they were cooked, added about a quarter cup of flour, to make a roux. Then slowly stirred in milk (1% is all we buy) until it was all mixed in and creamy. It turned out great, and I used some parsley and savory because I had some on hand...very good mushroom sauce, which I will use in place of mushroom soup in recipes from now on! Thanks!
OMG, this recipe is to die for! I'm not a huge pork fan but I wanted to make something different for my fiance. I doubled the sauce and added sauted onions with the mushrooms and it came out so tender and delicious. Everyone in my house loved this dish, I will definitely make again over and over. Thanks Christine!